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East and West of Zagros : Travel, War and…
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East and West of Zagros : Travel, War and Politics in Persia and Iraq,… (2010)

by C. J. Edmonds

Other authors: Yann Richard (Editor)

Series: Iran Studies (4)

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The beginnings of British interests in Persia and Turkish Arabia (the modern Iraq) can be traced back to the days of the merchant adventurers of the Muscovy and Levant Companies, and we read of trade missions to Isfahan and of English Consuls at Baghdad and Basra in the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.
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