Documenting Mandaean Rituals and Religious Traditions (The Worlds of Mandaean Priests)

To document the rituals and priestly knowledge of the Mandaeans and to make the records available for free online.

The project aims to give a snapshot of this endangered community by featuring the public views of priests. We understand that the opinions featured here may not be shared by all Mandaeans.

Project Details

Location: Australia, Sweden, Iran, Iraq, Australia and New Zealand, Northern Europe, Southern Asia, Middle East, Europe, Asia, Oceania Organiser(s): University of Exeter Project partner(s): University of Leiden Funder(s): Arcadia Funding received: $348,556 Commencement Date: 01/2014 Project Status: Completed
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