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Kocboynuzu-Ram's horn Turkish

Koç Boynuzu – Ram’s Horn

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Description of Koç Boynuzu - Ram's Horn

The Koç Boynuzu Ram’s Horn motif is frequently employed on carpets and kilims as a symbol of power, bravery, etc. The ram’s horn represents masculinity, masculine fertility, power, and heroism with its unfailing strength. The lady who has woven this design is wishing for a partner who will be strong in all ways and whose strength will stand the test of time. It served as the national emblem of the Turkish States that were established in Central Asia. The Hittite, Phrygian, Urartu, Artuqid, and Seljuk civilizations all often used the ram motif. This design was inspired by the helix, a symbol of eternity. 

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