Assyrians, Kurds, and Ottomans: Intercommunal Relations on the Periphery of the Ottoman Empire

by Hirmis Aboona

Table of Contents

Preface


Chapter 1: The Homeland and Origin of the Independent Assyrian Tribes of Tiyari and Hakkari


Chapter 2: Church, State, and Social Life


Chapter 3: The History of the Church of the East Down to the Arrival of the Roman Catholic Missionaries


Chapter 4: Missionaries and Their Impact on the Assyrians


Chapter 5: The Kurdish Settlement in Ancient Assyria


Chapter 6: The Ottoman Reforms


Chapter 7: The Reforms and the People of the Book


Chapter 8: The Beginnings of Centralisation


Chapter 9: Beirakdar and the Achievement of Centralisation


Chapter 10: The Subjection of the Assyrian Tribes in 1843


Chapter 11: Great Britain, the Ottomans, and the Assyrian Tragedy


Chapter 12: Tekhoma: The Last Assyrian Independent Province


Chapter 13: The End of the Kurdish Wars


Chapter 14: Conclusion


Appendices

Bibliography

Index


 

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