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Abstract


The History and Today of Erzurum Libraries
The library is a social institution in which information resources are gathered, these resources are classified and protected according to a certain system and presented to the user with various services. In this regard, the library is one of the most important institutions in the education and development of the society and the individual. According to the information and documents obtained from the excavations and researches, the history of library dates back to 4000 BC. Archaeological excavations and records prove that these institutions, dating back to the past, are also found in Anatolia. Erzurum, one of the oldest settlements in Anatolia, has also included libraries in the reconstruction activities that began with the conquest of the Turks. In the Ottoman Empire, library services were carried out through foundations. These libraries first appeared in institutions such as mosques, tombs, madrasa and islamic monastery and then, independent library buildings were built and library services were started to be provided in the foundations. Library services continued until the declaration of the Republic in this way. The subject of this study is the history of Erzurum libraries extending from the Seljuk times to Ilkhanids to the Ottomans and finally to the present day Turkey. In this study, the documentary screening method was used, and assessments were made in accordance with the sources reached.

Keywords
Erzurum, library, book, Erzurum libraries



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