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Typology of the Trading Companies Owned By the Merchants of New Julfa

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I would like to express my gratitude to my colleague and friend Arline Abdolion for sponsoring my trip to the Second Biennial Conference on Iranian Studies (Bethesda, Maryland, May 22-24, 1998), at which this paper was presented The questions discussed in it were first raised in my monograph "The Armenian Merchants of New Julfa and Their Commercial and Economic Ties with Russia In the XVII-XVIII Centuriea" (in Armenian, published in Yerevan In 1988).

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