Book

Tribes of Iran

Human Relations Area FilesNew Haven, Conn. • Published In 1988 • Pages: ii, 158 leaves

By: Amān AllāhĪ Bahārvand, Sikandar.

Abstract
This document is a description of the Lur tribal divisions and geographical distribution in the heavily populated provinces of Luristan, Bakhtiari, Kuh Gilu, Boir Ahmed, and Fars Provinces (Mamasani District), Iran. In addition to the detailed information on the Lur tribal locations in each of the above provinces, the author also provides background data on the etymology of the term 'Lur', the language of the Lur people, their ethnic affiliation, and culture history.
Subjects
Identification
Location
History
Settlement patterns
Lineages
Tribe and nation
culture
Lur
HRAF PubDate
2000
Region
Middle East
Sub Region
Middle East
Document Type
Book
Evaluation
Ethnologist-4,5
Analyst
John Beierle ; 2005
Coverage Date
not specified
Coverage Place
Luristan, Bakhtiari, Kuh Gilu, Boir Ahmed, and Fars Provinces (Mamasani District), Iran
Notes
Sekandar Amanolahi
v. 1. The tribes of Luristan, Bakhtiari, Kuh Gilu, and Mamasani
Includes bibliographical references (v. 1, leaves 153-158)
LCCN
88202583
LCSH
Lur (Iranian people)/Ethnology--Iran/Tribes--Iran/Iran--Social life and customs