By Herbert Cushing Tolman
Identify: historical Persian Lexicon and the Texts of the Achaemenidan Inscriptions Transliterated and Translated With specified connection with Their fresh re-assessment, through Herbert Cushing Tolman writer: big apple, Cincinnati [etc.] American publication corporation e-book date: 1908 matters: outdated Persian language previous Persian inscriptions Notes: this is often an OCR reprint. there's typos or lacking textual content. There are not any illustrations or indexes. should you purchase the overall Books version of this e-book you get loose trial entry to Million-Books.com the place you could make a choice from greater than one million books at no cost. you may as well preview the booklet there.
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The role of urban groups and ‘ulama in these activities met important material needs, and also expressed the cultural meanings of family, piety and community, establishing 22 23 A story of cultures and communities personal links of power, intimacy, conﬂict or co-operation between religious specialists and the wider community. These links played a part in family and neighbourhood life and popular culture. They were formative cultural inﬂuences on behaviour, expressing concerns with prosperity, respectability, power and survival.
The hostility of some ‘ulama and tullab to such initiatives revealed potential conﬂict between religious and non-religious world-views and interests, while interaction between them was evident in others who combined critical thinking rooted in Shi’ism with these newer inﬂuences. The question of whether cultural innovation might threaten, alter or support established ideas and practices, including their religious features, was itself now part of their culture, as it remained throughout the twentieth century.
For the 70 per cent of Iranians who were rural cultivators and the 13–15 per cent who were artisans or traders, continuity in these areas was a key feature of their experience. The ‘religious’ and the ‘social’ This said, some signiﬁcant changes can be recognised. Foreign and local entrepreneurs, supported from the 1920s by state policy and monopolies in areas of trade and manufacture, stimulated industrial and commercial activity employing modern wage labour and sometimes new technology. 41 From the later nineteenth century, private and government sponsorship of new forms of education, and the work of two generations of reformers, laid the foundations for a new intelligentsia and ‘white collar’ class whose growth was accelerated by the demands of a modernising state from the 1920s.