Mount Nemrut – Pantheon of Armenian Gods in Occupied Western Armenia

The Kingdom of Commagene was a small Hellenized Armenian kingdom rulled by Armenain Dynasty.

The Nemrut monuments are Armenian deities. Built by the Armenian king Antiochos I of the Armenian Orontid dynasty. The empire he was ruling over Commagene was a mixed ethnic empire but the dynasty was Armenian, the King was Armenian and he built the pre-Christian deities Aramazd, Anahit, Tir, etc…etc.. it is written in stone!

Armenian Arordis (Sons of Sun God-Pagans) pray to them up to now and all Armenians cherish them as an Armenian heritage which is in Western Armenia now occupied by Turks who represent our culture as theirs or at the best hide Armenian heritage and represnt it as Greek or Roman, anything but Armenian!

When the Treaty of Lausanne was signed in 1923, the Republic of Turkey was established. In its attempts to shroud the Armenian heritage of Turkey, the authorities of the republic began a systematic campaign to alter Armenian placenames.

These attempts included the name change of the geographical expression “Armenian plateau” to “Eastern Anatolia.” Anatolia in Greek simply means East

By BeautySavesWorld

Mount Nemrut – Pantheon of Armenian Gods in Occupied Western Armenia (now Eastern Turkey)




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