The Abkhazians: A Handbook
Routledge, 19 nov. 2013 - 256 pagina's
This handbook provides a ready introduction and practical guide to the Abkhazian people and language. It includes chapters written by experts in the field, covering all aspects of the people, including their history, religion, politics, economy, culture, literature and media, plus pictures, chronologies and appendices of up-to-date statistics, maps and bibliographies.
This volume forms part of the Peoples of the Caucasus series which is an indispensable - and accessible - resource to all those with an interest in the Caucasus: journalists, aid workers, regional specialists in government, law, banking, accounting, as well as tourists, business people, students and academics.
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Abkhazia is, depending on who you talk to, an area in western Georgia (the nation, not the US state), or an independent country. It was the Soviet Riveira, Stalin's favorite holiday spot and home to ... Volledige review lezen
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Lots of information, but not entirely trustable: In case you are not already familiar with Abkhazia, let me give a very brief summary of its current situation. Abkhazia (or Abkhazeti to Georgians, or ... Volledige review lezen
1 Geography and the environment
2 Origin of the Abkhazian people
3 On the track of Abkhazias antiquity
12 Literature linguistic politics
13 Art handicrafts architecture
16 Ethnic culture