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Houshamadyan – The Book of Memories

Houshamadyan - The Book of Memories

In 2010, German historians of Armenian origin Vahe Tashchyan and Elke Hartman created the “Houshamadyan” (Յուշամատեան, a “Book of Memories”) website, a documentary and historical project for the reconstruction of the life of the Armenians in the Ottoman Turkey. “Houshamadyan” is a non-profit scientific organization. Their project covers all aspects of the history of the …

UAE City Ras al-Khaimah Was Founded by Armenians

UAE City Ras al-Khaimah Was Founded by Armenians

According to His Highness Sultan bin Muhammad Al-Qasimi, a member of the Supreme Council and the current sovereign ruler of the Emirate of Sharjah of the United Arab Emirates, the city of Ras al-Khaimah was historically known as Julfar and was founded by Armenians who fled Persia during the Mongol invasion. During the telecast, His …

“Armenian Highlands”, Not “Eastern Anatolia” or “South Caucasus”

“Armenian Highlands”, Not “Eastern Anatolia” or “South Caucasus”

According to the latest research in comparative and genetic linguistics, archaeology, anthropology, and historical geography, the homeland of Indo-European peoples included the Armenian Highlands (the cradle of the Armenian people), eastern Asia Minor, and northern Mesopotamia. It should be noted that the incorrect use of terms like “Eastern Anatolia” and “South Caucasus” instead of “western” …

Cultural Genocide After the Genocide of a Nation – The Turkish Policy of Destroying Armenian Monuments (Video + English Subs)

Cultural Genocide After the Genocide of a Nation

The film shows the condition of the Historical Monuments residing in Western Armenia, which has been occupied by Turkey since 1915. Additionally, it exposes the policy of Turkish authorities on the annihilation of the Armenian historical monuments and shows the present-day state of the Armenian artifacts compared to their condition several decades ago. Their actions …

Recent DNA Study On the Origins of the First Civilizations of Greece Revealed Armenian Traces

Recent DNA Study On the Origins of the First Civilizations

Some of the earliest traces of European civilizations are mostly found in modern Greece along the Aegean Sea. In the Bronze Age, two well-known archaeological cultures emerged in that region. The culture of the island of Crete is widely considered “Europe’s first major experience of civilization”. It actually is Europe’s first literate civilization. But the …

Armenians and Ukraine – The Armenian Origin of Princess Anna

Armenians and Ukraine – The Armenian Origin of Princess Anna

Famous Ukrainian scientist, philosopher, Armenologist, Candidate of Philosophy Irina Yakovlevna Gayuk answered the questions of AnalitikaUA.net. “Irina Yakovlevna, you are the author of the “Encyclopedia of Armenian Culture in Ukraine”. How do you assess the historic role of the Armenian community in Ukraine?” “You know, it is difficult to answer such questions. Saying “huge” or …

Northern Artsakh and Gardman

Northern Artsakh and Gardman

I have long been interested in the Armenian villages of Northern Artsakh (Արցախ) or Gardman (Գարդման), info on which I searched for a long time, but did not find anything. Meanwhile, prior to the well-known events of 1988, about half a hundred Armenian villages, including Gyulistan, Getashen, Gajishen, Voskanapat, Chiragidzor, Agjikend, Barsum, Banants, Dashkesan, Mountainous …

Sayings About Turks – The same as before

Sayings About Turks

Sayings from different peoples of the world concerning the Turks seem to be different, but in fact, they all have the same meaning. In the world, there is no other such nation with such unambiguous rating. And if the Turks are a nation, then it is a nation of murderers. People create, the Turks destroy …

Smuggled Armenian Artifacts Discovered in Hungary

Smuggled Armenian Artifacts Discovered in Hungary

In February 2016, the Hungarian police published materials on the smuggling of ancient artifacts brought by a Turkish truck driver to Lithuania. Among the artifacts were ancient Sumerian, Persian, Assyrian, and also Armenian items of the period of the Kingdom of Van (Urartu). Dating back at 900 BC, the artifacts included a helmet, small bells, …

The Harvard Medical School on the Origins of Europeans

The Harvard Medical School on the Origins of Europeans

On the basis of the latest innovative genetic studies, researchers at the Harvard Medical School discussed new theories of human migration identified by complex DNA analyzes. The answers to the human past are hidden in the DNA of the bones in ancient burial mounds and graves. Increasingly, these answers are being identified, as geneticists at …

An Ancient City at the Bottom of Lake Sevan

An Ancient City at the Bottom of Lake Sevan

At the bottom of Lake Sevan, there are ruins of an ancient city with an age of more than 12 thousand years. It was recently found by the experts of the Ayas underwater research club. Lake Sevan is one of the largest highland lakes in Eurasia. Due to its geographic location, its water level often …

The Armenian Cultural Heritage and the Question of Nakhichevan

An eye-catching headline exclaimed: “Azerbaijan destroyed more monuments of the Armenian cultural heritage than the terrorists in the Middle East.” Especially taking into account that the terrorists destroyed not only Armenian monuments. Unfortunately, this is a truth. The mediocre policy developed during the last 2-3 decades of the last century by Heydar Aliyev was successfully …

The 2000-year Falsification of the Armenian History

The 2000-year Falsification of the Armenian History

The history of the Armenian people was widely covered on various Internet resources. That fact is quite noteworthy, especially given the aggressiveness of Armenians’ newly-born neighbors with a donated statehood called Azerbaijan, who have been trying to show and prove their non-existent identity and relation to the territory they inhabited for the past hundred years. …