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Documentary studies in the history of the modern Kurds and their civilization

Documentary studies in the history of the modern Kurds and their civilization

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These studies deal with aspects of the history of the Kurds in the modern era, relying mostly on unpublished documents or unemployed studies in previous studies on the same subject, including what is in the Ottoman archives, including what is in the Egyptian archives, and some that depend on local documents and texts. Written by historians of the Kurds and others. There are studies dealing with the mysterious periods of the history of the three Kurdish emirates: the Japanese, the Syrian, and the Badinan, especially those periods that witnessed the early stages of their establishment. Some studies of the book also specialized in the cultural aspect of the response. There was a study that dealt with the analysis of their image in (One Thousand and One Nights), and two studies dealt with the situation in their country through two trips undertaken by two prominent Turkish travelers, in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. who spent years in Kurdistan.
In the book, there is also a study on the early era of the Kurds with heavy artillery, and it shows that Kurdistan witnessed, since the early era of the invention of this important weapon, the establishment of factories for it. A study of a manuscript composed by an Arab writer, probably Mawsili, who lived in the nineteenth century contains important data on a number of Kurdish tribes in Syria and Mesopotamia.



Information about the book:
Number of pages: 626 pages
Size: 17 * 24 cm
Weight: 1110 gr
Book Cover: Plain Cardboard
Publishing house: Dar Al-Zaman for printing, publishing and distribution



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Kurds - Studies - Study - Documentary - Kurds - Hadith - and their Civilization


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