Multiplication, Translocation and Adaptation: Ṣarī Ṣaltūq’s Multiple Embodied Localities Throughout the Balkans

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Abstract

According to the Tuffāḥ al-arwāḥ, written around 715/1315, the historical Sarı Saltuq (alternatively, Sarı Saltıq, d. 697/1297), one of the most extraordinary dervish-saints of the Balkans, was affiliated with both the Rifāʿi and the Ḥaydarī Sufi orders, groups of dervishes who rejected the commonly accepted norms of Muslim piety and were known for their miraculous deeds. This and later accounts about Sarı Saltuq, which associate him with other Sufi communities, especially the Bektāshī and the Saʿdī, provide further insights into the dramatic embellishments that enrich the multi-layered cycles of legends about his myriad miracles, including the ability to ‘wear’ and adopt the identities of other saints. His miraculous ability to have multiple embodiments in life multiplied in death. This enabled him to become associated with various Sufi meeting places, mausolea, and memorial places throughout Eastern Europe, especially in Albania, Dobruja, Herzegovina, Thrace, and the Sanjak of Ohrid, religious border areas where Christianity and Islam meet.
OriginalspracheEnglisch
TitelConstructing and Contesting Holy Places in Medieval Islam and Beyond
Redakteure*innenAndreas Görke, Mattia Guidetti
ErscheinungsortLeiden and Boston
Herausgeber (Verlag)Brill
Kapitel9
Seiten221-256
Seitenumfang35
Band200
ISBN (elektronisch)978-90-04-52532-0
ISBN (Print)978-90-04-52531-3
DOIs
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 22 Feb. 2023

Publikationsreihe

ReiheIslamic History and Civilization
Band200

ÖFOS 2012

  • 603905 Islam
  • 605002 Kulturgeschichte
  • 603221 Spirituelle Theologie
  • 603110 Metaphysik

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