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This appendix section briefly talks about Ch. VIII: Mesopotamia, (1916); presents the song of Qadam Khayr; and discusses the Dunsterville Mission. Edmonds hires a learned man to teach him the local language (Lurish); he wants to know everything, to understand affiliation and genealogy in tribal families; he writes down a local popular song about an extraordinary woman (Qadam Khayr).

Keywords: Dunsterville Mission; Mesopotamia; Qadam Khayr



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