Qajar Persia: Eleven Studies
Tauris, 1987 - Iran - 341 pages
This book gathers for the first time Professor Lambton's essays, the fruits of more than thirty years of scholarship, into one volume. Together they provide an unparalleled introduction to Pesia's crucial early confrontation with the modern age.
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Qajar is not a Persian dynasty. You should change your title in next edition. seeing the title the authenticity of your search is questionable.
The Qājār dynasty I
Land tenure and land revenue administration
Persian society under the Qājārs
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