Karamanlıca Sıhhetin Sırrı Adlı Eser Üzerine Dil İncelemesi
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The Karamanlides are Orthodox Christians who lived in Anatolia and spoke Turkish,which they wrote by using the Greek letters. These people that lived in Anatolia until thebeginning of the twentieth century were sent to Greece in 1924 in accordance with therelated article of the Treaty of Lausanne, which is population exchange between Greeceand Turkey.The Karamanlides left a lot of written works in Anatolia. In this study, Sıhhetin Sırrı(1912), one of these written works, is analysed in terms of writing and language features.