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Conflict, coexistence, and cooperation: Muslims and Zoroastrians in eastern Iran during the medieval period

Title:Conflict, coexistence, and cooperation: Muslims and Zoroastrians in eastern Iran during the medieval period
Author:Choksy, Jamsheed K.
Publication:The Muslim World / Hartford
Enumeration:Vol.80, Iss. 3-4; pg. 213, Jul. 1990
Abstract:Patterns of conflict, coexistence and cooperation between Muslims and Zoroastrians in eastern Iran from 650-1250 AD are examined. In reconstructing history, one need not be deterred by a lack of comparative sources to gain a realistic account of the past.

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