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Girr (Tel) Keppe, one of the largest Kurdish-Chaldean Catholic towns in Mesopotamia, is located in the Ninawa Governorate in less than 8 miles North East of Mosul (Nineveh) in Southern Kurdistan.

Girr (Tel) Keppe, one of the largest Kurdish-Chaldean Catholic towns in Mesopotamia, is located in the Ninawa Governorate in less than 8 miles North East of Mosul (Nineveh) in Southern Kurdistan.

Kurdische Frauen, fotografiert von Antoin Sevruguin. Frühes 19. Jahrhundert.

Antoin Sevruguin 30 Kurdish girls - Kurds - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Constantinople - Types KURDES - Kurdish - Max Fruchtermann No.8.

Armenian Kurdish Relations in the Era of Kurdish National Movements

بائع التمر (التمار)فيسوق العشار البصرة 1915

بائع التمر (التمار)فيسوق العشار البصرة 1915

Bejeweled Chaldean women of Tel Keppe near Mosul (northern Iraq).  Early 20th century.  Tel Keppe historically was the center of the (Assyrian) Chaldean Catholic community of Iraq.

Bejeweled Chaldean women of Tel Keppe near Mosul (northern Iraq). Tel Keppe historically was the center of the (Assyrian) Chaldean Catholic community of Iraq.

Kurdish women in traditional daily outfit, from the region of Van/Wanê, 1970.

Kurdish women in traditional daily outfit, from the region of Van/Wanê,

Kurdish Jewish Women in Northern Iraq 1905 Mizrahi Jews From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mizrahi Jews Yahadut Mizrah Total population 4,000,000 (estimate) Regions with significant populations Israel 3,100,000

“ Photograph of three Kurdish jewish family members from the the small town of Rowndiz in the Kurdish mountains in northern Iraq, taken by a traveling missionary in The town was described by.

Kurdish Family deported under Stalin from a Kurdish village near the Turkish border to Jalalabad, Kyrgyzstan, 1965. Provided by Susan Meiselas in her Book "Kurdistan - in the Shadow of History."

Kurdish Family deported under Stalin from a Kurdish village near the Turkish border to Jalalabad, Kyrgyzstan, Provided by Susan Meiselas in her Book "Kurdistan - in the Shadow of History.

Kurdish Soldiers in traditional Costumes, 1890-1900, Brooklyn Museums' Archive.

Kurdish Soldiers in traditional Costumes, Brooklyn Museums' Archive.

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