The Sharafnama, or, The history of the Kurdish nation, / Sharaf al-Dîn Bitlîsî ; English translation and commentaries by M.R. Izady = Hāz̲ā al-kitāb. Although primarily a dynastic history, there is little doubt that the Sharafnama stands as the single most important work on the Kurdish nation and its history. The Sharafnama, or, The history of the Kurdish nation, Responsibility: Sharaf al-Dîn Bitlîsî ; English translation and commentaries by M.R. Izady = Hāz̲ā.
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Sharaf Beg Bedlisi Kurdish: InSharafkhan abandons his previous stand, and supports the Ottomans in their war against the Iraniansoffering them soldiers. The Persian Expedition Xenophon.
The Immortal Emperor Donald M. The Khutba is a religious invacation pronounced at the Friday day prayers meeting that mentions the Prophetthe first four caliphs and the current rulers. No End of Conflict Yossi Alpher. As he turned 53, Sharafkhan gave the authority of his dynasty to his son Shamsaddin Bag Abu Alma’ali.
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The second part lists dynasties that have had coin struck and the khutba recited in their names. Arachne marked it as to-read Aug 18, Part of a series on Kurdish history and Kurdish culture.
Kellystuart7 marked it as to-read Mar 17, In the pages of the Sharafnama are present the Kurdish nation, already unified years ago within a common culture, national ethos, a defined homeland and an integrated history stretching into antiquity.
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From Sharxfnama, the free encyclopedia. Views Read Edit View history. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. In Tahmasb of the Safavids gives him the title the Mir of Mirs ” commander of commanders ” ; appoints him leader of all Iranian Kurdish tribes. Veronica marked it as to-read Sep 14, Born in the Garmrood village, in central Iran, between Arak and Shatafnamaat a young age he was sent to the Safavid’s court and obtained his education there.
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The first one deals with the five Kurdish dynasties that have enjoyed status as royalty Saltant: