Archeology

Ancient relics, stones, and statues from all over western Armenia

Ancient relics, stones, and statues from all over western Armenia

Ancient relics, stones, and statues from all over western Armenia. In particular Lesser-Armenia (Armenia-Minor region). Known to so-called “scholars”, archaeologists, and experts in “academia” as Hatti, Hattusa, or Hurri. I like to call the people from these regions the Araratians or Sumerians. Armenians continue spreading lies about their religion, history, and pagan heritage until this …

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'Rarest ever' mosaic depicting the Trojan War is found in Syria

‘Rarest ever’ mosaic depicting the Trojan War is found in Syria

‘Rarest ever’ mosaic depicting the Trojan War is found in Syria: Remarkably intact artwork that was created 1,600 years ago shows colorful images of Ancient Greek soldiers and Amazons who fought in the epic battle The rarest mosaic depicting the Trojan War has been discovered in Syria, which archaeologists say is the most intact ever to be found  …

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The Mighty Fortress of Baghaberd 4th century AD Ararat - Armenia

The Mighty Fortress of Baghaberd 4th century AD Ararat – Armenia

Syunik province. High above the clouds … where the eagle’s nest … Castles and fortresses have a special place in my universe… They are just so inspiring… the history… the majesty … the architecture… The mystery and the people who made it all possible… the ones who built them, fought defending them … people who …

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Archaeologists from Germany and Kurdistan have discovered the ancient city of the Mittani Empire

Archaeologists from Germany and Kurdistan have discovered the ancient city of the Mittani Empire

A mysterious ancient city has emerged from the Tigris river: Archaeologists from Germany and Kurdistan have discovered a 3,400-year-old Mittani Empire-era city on the Tigris River. The ruins were discovered on the waters of the River Tigris during a severe drought in the Mosul Dam reservoir, and that is when the settlement appeared. This extensive …

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Discovering Armenia: The Potential of Archeological Sites and Obstacles to Excavations

Discovering Armenia: The Potential of Archeological Sites and Obstacles to Excavations

Archeologists have been conducting excavations in Armenia since the 1870s. These projects have been undertaken by academic institutions and other organizations to catalog the wealth of artifacts that shed light on Armenia’s history. According to 2021 data, there are 24,221 immovable historical and cultural monuments throughout Armenia. The region of Gegharkunik tops the list in immovable …

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Discovering Armenian Architecture in the Province of Sepastia

Discovering Armenian Architecture in the Province of Sepastia

Continuing my journey in search of truth and authenticity, I reached Gürün in the Sepastia (Sivas) province back in 2018. The Sepastia province was heavily populated by Armenians before the 1915 Genocide, not only the town of Sepastia itself, but also other areas, urban as well as rural, e.g. Zara, Divriği (Tefriki), Gürün (Gurin). I was standing out of …

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