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Orkhon is the earliest attested Turkic language, spoken by the Göktürks (Uyghurs) in the 7th to 13th centuries CE. It is a direct predecessor of the Chagatai and Uyghur languages.
7th to 10th century Orkhon inscriptions in Mongolia and the Yenisey basin (Orkhon Turkic, or Old Turkic proper)
9th to 13th century Uyghur manuscripts from Xinjiang (Old Uyghur), in various scripts including Orkhon and Brahmi, the Manichaean, Syriac and Uyghur alphabets, treating religious (Buddhist and Manichaean), legal, literary, folkloric and astrologic material as well as personal correspondence.
The Qarakhanid corpus (11th century Qarakhanid manuscripts, mostly written in Arabic script) includes a 6,500 couplet poem, Qutaδγu bilig "Wisdom that brings good fortune", an Arabic-Turkic dictionary and Mahmud al-Kashgari's "Compendium of the Turkic dialects". Also classified as "Middle Turkic".
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