Category «Antiquities»

Armenia and The Basques (Spain)

Armenia and The Basques (Spain)

The “Asian version” (2nd c. B. C.) is one of the ancient sources about the origin of the Basques, one of the oldest peoples in Europe. A Roman historian, Appian, (95–165 A.D.) writes: “Some consider Asian Iberia to be a colony for European Iberians; others think that they are the ancestors of European Iberians. There …

Armenia and the Celts (Gauls)

Armenia and the Celts (Gauls)

Coming to Europe, the Celts settled in the central and western vast territories of that continent; in almost all the European countries: France, Spain, Germany, Italy, England, Belgium, Irland, etc. They were called Keltoi by the Greeks, galli and gallatian by the Romans. In Armenian literature they are called the gauls (gaghiatsi). Celts are also …

Armenia and Britain

Armenia and Britain

The ancient name of the British Isles is Albion. This name is considered to have Celtic origin that was used by ancient Greeks. Ptolemy (90-168) has also written about Albion in his works. There is also another viewpoint that the name Albion has derived from the white cliff s found in the south-eastern part of …

Armenia on Ancient and Medieval Maps

Armenia on Ancient and Medieval Maps

In European (English, German) written sources (X–XII cc., XV and even XVIIIc.) it is stated that the ancestors of European people have Armenian origin. The names Armenia and Ararat are mentioned with love and pride. Ancient maps also testify about the fact that Armenia is an ancient country. The well-known ancient maps of the world, …

The Great Deluge – The main reason

The Great Deluge - The main reason

The main reason of the Great Deluge and line of other phenomena on the Earth is the slow change of the Earth Axis Incline angle (e). This angle (equal now 23.44°) changes in limits 23.3° ± 1.2°, Le, from 24.5° to 22.1° (and back) during 41 thousand years. In Fig. 28 (the change of Earth …

Armenians in India

Armenians in India

Armenians at first came to India presumably before the Great Deluge, taught local tribes the humanity, kindness and high knowledge. And the formation of Indo-European population in India (Armenlans plus high caste of local tribes) began. Later Armenians came to India in Ill-ll mill. BC bringing aryan world outlook and civilization (with epos). In the …

Armenia Land of the Gods – Ancient written sources of Mesopotamia

Armenia Land of the Gods - Ancient written sources of Mesopotamia

There are many citations about “high mounts”, “gods”, “immortals”, “holy laws” and “sacred ceremonies” of Aratta country in one of the ancient sources, in the Sumerian heroic epic “Gilgamesh” (“Gilgamesh and the Land of Immortals”, “Enmerkar and the Lord Priest of Aratta”, “Lugalbanda and Mount Hurum” and other sections).13 Aratta was an Armenian ancient State.14 …

Armenians in Egypt

Armenians in Egypt

During XV-IT millennia BC Armennians researched the near and far lands and seas, and propagated everywhere civilization, knowledge and belief to the AR kind God. Everywhere local tribes deified them for their humanity, high knowledge and kindness. Armenians presented to other nations accumulated during millennia high knowledge, kindness, IndoEuropean culture and language as bounteously and …

Armenia in the 2nd-1st Millennia BC

Armenia in the 2nd-1st Millennia BC

Armenia in the 20th-18th centuries BC. Dozens of the settlements of the Armenian Highlands have been engaged in foreign trade through a trade route to the north of Western Asia. That route stretched from Kültepe all the way to the Caspian Sea. It was mainly used for the transport of metal, so given the fact …

The Great Armenia in 40-23 Millennia

The Great Armenia in 40-23 Millennia

The Great (Mother) Armennia, the cradle of Armennians was on the territories around Mount Ararat on Armennian Highland, i.e. in latitude limits about 35° – 4r, to the South from river Cour (Kura), between the Black and Caspian seas and by the longitude to the East from river Euphrates, including lakes Sevan, Van and Urmia. …