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Get this from a library! Iran's diverse peoples: a reference sourcebook. [Massoume Price] -- Examines the origins and histories of the diverse people of Iran across 5, years, from the earliest times to . Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Iran's Diverse Peoples: A Reference Sourcebook (Ethnic Diversity Within Nations) at Read /5(3). From ancient civilizations of B.C. to the election of President Mohammad Khatami five millennia later, Iran's history is a rich palette of conquests, invasions, occupations, and revolutions. Iran's Diverse Peoples: A Reference Sourcebook documents for the first time the major ethnic groups that emerged during each era and traces their evolution to the present day. Iran's Diverse Peoples: A Reference Sourcebook documents for the first time the major ethnic groups that emerged during each era and traces their evolution to the present day/5(3).
Iran's Diverse Peoples: A Reference Sourcebook documents for the first time the major ethnic groups that emerged during each era and traces their evolution to the present day. Written by a social anthropologist educated in Iran and England, this analysis presents vital statistics on the Persians, Kurds, Turks, Lurs, Assyrians, Arabs, /5(3). کتابآنلاین کتابخانهی مجازی رایگان و طبقهبندیشدهایست از پیدیافهای فارسی. In southwestern Iran, roughly km ( mi) south of the capital city of Tehran, and some 70 km (40 mi) northeast of Shiraz, a cultivated plain gives way to the Zagros Mountains. At the transition between flat land and rugged mountain, at the base of Kuh-i-Rahmat, or "Mountain of Mercy," lies Persepolis. Founded around B.C. by Darius the. Article 13 of the Iranian Constitution, recognizes them as People of the Book and they are granted the right to exercise religious freedom in Iran.   Five of the seats in parliament are reserved for each of these three religions.
Tell me about your next book, the classic Sketches of Persia by Sir John Malcolm.. This book I like a great deal. These days it is quite difficult to get hold of but it is out there! It is the memoirs of Sir John Malcolm, a British officer who was among the first diplomats in Iran in the early 19th century to sign a treaty of alliance between the then king and George III. Iran is a multiethnic, multicultural society as a result of millennia of migration and conquest. It is perhaps easiest to speak of the various ethnic groups in the country in terms of their first language. Approximately half of the population speaks Persian and affiliated dialects as their primary language. The rest of the population speaks. Iran is a multiethnic, multicultural and multilingual country. Persians (Farsis), Azerbaijanis (Azerbaijani Turks), Kurds, Arabs, Loris, Beluchies and Turkomans have lived in Iran for thousands of years. Until the s, they all retained and promoted their unique culture, history and language, without harming each other's identities. However, the inception of the Pahlavi dynasty's supremacist. Laura Secor: Six Essential Books on Iran. By Laura Seco r. J and is working on a book about Iran, not only to Iran’s contemporary history and the struggles of its people Author: Laura Secor.