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Re: Aramean Syriac Heritage of Land Between the RIVERS
Posted by: Mary Dallas Date: January 25, 2002 at 13:50:56
In Reply to: Aramean Syriac Heritage of Land Between the RIVERS by Esam Eshaeyo Jacoub Gallo of 3600

Church records are your best source. Their positions were constant, unlike the territory borders. Judging from the title of your post, you should start your inquiries with the Assyrian Orthodox Church. Unfortunately, a lot of the Assyrians who fled Anatolia during the massacres left with just their lives and no records exist. However a number of them settled in the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon, and there is a large population in Syria as well, many of whom would have registered their families with the local church.


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