Sari Saltik

Sari Saltik (Turkish: Sarı Saltuk, Ottoman Turkish: صارى صالتق‎ Ṣarı̊ Ṣaltı̊q, also referred as Sari Saltuk Baba or Dede) (d. 1297/1298) was a 13th-century semi-legendary Turkish dervish, venerated as a saint by the Bektashis in the Balkans and parts of Middle East.

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