Ethno-Religious Communities: To the Problem of Identity Markers

in Iran and the Caucasus
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Abstract

The paper focuses on the phenomenon of ethno-religiousness and, particularly, on the process of the formation of ethno-religious communities. In the spotlight of the research is the Yezidi identity—the stages of its formation from the new syncretic mentality, initially exclusively with the religious vector, and later having acquired the drive to ethnicity. The similar processes can be traced in other cases of ethno-religious identities, e.g., the Mandaeans and the Druzes, both cases being used as comparative material.

Ethno-Religious Communities: To the Problem of Identity Markers

in Iran and the Caucasus

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