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Ancient Civilizations and Armenians – Graham Hancock

Ancient Civilizations and Armenians – Graham Hancock

Graham Hancock is an English writer and journalist, an author of over 20 books and two films. Hancock’s books with a total printing of 5 million have been translated into 27 languages. One of his most popular works is ‘Fingerprints of the Gods’. As Hancock said, during his activity, he has been the most shocked …

Aghbiur Serob – Armenian Fedayis

Aghbiur Serob – Armenian Fedayis

Agphiur Serob (born Serob Vardanyan) occupied a special place among the revolutionaries of Western Armenia. Serob was born in the Sokhord Village of the Khlat Gavar in 1864. He has been participating in the national liberation movement against the Turkish domination since his youth. In 1891, Serob left his birthplace because of being pursued by …

The Letter of Hovhannes Tumanyan to Andranik Ozanyan

The Letter of Hovhannes Tumanyan to Andranik Ozanyan

In 1917, responding to Andranik’s call to save their homeland from the approaching danger, Hovhannes Tumanyan without hesitation sent his adult children (four sons and four daughters) to his service. When homeland is endangered “I have four sons, and I put all of them under the government’s, National Assembly’s, and your command. As for my …

The Origins of the Armenian People – Can Historical Data Eliminate Falsifications?

The Origins of the Armenian People

In the below video, historian Artak Movsisyan talks in detail about the origins of the Armenian ethnos. The data is delivered by Armenian, Greek, Georgian, Arab, and Jewish historical sources. We have repeatedly covered the topic of the falsification of the Armenians’ history, including their origins. In this regard, Alexander the Great tried to “rewrite” …

Armenians 300-50 Thousand Years Ago – Paris Herouni

Armenians 300-50 Thousand Years Ago

The territory of the Armenian Highlands was one of the places of origin of Stone Age humans. The archaeological excavations carried out there, especially in the present-day Republic of Armenia, resulted in the discovery of many camps and settlements of the Stone Age populations with thousands of tools made of stones (obsidian, basalt), as well as …

Armenians in Ethiopia – Paris Herouni

Armenians in Ethiopia – Paris Herouni

After the Great Flood, Armenians appeared in Ethiopia about the same period as in Egypt. Maybe, that’s because Ethiopia supposedly used to be a part of Egypt. In any case, the predominance of Armenians in Ethiopia and their connection with the local population is obvious. For example, Ethiopians currently use the alphabet with Armenian-like letters. …

Scottish Scientist Stephen Sim Describing His Trip to Nakhichevan

Scottish Scientist Stephen Sim Describing His Trip to Nakhichevan

Scottish scientist Stephen Sim described the unpleasant experience of his visit to Nakhichevan, the historical Armenian territory now occupied by Azerbaijan. Since Sim’s accusatory report of 2006 was not adequately covered in the international media, in this article, Harut Sasunyan presented some important points from the Scottish scientist’s report. Sim said that he arrived in …