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Queens of the Armenians

KhachК»atryan, Hayk

Queens of the Armenians

150 biographies based on history and legend

by KhachК»atryan, Hayk

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Published by "Amaras", Armenian International Women"s Association Press in Yerevan, Boston, MA .
Written in English

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  • Armenia
    • Subjects:
    • Queens -- Armenia -- Biography.,
    • Armenia -- Biography.,
    • Armenia -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementHayk Khachatrian ; [translated by Nouné Sekhpossian ; edited by Barbara J. Merguerian].
      GenreBiography.
      ContributionsSekhpossian, Nouné., Merguerian, Barbara J.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS174 .K43313 2001
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[10], 100 p. :
      Number of Pages100
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3958113M
      ISBN 100964878720
      LC Control Number2001092390
      OCLC/WorldCa53095043

      Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. To prevent this, the Ottomans devised a plan to eliminate the Armenians from their territory that resulted in one of the bloodiest, systematic massacres of the 20th century. The atrocities began in the spring of with the methodical killing of as many young, able-bodied Armenian men as possible.

      Armenia in Chess. Armenia is a Eurasian, landlocked country with borders to Azerbaijan, Iran, Turkey and Georgia. Although the country is fairly small by population (placed in the world) and size it has brought us some exceptional good chess men's national team won the European Team Championship (), the World Team Championship () and the Chess Olympiad (, , . Background. In the Assyrian period, the Armenian people of Nairi formed the kingdom of Ararat (well known in Assyrian as Urartu). One of the earliest record of Armenians is from a text which says Armani, Արման (most common Armenian name Arman, the older variant of Armen, Արմեն) together with Ibla, as land conquered by Naram-Sin identified with an Akkadian colony in the Diarbekr region.

      The ten prominent queens featured in this book are from various eras of the millennia-old Armenian history. The selection of the ten most outstanding queens includes those national leaders who have left a fundamental mark in Armenian history. This book is written in a popular-scientific style and is intended for both the academic community as. Armenian Women’s role in Ancient Times We know Hayk as the legendary forefather of Armenians, but what about the foremother of Armenians? In ancient times we had Armenian queens .


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