Category «Antiquities»

Distortions of Armenian History – Paris Herouni

Distortions of Armenian History - Paris Herouni

Unfortunately, Armennian History is very negatively distorted. Let me show this by some examples. 1. About so-called “Urartu“. According to present history, this very strange state with unknown nation suddenly arose with very high developed level, in IX cent. BC in South Caucasus and basin of Lake Van. They were able to cultivate metals (bronze, …

Paris Herouni – Culture in the Great Armenia

Paris Herouni - Culture in the Great Armenia

During the period of 5 – 1 mill. BC the leading role of Armenian Science and Culture all over the World was continued. This is confirmed by the big influence of Armenians and their culture on development of the level of other nations and countries, particularly in Europe, including also the early Christian period – the …

Why Does a Roman God Wear an Armenian Tiara?

Why Does a Roman God Wear an Armenian Tiara?

Throughout the history of ancient Rome, a number of “mystery” cults and their deities of Near Eastern character became greatly popularized. The Roman expansion to the east caused contact between the Roman society with many Near and Middle Eastern religions, causing the Romans to worship some of them in their own fashion. Mithras Mithras was …

Armenian-Partynian Union – Paris Herouni

Armenian-Partynian Union - Paris Herouni

In 54 BC Roman army with Mark Krass crossed river Euphrates from Syria side and came to town Haran in Armenian Mesopotamia with purpose to attack Parthia. At that time Parthian King Orod was invited by Artavazd n to Artashat, where the union between Armenia and Parthia was renewed and sustained by the marriage of …

Armenians in the Middle East – Paris Herouni

Armenians in the Middle East - Paris Herouni

Armenians were in territories of present Syria, Lebanon and Palestine from the very old time (before the Great Deluge) on their way to the Phoenicia and Egypt. They played an important role in the formation of local nations. Armenians taught inhabitants knowledge, art of houses and towns building, the adoration to the kind AR God …

Christianity Adopting in The Great Armenia

Christianity Adopting in The Great Armenia

The Christianity arose from the kind, creative and human AR (Sun) – Father Main God Armenian religion, as its continuation and in Christianity the God-Father from the very beginning until now is the same AR (Sun) – Father Main God. About deep connection between Christianity and old Armenian knowleadge, culture and symbols of the AR-Father …

Armenians in Europe – Greece – Paris Herouni

Armenians in Europe - Greece - Paris Herouni

The first Armenian expeditions to Europe took place probably in V IV millennia BC. The main purpose was researching the lands, measuring latitudes of different points and building simple observatories having some analogy with Carahunge. Afterwards, at the time of Armenian Kesar Hayk (the middle of ill millennium BC) many Monuments were rebuilt with local …

The Great Armenia in 5-1 Millennia BC

The Great Armenia in 5-1 Millennia BC

Before ID-I1 mill. BC in the World there were no wars, because the main power had the Great Armenia and other Armenian old Kingdoms and Armenians were not aggressive, never wanted to occupy the territories of other people or countries. They went to many other lands with the single noble mission to propagate the humanity …

Toponyms “Armenia” and “Urartu” are Synonymous

Toponyms “Armenia” and “Urartu” are Synonymous

It is certainly known that Armenia and Urartu are synonymous. In Darius the Great’s Behistun inscription (ca. 520 BC), the Babylonian toponym “Urashtu” appears as “Armina” in Old Persian and “Harminuia” in Elamite, which correspond to modern “Armenia”. The land is called “Ararat” in Hebrew as well. The toponym “Urartu” appeared as a regional rather …

The Temple or Tomb of Garni

The Temple or Tomb of Garni

The Garni Temple is a renovated Hellenistic temple in Garni, Armenia. It is now the only Greco-Roman structure standing in Armenia and the former Soviet Union. The temple is the most known symbol of pre-Christian Armenia. In all likelihood, the temple was built by King Trdat I of Armenia in the 1st century AD and …

Surb Gayane Church – Vagharshapat, Armenia

Surb Gayane Church – Vagharshapat, Armenia

The Surb Gayane Church is located in the Vagharshapat city (also known as Etchmiadzin), Armenia. It is a part of the Etchmiadzin Cathedral Complex. Here at ca. 300, king Trdat executed 40 Christian women. One of them, Surb Hripsime, was buried separately. 38 women were buried slightly to the west while Surb Gayane was put …

Armenian Behayna Kingdom – Paris Herouni

Armenian Behayna Kingdom - Paris Herouni

In many books on history it is said that in territory of the Great Armenia 4300 – 4200 years ago there lived tribes of Hourites (or Hayassa). These are wrong, because they were not tribes and did not have said names. They were Armenians-Aryans living all the time in the Great Armenian Kingdom. In Armenia …

Culture in Great Armenia – Paris Herouni

Culture in Great Armenia - Paris Herouni

Excavations in Armenian Highland Near Armenian historical town Arhan (now Ergani in Diarbekir region of Turkey) 9500-year-old town with very high culture was excavated in 80-es of last century [91]. The monumental houses of this town were built according to one general project. Many tools, instruments and weapons made from copper and marks of developed …

Armenians in Babylon – Paris Herouni

Armenians in Babylon - Paris Herouni

The town and State Babylon arose in South Mesopotamia during the process of building of Babylon Tower by Armenian Kesar Hayk, approximately at the period of 2526 – 2495 BC, when at that place many workers were settled. In this land from the old time many Armenians lived. The first King of this land was …