Iran and the Caucasus 11 (2007) Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2007 DOI: 10.1163/157338407X265595 I N T H E F O R T H C O M I N G I S S U E S 1. Kurdish and Armenian 2. The Armenian Tats (An Ethno-linguistic Survey) 3. The Date of the Derbend Fortification Complex (6th Century A.D.) 4. Autonomous State in Iran: Shah ‘Abbas the Great (1587-1629) 5. Political Islam In Iraqi Kurdistan 6. Iran’s Contribution to Democracy, Human Rights and the Rights of Women 7. An Islamic View on Caesarean Childbirth as Reflected in Visual Arts 8. “The Song of Balance”: A Qur’anic Motif in the Yezidi Religious Tradition 9. Verbal Negation in the Baxtiyārī Dialect: A Typological Study 10. Naqshbandiyya Golden Chain in an 18th Century Miniature from Kashmir (Matenadaran Collection) 11. A Look at the History of Iranian Dance: The Qajar Royal Court Dance as Reflected in Visual Arts 12. The Role of Muḥammad-Ḥuseyn Asadov in Popularising the Arabic Literature in Dagestan 13. The “Caucasian War” (1817-1864) in the Popular Mind of the Inhabi- tants of Adyghea and Krasnodar Region 14. Armenian Women in Pre-Constitutional Iran: The Traditional Style Life and the New Era 15. The Demography of the Armenian Population of Ereis, the Vilayet of Van 16. Mythes de foundation et lieux de mémoire de L’Arménie prechré- tienne (II) 17. Essays on Demonology (I) 18. Armenia and Iran: The Bullae from Artaxata
Iran and the Caucasus – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2007
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