Features of the Socio-Cultural Development of Syria from Ancient Times to the Early XX Century

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I. Vietrynskyi

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In order to determine the fundamental factors that have become the foundation of modern conflict in the Syrian Arab Republic the early stages of formation and development of the state on the territory
of modern-day Syria are analyzed. These processes are discussed in the context of socio-cultural transformations in the Middle East. The features of development of Syria in ancient times are also discussed, as well as Syrian role and place in international political processes of the early and late Middle Ages. The features of the socio-political situation in Syria, during its tenure as a part of the Arab Caliphate are considered, at the same time are the aspects of religious factors influencing the formation of Arab national identity as well as national identity of the Syrian in particular are analyzed. The specific character of development of Syria in Modern history, particularly in the context of regional dominance of the Ottoman Empire are determined.

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Vietrynskyi, I. (2018) “Features of the Socio-Cultural Development of Syria from Ancient Times to the Early XX Century”, Problems of World History, (5), pp. 37-51. doi: 10.46869/2707-6776-2018-5-2.

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I. Vietrynskyi

Vietrynskyi Igor – Ph.D. in Political Sciences, Senior Research Fellow of the State Institution “Institute of World History of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine”.

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