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Some Laki Demons

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The Laks are a West Iranian ethnic group linguistically closely related to the Lurs and the Kurds. They mainly inhabit the provinces of Luristan, Kirmanshah, Ilam, and Hamadan in the Islamic Republic of Iran, as well as Kirkuk and Khanaqin in Iraq. The paper presents some imaginary figures from the folk beliefs of the Laks, recorded by the author within the framework of a larger project on the ethnography and folklore of the Laks.

Affiliations: 1: State University of Borujerd

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2008-12-01
2016-08-25

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