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Kurdistan (literally meaning "the land of Kurds"; Ancient: Corduene, old: Koordistan, Curdistan, Kurdia, also Kurdish: Kurdewarî) is the name of a geographic and cultural (but not political or administrative) region in the Middle East, inhabited predominantly by the Kurds. As a traditional ethnographic region, Kurdistan is generally held to include the contiguous regions in northern and northeastern Mesopotamia with large Kurdish populations. From a political standpoint, Iraqi Kurdistan is the only region which has gained an official recognition as a federal entity. The region was known by various cognates of the word Kurd during the ancient history of the Mesopotamia. The ancient Sumerians referred to it as Kur-a, Gutium, or Land of Karda, the Elamites as Kurdasu, the Akkadians as Kurtei, the Assyrians as Kurti, the Babylonians as Qardu, the Greeks as Carduchoi and the Romans as Corduene. more..
The project generally considers any article related to Kurdistan, namely its history. (ss history we regard the study and interpretation of the record of humans, families, and societies as preserved primarily through written sources; in other words: culture, languages, all seen in their broadest senses.
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