7,5 Million Years Old Fossils Found In Caesarea

7,5 Million Years Old Fossils Found In Caesarea

At the bottom of the Yamula reservoir in the Caesarea province of Historical Armenia, fossils of a mammoth that lived 7,5 million years ago were found. According to an announcement made by the municipality, other 7,5 million-year-old finds and fossils have also been found in the underwater area as a result of works carried out …

To The Day Of The Elimination Of Djemal Pasha In Tbilisi

To The Day Of The Elimination Of Djemal Pasha

Djemal Pasha was the commander of the 4th Turkish army operating in Syria during WWI (1914-18). He actively participated in the mass deportation and massacres of the Armenians of Historical Armenia, Cilicia, and drowned the self-defense forces of the Armenians of Urfa in blood. Djemal suppressed Arab national liberation movements in Syria, Lebanon, and Palestine. …

American Committee For Armenian And Syrian Relief – 1917

American Committee For Armenian

The American Committee For Armenian And Syrian Relief established in 1915 on the initiative of US Ambassador Henry Morgenthau organized exhibitions in various cities of the United States, aiming to inform the American public about the Armenian suffering and to call for donations. During its 15-year activity (1915-1930), the Committee raised $117 million in donations …

The Kingdom Of The Ararat Mountains Will Never Fall

The Kingdom Of The Ararat

This inscription in three languages (Persian, Akkadian, and Elamite) was very common in the Achaemenid period of Persia. Three terms are used synonymously to refer to Armenia in this multilingual inscription. The country was called “Armenia” in Persian, “Urartu” in Assyrian, and “Charminoya” in Elamite. Indeed, the name “Urartu” for Armenia continued to be used …

The Cultural Armenian Genocide Continues To This Day

The Cultural Armenian Genocide

One of the components of the Armenian Genocide is cultural genocide. It did not begin and did not end in 1915-1923 but continues to this day. A hundred years ago, it was manifested toward both the Armenians of Western Armenia and other Armenian-populated regions of the Ottoman Empire, as well as toward other Christian peoples …

Church Of St. Karapet In Tigranakert Attacked By Vandals – Monuments Of Historical Armenia

Church Of St. Karapet In Tigranakert Attacked By Vandals

The historic 15th-century Armenian church and monastery of St. Karapet in the Chungush region of Tigranakert province in Western Armenia was recently plundered by treasure hunters. Residents of the surrounding areas want these structures that have stood here for centuries despite natural disasters to be restored. They hope to bring believers and tourists here. The …

Artsakh Is An Integral Part Of Armenia – Alexander Myasnikyan’s Decree From June 12, 1921

Artsakh Is An Integral Part Of Armenia

“Nagorno-Karabakh annexed to Armenia – based on the statement of the Revolutionary Committee of the Soviet Socialist Republic of Azerbaijan and the agreement reached between the governments of Armenia and the Soviet Socialist Republic of Azerbaijan, which states that Nagorno-Karabakh is currently an integral part of the Soviet Socialist Republic of Armenia.” Chairman of the …

The Tragic End Of The Comedies Of Trabzon And Batumi On June 8, 1918

The Tragic End Of The Comedies

We present to your attention an issue of the “Ashkhatank” newspaper (under the ARF Party Dashnaktsutsyun) from 1918. An excerpt from an article dated June 8! From this publication, the contradiction that existed between the Armenian National Councils of Tbilisi and Yerevan in connection with the Batumi negotiations becomes obvious. Though despite criticism, the Armenian …

Leonid Gurunts – “I Didn’t Make A Traitor”

Leonid Gurunts – “I Didn’t Make A Traitor”

Famous Armenian writer Leonid Gurunts was born in 1912. He began his creative career in Baku. After the publication of his first book titled “The Karabakh poem” (Moscow), persecution of the author began. As Gurunts himself recalls, “the appearance of the ‘Karabakh poem’… was tantamount to the most unheard of crime. I ended up on …

“Rock Paintings Of Syunik”

“Rock Paintings Of Syunik”

The documentary “Rock Paintingsof Syunik” by Hamlet Martiorsyan was shot in Syunik, in the crater of Mount Tskuk (3300 meters). In the film, the author presents preliminary results of the interpretation of rock-engraved characters from the Upper Paleolithic. These petroglyphs have been carved out in no later than 13th millennium BC. The ideological system of …