Tats



ETHNONYMS: none


See also Mountain Jews

Bibliography

A kiner, Shirin (1986). Islamic Peoples of the Soviet Union: An Historical and Statistical Handbook. 2nd ed., 239-243. London: KPI.


Bennigsen, Alexandre, and S. Enders Wimbush (1986). Muslims of the Soviet Empire: A Guide, 220-222. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.


Griunberg, A. L. (1963). Iazyk Severoazerbaidzhanskikh Tatov (The language of the North Azerbaijan Tats). Leningrad.


Kovalevsky, M. M. (1888). "Zametki o iuridicheskom byte tatov" (Remarks on the juridical life of the Tats). In Trudy Etnograficheskogo otdela Imperatorskogo obshchestva liubitelei estestvoznaniia, antropologii i etnografii pri Moskovskom Universitete (Proceedings of the Ethnographic Division of the Imperial Society of Lovers of the Natural Sciences, Anthropology, and Ethnography at Moscow University). Vol. 8. Moscow.


Kurdov, K. M. (1913). "Taty Shemakhinskogo uezda Bakinskoi gubernii" (The Tats of the Shemakhinsky District of the Bakinsky Province). Russkii Antropologichesii Zhurnal (Moscow), nos. 1-2.


Liushkevich, F. L. (1971). "Termin Tat kak etnonim v Srednei Azii, Irane i Zakavkaz'e" (The term "Tat" as an ethnonym in Central Asia, Iran, and Transcaucasia). Sovetskaia Etnografiia 3.


Miller, B. V. (1929). Taty, ikh rasselenie i govory (The Tats, their settlements and dialects). Baku.

NATALIA G. VOLKOVA (Translated by David Testen)

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