Antiquities

Information about the giant Haic or Hayk was written by Charles Vallancey in the 18th century

Information about the giant Haic or Hayk was written by Charles Vallancey in the 18th century

I believe that Gelam (Gegham) left his kingdom to Herman (German), who was the ancestor of the first Germanic, Bavarian, Swabian and Teutonic peoples. It is not just in Irish history that you find ancient stories of bearded white giants or demi-Gods who traveled by sea and reached far and distant continents of the world. …

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The Hittite language is Old Armenian, Peter Albrecht Jensen

The Hittite language is Old Armenian, Peter Albrecht Jensen

Hatti/Hittite/Phrygian/Armenian. According to Peter Albrecht Jensen, president of the Royal Astrological Society of Imperial Germany, the word Hatti is the same as Hye (Armenian). He was the first archeologist and decipherer of the Hittite language. There’s the same morphological change of “matar” to the Armenian “mayr”. “From everything we know of the Hittite language it …

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Armenians were called Arameans by other nations

Armenians were called Arameans by other nations

Danckwerts atlas of Schleswig-Holstein, 1652. It has ‘Lydia’ instead of “Anatolia”. It has Armenia spreading across multiple countries today, and it has ‘Aram’ in Southern and Western Armenia including Cilicia. In 1863 Rev. William Clark wrote that Aram was an Armenian King and Armenians were called Arameans by other nations. Ancient Armenoids in ANCIENT ARMENOIDS …

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11,000-year-old oldest bas-relief in the world found in Western Armenia, 40 km from Portasar

11,000-year-old oldest bas-relief in the world found in Western Armenia, 40 km from Portasar

A wall relief, comprising five figures carved on a bench in a communal building dating to the ninth millennium BC, was found in south-eastern Turkey (Historical Armenia) in 2021. It constitutes the earliest known depiction of a narrative ‘scene’ and reflects the complex relationship between humans, the natural world, and the animal life that surrounded …

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The Armenian Parthia

The Armenian Parthia

These statues, reliefs, stones, and temple is from the heart of Sumer, Mesopotamia, or Chaldea (Hatra). What was known to the Pre-Renaissance world as ARMENIA? French Orientalist and Professor Barthelemy d’Herbelot (1625-1695) wrote the following in his ‘Bibliotheque Orientale’ book (1697) : “All the country between the Indus and the Caspian and Mediterranean seas, down …

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Armenians and ancient Armenoids were known as 'The followers of Horus'

Armenians and ancient Armenoids were known as ‘The followers of Horus’

Written by Gail Allison Evans in the book ‘The firstborn of God – Resolving the contradictions in the Bible’. The father of Egyptian archaeology William Flinders Petrie also noted that the Armenians and ancient Armenoids were known as ‘The followers of Horus’. The ancient Falcon-God from Egypt that was called ‘HERU’ or Heru-Horus during the …

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