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Review Article: The Yezidi Religion

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The article presents a detailed discussion of several key issues concerning the essentials of the Yezidi identity―the Yezidi religion, particularly the folk pantheon and the conceptions of divinity, based upon the analysts of the recent monograph by Garnik S. Asatrian and Victoria Arakelova.

Affiliations: 1: Former UN High Commissioner for Refugees in Kabul, Salzburg

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2014-08-21
2018-09-19

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