Dede Korkut epics are considered one of the most invaluable scripts in that they reflect the daily routines, belief system, customs and traditions of old Turkic communities. “Boğaç Khan, The Son of Dirse Khan” is one of the unique Dede Korkut stories in that sense. As the literature demonstrates, “Boğaç Khan, The Son of Dirse Khan” is known to have been written both in Dresden and Vatican manuscripts of Dede Korkut. Describing how brave Boğaz Khan was and how he took his name, the study was designed to make up a wholeness while it involved a single plot and setting throughout the story. The study involved the parts of abstract, the Stages of miniature composition, main characters, other characters, selected scenes illustrated and the description of the theme of those scenes, figures used, setting and mood, clothing and objects used along with their detailed descriptions and illustrations.
The reflection of the plot in tiles, dying and presentation stages have also been described along with the visuals and the range of the techniques used in the composition formation of the story based on the backgrounds as well as the color choices have been demonstrated. The final part of the study involves the visuals of the glazed form of the design.
Key Words: Dede Korkut, Bogaç Khan, miniature, tile arts, design