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THE MARONITE PATRIARCH: AN HISTORICAL VIEW OF A RELIGIOUS ZAM̄1 IN THE 1958 LEBANESE CRISIS

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    In the context of this article zam̄ implies the “chief of a non-Muslim community (such as a Christian Patriarch).” See Arnold Hottinger, “Zum̄' in Historical Perspective,” in Leonard Binder, Politics in Lebanon (New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1966), p. 103.

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