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Avetik Isahakyan (1875-1957)

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Avetik Isahakyan photoAvetik Isahakyan - Born on October 19 (31), 1875, in Kazarapat, near Gyumri (Leninakan) and died on October 17, 1957 in Yerevan.

Isahakyan began his education at St. Etchmiadzin Gevorgyan seminary (chemaran) (1889-92). In 1893 he attended classes at Leipzig University as a non-matriculated student. He started his literary as well as political careers in his early youth. Upon his return fr

Maps of Medieval Armenia and Its Neighbours

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The Maps of Medieval (middle ages) Armenia and its Neighbors

Arsacid Armenia (Arshaguоni, Arshakuni, Arshaguni) 

Armenia Early Middle Ages Armenia during the Early Middle Ages
Arsacid Armenia Arshakunyan Arshagounian map  Arsacid Armenia
 byzantine armenia map 378 536 Map of the Byzantine Armenia 378-536 
 Byzantine Persian Armenia 387 591 Map of the Persian Armenia and Byzantine Armenia 387-591

Bagratid Armenia

Bagratid Armenia during the 9th-10th centuries map by Robert Hewsen Bagratid Armenia during the 9th-10th centuries - cartographer  Robert Hewsen
Bagratid-Armenia Kingdom 9th-11th centuries Bagratid Armenia map during the 9th-11th centuries

Kingdom of Vaspurakan  

vaspurakan kingdom  Kingdom of Vaspurakan from 908 to 1021 AD 

Kingdom of Syunik

Kingdom of Syunik Kingdom of Syunik

Cilician Armenia

 Cilician Armenia Map  Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia from 1199 to 1375 AD

Zaqarian Armenia




About Rohat Alakom book (Svensk-kurdiska kontakter under tusen år)

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Author - Artsvi Bakhchinian This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Rohat Alakom. Svensk-kurdiska kontakter under tusen år, Stockholm: Rohat Alakom & APEC Förlag AB, 2000. Pp. 235.

Rohat Alakom Svensk-kurdiska kontakter under tusen årRohat Alakom is a Kurdish author who lives in Sweden and has his own publishing house in Stockholm. Since 1987 he has published ten volumes in Kurdish, Turkish, and Swedish on various aspects of Kurdish issues in Istanbul, Stockholm, and Köln.