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Born in 1909 in West Armenia, died in 1978 in Yerevan.
Born in 1911 in Odessa, died in 1987 in Yerevan.
Born in 1929 in Shamshadin district of Armenia.
www.arminco.com /hayknet/encik.htm   (1961 words)

  
 Georgia
The flag with the five crosses outnumbered any other flag - including the previous Georgian national flag - in the street demonstrations that led to the so-called 'rose revolution' and the ousting of former President Shevernadze.
Sebasteia was the capital city of the former Byzantine province of Armenia Prima, and Sivas is today the capital city of the velyat of Sivas, in Turkey, in Cappodocia.
The manuscript says "you must know that anciently this Armenia was called the island of Colcos...and here was the temple to the enchanted golden sheep which bewitched Jason the Greek." According to legend the golden fleece was in Colchis, now a part of Georgia.
fotw.fivestarflags.com /ge.html   (2288 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Bardesanes and Bardesanites
His pagan parents, Nuhama and Nah 'siram, must have been people of rank, for their son was educated with the crown-prince of the Osrhoenic kingdom, at the court of Abgar Manu VIII.
Though he was urged by a friend of Caracalla to apostatize, Bardesanes stood firm, saying that he feared not death, as he would in any event have to undergo it, even though he should now submit to the emperor.
At the age of sixty-three he was forced to take refuge in the fortress of Ani in Armenia and tried to spread the Gospel there, but with little success.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/02293a.htm   (1870 words)

  
 CyberSleuthKids: Armenia
A visual tour of the deserted medieval Armenian city of Ani, with LOTS of photographs.
An ongoing photojournalism project depicting life in Armenia from December 1998 to December 1999.
Daily news from Armenia, Huge art gallery of the best Armenian Paintings, Ancient Armenia, Rugs and Carpets and much more.
cybersleuth-kids.com /sleuth/Geography/Asia/Armenia/index.htm   (203 words)

  
 Menua Tours of Armenia, Yerevan, Armenia - Links Page
Department of Hydrometeorology of the Republic of Armenia
Embassy of the Republic of Armenia (Washington, DC)
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia
www.menuatours.com /htms/links.html   (201 words)

  
 RABBAN BAR SAUMA (fl. 128o-1288) - Online Information article about RABBAN BAR SAUMA (fl. 128o-1288)
Kashgar, Talas in the Syr Darla valley, See also:
ARMENIA (old Persian Armina, Armenian Hayasdan, or Hayq)
Warnings of the danger of the routes to See also:
encyclopedia.jrank.org /PYR_RAY/RABBAN_BAR_SAUMA_fl_128o_1288_.html   (504 words)

  
 Research about the Armenian Genocide
View rare photos of scenes from the Armenian Genocide taken secretly by Armin T. Wegner, a German officer stationed in the Ottoman empire in 1915-1916.
View the photo collection of John Elder, an American relief worker who documented the hardships facing genocide survivors in Armenia in 1917-1919.
Review a day-by-day chronology summarizing the key events of the genocide.
www.armenian-genocide.org /research.html   (191 words)

  
 Armenia Diaspora - Links
Embassy of Russian Federation in the Republic of Armenia
Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Armenia
Union Juventud Armenia de la FRA (AYF South America)
www.armeniadiaspora.com /adc/links/links_preview.asp   (592 words)

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