A History of Armenia
Indo-European Publishing, 1. mar. 2008 - 412 sider
The volume is an easy reading and a must for the beginner student and interested party of the history of Armenia as well as for those more familiar with Armenian and its history. The author, an expert on Armenian history, has masterfully covered all aspects of the Armenian history such as Armenian literature, Armenian Church, the history of Armenian old and modern language, architecture, sculpture, music etc. along with all the historical events, starting from the beginning of the human civilization and that of Armenian one to the modern era of Armenia
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ancient Antioch Arabs Ararat Arax Ardzruni Armenian Church Armenian language Armenian literature Armens army Arsacids Arshak Artashat Artashes Artavazd Ashot Asia Minor Assyrian Bagratid became Bishop brother Byzantine Byzantium Caesarea capital Cappadocia captured century B.C. Christian Cilicia Constantin Constantinople Council crown Crusaders Ctesiphon Cyprus death domination Douin dynasty East Edessa Emperor Empire enemy Erevan Etchmiadzin Euphrates father force Gagik Georgian Greek Gregory Grigor Haik Hayasa Hetoum historian Hittite Hovhannes inscriptions invaded Katholikos Khalifa Khorenatsi Khosrov King of Armenia kingdom land later Latin Leon Mamikonian Marzban Mekhitar Mesopotamia Mesrop monastery Moslem mountain nakharars Nerses pagan Parthians Patriarch peace Persian political priests Prince of Antioch princes province reign religious River Roman Rome royal Russian Sahak Sassanid Sembat sent Sewniq Shahpur successor Sultan Syria Taron territory Thoros throne Tiflis Tigran took translation Trdat treaty troops Turkey Turkish Turks Urartean Urartu Vahan Vardan Vardan Mamikonian Vassak Western Armenia