A Yezidi Manuscript:—Mišūr of P’īr Sīnī Bahrī/P’īr Sīnī Dārānī, Its Study and Critical Analysis

@article{Pirbari2019AYM,
  title={A Yezidi Manuscript:—Mi{\vs}ūr of P’īr Sīnī Bahrī/P’īr Sīnī Dārānī, Its Study and Critical Analysis},
  author={Dimitri V. Pirbari and Nodar Z. Mossaki and Mirza Sileman Yezdin},
  journal={Iranian Studies},
  year={2019},
  volume={53},
  pages={223 - 257}
}
Yezidi mišūrs are one of the rarest written sources on the history and religion of the Yezidis. The special value of mišūrs is that Yezidism is characterized mainly by the oral transmission of religious tradition. The article provides an overview and a description of the four versions of Mišūr of P’īr Sīnī Bahrī/P’īr Sīnī Dārānī (Mişûr of Pîr Sînî Behrî/Pîr Sînî Daranî), one of which is thought to be produced in 604/1207 or 1208, making it one of the earliest sources of Yezidi history and… 
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