The Modern Assyrians of the Middle East: Encounters with Western Christian missions, archaeologists, and colonial power
BRILL, 25/05/2000 - 304 من الصفحات
As "Assyrians" members of this religio-linguistic minority have either been romanticized for gallantry and integrity, or have been portrayed as rebellious and mischievous. This study covers - as summed up by its subtitle - some of the unexplored aspects of this history.
ما يقوله الناس - كتابة مراجعة
لم نعثر على أي مراجعات في الأماكن المعتادة.
I NESTORIANS CHALDEANS SYRIANS ARAMEANS ASSYRIANS
II EARLY BEGINNINGS
III MISSIONARIES KURDS AND CHRISTIANS
IV MISSION TO AZERBAYJAN
V THE POWERS KURDS AND CHRISTIANS
VI THE CALM AND THE STORM
VII IN EXILE
طبعات أخرى - عرض جميع المقتطفات
American missionaries Anatolia ancient Assyrians Arab Aramaic Arameans Armenians Assyrian Church Azerbayjan Badger Baghdad became Bible bishops Britain Catholic Church Chaldeans Christ Coakley Consult Council Dhimmis dialects early Eastern Christians England evangelical faith frontier Grant Greek Hakkari Ibid Iraq Iraqi government Islam Jacobites Jesus Jewish Jews journal Justin Perkins Kurdish Kurdish chiefs Kurdish tribes Kurdistan Kurds land language Layard League of Nations London mandatory Mar Dinkha Mar Dinkha IV Mar Shamun Mesopotamia Middle East millet minorities Missionary Herald Mosul Mosul Commission mountains Muslim nationalists Nestorian Church Nestorian patriarch Nestorius nineteenth century Nineveh Nurallah Official Ottoman Empire Parliamentary Papers patriarch Perkins Permanent Mandates Commission Persian Persian government political population protection province referred refugees region religion religious Roman Catholic Russian Sasanian settlement Studies Syriac Christianity Syrian Orthodox Tabriz Tehran territory tion treaty Turkey Turkish Turks Urmiyah vilayet vilayet of Mosul villages Western wrote York