Zîn-ə Hördemîr: A Lekî Satirical Verse from Lekistan

@article{Dehqan2008ZnHA,
  title={Z{\^i}n-ə H{\"o}rdem{\^i}r: A Lek{\^i} Satirical Verse from Lekistan},
  author={Mustafa Dehqan},
  journal={Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society},
  year={2008},
  volume={18},
  pages={295 - 309}
}
  • Mustafa Dehqan
  • Published 1 July 2008
  • Linguistics
  • Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society
With the exception of a minor mention, which Sharaf Khān (b.1543) made in the Sharafnāma, the first information about the most southern group of Kurdish tribes in Iranian Kurdistan, the Lek, first became available to modern readers in Bustān al-Sīyāḥa, a geographical and historical Persian text by Shīrwānī (1773–1832). These hitherto unknown Lek communities, were probably settled in north-western and northern Luristan, known as Lekistan, by order of Shāh ‘Abbās, who wished in this way to create… 

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