Armenians in Babylon – Paris Herouni

Armenians in Babylon - Paris Herouni

The town and State Babylon arose in South Mesopotamia during the process of building of Babylon Tower by Armenian Kesar Hayk, approximately at the period of 2526 – 2495 BC, when at that place many workers were settled. In this land from the old time many Armenians lived. The first King of this land was …

Armenian Kesar Hayk – Paris Herouni

Armenian Kesar Hayk

According to the Bible (and also by Movses Khorenatsi [20, p. 12]) the Armenian Kesar Torgom, the father of Hayk, was the third after lafet (Habeth), son of Noah. By the name of Kesar Torgom Armenia was also called (sometimes until now) ”Torgom’s home (dome)”. In the middle of ID millennium BC the son of …

Bronze Age Monuments of the Metsamor Castle

Bronze Age Monuments of the Metsamor Castle

Polish and Armenian archaeologists carried out research of a large ancient settlement located in Metsamor, Armenia. As a result of the three-season work, the team of archaeologists unearthed large quantities of pottery representing three millennia, to be precise, from the 3rd millennium BC to the 1st century AD. Researchers also discovered gold and carnelian necklaces, …

4,000 Years Old Wagons Found in Lchashen, Armenia

4,000 Years Old Wagons Found in Lchashen, Armenia

In the scope of tens and tens of archaeological excavations, researchers have discovered a vast variety of ancient artifacts. Possibly the most astounding artifacts were unearthed in the Lchashen village in the vicinity of Lake Sevan. They include over a dozen of well-preserved four- and two-wheel wagons, as well as wagons with folding wheels. Two …

Armenians in America – Paris Herouni

Armenians in America - Paris Herouni

There are many enigmas in Old History of Central America, coming from the period of many thousand years ago, l.e, before the well known period of Mayas, Aztecs (Mexico), Incas (Peru, Bolivia, Chile) cultures of n millennium BC- 11 millennium AD. These enigmas include the presence of the same old legends of population of all …

New Mysteries of Ani, Ancient Armenian City

New Mysteries of Ani, Ancient Armenian City

Lately, Turkish archaeologists published their discoveries made near the ancient Armenian capital, Ani (now located in the Turkish Kars Province). They include an irrigation network and storm channels connected to a vast chain of belowground tunnels dug beneath Ani. The ancient, powerful Ani, the capital of the state of the Armenian Bagratuni dynasty, now stands …

Armenian Troy – Paris Herouni

Armenian Troy - Paris Herouni

Our knowledge about Troy and Trojan Kingdom comes from “Iliad” of Homer (IX-VID cent. BC) and results of excavations of German archaeologist H.Schliemann in 1870-1890 on a hill lying about 6km from the Dardanelles Channel. Excavations were continued by W.Dorpfeld and then, in 1932-1938 by American expedition led by W.Semple and C.Blegen. Troy was a …

The Great Armenia in X-V Millennia BC

The Great Armenia in X-V Millennia BC

In the period of X-V millennia BC the Great Armenia still was the single state (with other Armenian kingdoms) in the World and Armenians were the single civilized nation, having high culture, knowledge and Alphabet. The Great Armenia existed on territories between Black and Caspian seas on the both sides of river Cour (Kura), around …

The DNA of a 7,000 Years Old Tooth Found in Artsakh Fully Matches the Genome of Modern Armenians

The DNA of a 7,000 Years Old Tooth Found in Artsakh

Under the lead of anthropologist and geneticist Levon Yepiskoposyan, archaeologists from the UK, US, Denmark, and Armenia examined the caves near the Azokh village in the Republic of Artsakh. Their fruitful research resulted in the discovery of unique ancient artifacts, including a 7,000 years old human tooth. Thanks to the interior condition features of the …

Armenians in Middle Asia – Paris Herouni

Armenians in Middle Asia - Paris Herouni

Armenians came to Middle Asia in old time. But about it there is too little data. It is known that: 1. There was an old state called Baktria. This word has Armenian background and in Armenian means: B-ak-t-r-ia (P-wq-mep-}1w) =the country giving kind beginning =pwp}1 wqndi~ mqllIJ. hplWp. 2. Bactrians or Tohars routed the Greek …

6,100 Years Old Wine-Making Facility in Armenia

6,100 Years Old Wine-Making Facility in Armenia

A team of international archaeologists has discovered a wine press built for stomping grapes in the Areni cave in the south of Armenia. Among the artifacts, fermentation and storage vessels, drinking cups, withered grape vines, skins, and seeds have been unearthed as well. The construction of the press suggests that Copper Age winemakers used the …