Category «People»

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 …

Arthur Edmund Carewe, a Legend of Silent Movies

Arthur Edmund Carewe, a Legend of Silent Movies

Arthur Edmund Carewe (Hovsep Hovsepyan) was born on December 30, 1884, in the city of Trabzon. The Hovsepyan family was the backbone of the Armenian aristocracy. Hovsep’s father Garo was the most influential banker in the Ottoman Empire. Unfortunately, his father did not see the birth of his son as he was killed during the …