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I Zaza (conosciûi cómme Kirmanc, Kird ò Dimili ascì[1]) són 'n pòpolo ch'o vîve inta Tùrchia òrientâle (Anatòlia), in mòddo particolâ inte provìnse de Tunceli e Bingöl[1]. A léngoa parlâ da quésta popolaçión a l'è o zazaki. Tanti Zaza se conscìderan comme cùrdi e són descrîti da quarche studiôzo comme parte de l'etnìa cùrda[2].

Stöia

Nòtte

  1. 1,0 1,1 Asatrian, 1995
  2. Kehl-Bodrogi, Krisztina (October 1999), "Kurds, Turks, or a People in their own Right? Competing Collective Identities Among the Zazas", The Muslim World, 89 (3–4): 439–454, doi:10.1111/j.1478-1913.1999.tb02757.x

Bibliografîa

  • Eastmond, Anthony (2010), Royal Imagery in Medieval Georgia, Penn State Press
  • Werner E. (2017) Rivers and Mountains A Historical, Applied Anthropological and Linguistical Study of the Zaza People of Turkey including an Introduction to Applied Cultural Anthropology
  • Lutwig Paul, "Zazaki", Gernot Windfuhr, Iranian Languages, Routledge, 2012, Chapter Nine.
  • V. Minorsky, Daylam-La Domination des Dailamites, Paris, 1932
  • Blau, Gurani et Zaza in R. Schmitt, ed., Compendium Linguarum Iranicarum, Wiesbaden, 1989, 3-88226-413-6, pp. 336–40

Âtri progètti

Colegaménti estèrni

  • (EN) Garnik S. Asatrian, DIMLĪ, Encyclopædia Iranica, VI/4, 1995, pp. 405-411. URL consultòu o 24 seténbre 2021.
  • (ZAZTRDEEN) Zazaki, in sce zazaki.de. URL consultòu o 24 seténbre 2021.
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