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Qustan492;
Vigil of the Godbearer;
Documentation of the Beth Qustan Dialect of the Central Neo-Aramaic language, Turoyo;
Qustan492;
Vigil of the Godbearer

ContributorIsa Oeztas
Date2016-09-05
dc.date.accessioned2021-07-25T09:57:55Z
dc.date.available2021-07-25T09:57:55Z
IdentifierIPF0244
Identifierhttps://lat1.lis.soas.ac.uk/ds/asv?openpath=MPI1050422%2523
Identifieroai:soas.ac.uk:MPI1050422
dc.identifier.urihttps://linghub.org/handle/123456789/1025242
DescriptionIsa tells us that many people, both Muslims and Christians, would attend Vigil of the Godbearer. They would celebreate it together with dancing all night in its lands.
DescriptionThe Beth Qustan dialect of the Central Neo-Aramaic, Turoyo, which is the language of Tur 'Abdin, South Eastern Turkey, with an estimated 20 families remaining in the village.This project will document socio-cultural practices of the Turoyo speaking community in Tur 'Abdin, focusing on vernacular tales, particularly those that demonstrate cultural interaction between Muslims and Christians, including Muslim visitations to the shrines of Christian saints, and consultation of soothsayers by Christians.
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DescriptionIsa was born in the village of Beth Qustan in 1948 and immegrated to Germany in 1979.
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PublisherSOAS, University of London
PublisherMikael Oez
SubjectNarrative
SubjectTuroyo
SubjectEnglish
TitleDocumentation of the Beth Qustan Dialect of the Central Neo-Aramaic language, Turoyo
TitleQustan492
TitleVigil of the Godbearer
TypeImage
TypeVideo
TypeAudio
dcterms.contributorIsa Oeztas
dcterms.coverageGermany
dcterms.date2016-09-05
dcterms.descriptionIsa tells us that many people, both Muslims and Christians, would attend Vigil of the Godbearer. They would celebreate it together with dancing all night in its lands.
dcterms.descriptionThe Beth Qustan dialect of the Central Neo-Aramaic, Turoyo, which is the language of Tur 'Abdin, South Eastern Turkey, with an estimated 20 families remaining in the village.This project will document socio-cultural practices of the Turoyo speaking community in Tur 'Abdin, focusing on vernacular tales, particularly those that demonstrate cultural interaction between Muslims and Christians, including Muslim visitations to the shrines of Christian saints, and consultation of soothsayers by Christians.
dcterms.description...
dcterms.descriptionIsa was born in the village of Beth Qustan in 1948 and immegrated to Germany in 1979.
dcterms.formatapplication/pdf
dcterms.formatvideo/mp4
dcterms.formatimage/jpeg
dcterms.formattext/x-eaf+xml
dcterms.formattext/x-pfsx+xml
dcterms.formataudio/x-wav
dcterms.identifierIPF0244
dcterms.identifierhttps://lat1.lis.soas.ac.uk/ds/asv?openpath=MPI1050422%2523
dcterms.identifieroai:soas.ac.uk:MPI1050422
dcterms.publisherSOAS, University of London
dcterms.publisherMikael Oez
dcterms.subjectNarrative
dcterms.subjectTuroyo
dcterms.subjectEnglish
dcterms.titleDocumentation of the Beth Qustan Dialect of the Central Neo-Aramaic language, Turoyo
dcterms.titleQustan492
dcterms.titleVigil of the Godbearer
dcterms.typeImage
dcterms.typeVideo
dcterms.typeAudio
CoverageGermany


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