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$48 Publications / The Ethno-Linguistic Character of Northwestern Iran and Kurdistan in the Neo-Assyrian Period by Ran Zadok
The Ethno-Linguistic Character of Northwestern Iran and Kurdistan in the Neo-Assyrian Period

With recent progress in related subjects such as Hurrian and Kassite onomastics, this book provides a timely examination of the ethno-linguistic character of northwest Iran and adjacent regions.

Pages: 164
Year: 2002
Language(s): English
ISBN: 965-7162-08-4


Table of Contents

  • Manea and Adjacent Regions
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    • Mannea 'proper' \t
        \t\t
      • Geographical extent and toponymy \t\t
      • Prosopography and anthroponymy \t
      \t
    • On the Mannean-Urartian border \t
    • Wisdis \t
        \t\t
      • Geographical extent and toponymy \t\t
      • Prosopography and anthroponymy \t
      \t
    • Regions and settlements situated south of Lake Urmia \t
    • Zig / k / qirtu \t
        \t\t
      • Geographical extent and toponymy \t\t
      • Prosopography and anthroponymy \t
      \t
    • Andia \t
        \t\t
      • Geographical extent and toponymy \t\t
      • Prosopography and anthroponymy \t
      \t
    • Missi \t
        \t\t
      • Geographical extent and toponymy \t\t
      • Prosopography and anthroponymy \t
      \t
    • Kumurdu \t
        \t\t
      • Geographical extent and toponymy \t\t
      • Prosopography and anthroponymy \t
      \t
    • Surikas and environs \t
    • Har(ra)na \t
        \t\t
      • Related places \t\t
      • Prosopography and anthroponymy \t
      \t
    • Allab/pria \t
        \t\t
      • Geographical extent and toponymy \t\t
      • Prosopography and anthroponymy \t
      \t
    • Adjacent regions \t
        \t\t
      • Surd / ta (or Padda / Patta) \t\t
      • Karalla \t\t
      • Other \t
      \t
    • Linguistic analysis of the anthroponymy \t
    • Linguistic analysis of the toponymy
  • Parsua and Environs
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    • Explicitly in Parsua \t
        \t\t
      • Parsua 'proper' \t\t
          \t\t\t
        • Geographical extent and toponymy (with Table 1: Iranian regions in Tiglath-Pileser II's summary inscriptions) \t\t\t
        • Prosopography and anthroponymy \t\t
        \t\t
      • Surgadia \t\t
      • Niksamma \t\t
      • B/Pusta \t\t
          \t\t\t
        • Geographical extent and toponymy \t\t\t
        • Prosopography extent and toponymy \t\t
        \t\t
      • Mentioned in other sources as well \t\t
          \t\t\t
        • Taurlu \t\t\t
        • Hundur \t\t\t
        • Kibarus \t\t\t
        • Kinuku \t\t
        \t\t
      • Petty states which might have been situated in northwest Media, including Parsua \t\t
          \t\t\t
        • Babaruru \t\t\t
        • Harmisandu \t\t\t
        • Parsana \t\t\t
        • Kipabarutaka \t\t\t
        • Ustassa \t\t\t
        • Gingibir \t\t\t
        • Arima \t\t\t
        • Wila \t\t\t
        • Kingistilenzah \t\t\t
        • Masiraus \t\t\t
        • Luksa \t\t\t
        • Dimama \t\t\t
        • Simguri \t\t\t
        • Abdana \t\t\t
        • Asati \t\t\t
        • Ginzina \t\t\t
            \t\t\t\t
          • Geographical extend and toponymy \t\t\t\t
          • Prosopography and anthroponymy \t\t\t
          \t\t\t
        • Kindutaus \t\t\t
        • Dag(?)ru \t\t\t
        • Zuzarura \t\t\t
        • Gingirda \t\t\t
        • Nanitum \t\t
        \t\t
      • Adjacent regions \t\t
      • Linguistic analysis of the anthroponymy \t\t
      • Linguistic analysis of the toponymy \t
  • Etc.