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  Armenian numerals - Armeniapedia.org
The system of Armenian numerals is a historic numeral system created using the majuscules (uppercase letters) of the Armenian alphabet.
Note that the final two letters of the Armenian alphabet, "o" (Օ) and "fe" (Ֆ) were added to the Armenian alphabet only after Arabic numerals were already in use, to facilitate transliteration of other languages.
Armenian numerals are written left-to-right (as in the Armenian language).
www.armeniapedia.org /index.php?title=Armenian_numerals   (228 words)

  Armenian language and literature - LoveToKnow 1911
So the Armenians were ever in contact on the north with the Iberians of the Caucasus who had none, and with the Semitic races on the south and east which had other ways of forming genders than the Indo-European tongues.
Armenian appears to be a half-way dialect between the Aryan branch and Slavo-lettic.
Two main dialects of Armenian are distinguishable to-day, that of Ararat and Tiflis, and that of Stambul and the coast cities of Asia Minor.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Armenian_language_and_literature   (3716 words)

 Decimal - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
It is the most widely used numeral system, perhaps because a human usually has four fingers and a thumb on each hand, giving a total of ten digits over both hands.
Decimal notation is the writing of numbers in the base-ten numeral system, which uses various symbols (called digits) for ten distinct values (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9) to represent numbers.
The symbols for the digits in common use around the globe today are called Arabic numerals by Europeans and Indian numerals by Arabs, the two groups' terms both referring to the culture from which they learned the system.
www.arikah.com /encyclopedia/Decimal   (1484 words)

 Greek numerals - TheBestLinks.com - Ionic numeral system, Astronomer, Arabic numerals, Chinese numerals, ...
In modern Greece, they are still in use for ordinal numbers, and in much the same situations as Roman numerals are in the west; for ordinary numbers, arabic numerals are used.
The alphabetic system operates on the additive principle in which the numeric values of the letters are added together to form the total.
However, these positions were usually limited to the fractional part of a number (called minutes, seconds, thirds, fourths, etc.), but were not used for their integral part.
www.thebestlinks.com /Ionic_numeral_system.html   (410 words)

 (ANDONIAN) Tall Armenian Tale: The Other Side of the Falsified Genocide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Here, Talat Pasha "refers" to the total destruction of all Armenians and "uses" a style of language that is meant to be a "confession." On that day, a telegram was indeed sent, but it was numbered 84, not 1181, and its subject was the postponement of the transfers of the Armenians working on the railroads.
Professor Falk writes in the Journal that the Armenians have “reexperienced the reality of atrocity in relation to the unresolved fight over the future of Nagorno-Karabagh region.” That region is legally a part of Azerbaijan, and the Armenians are holding it as occupied territory, contrary to international law.
Armenians who are allowed to stay in their original settlements should not be re-located afterwards.
www.tallarmeniantale.com /andonian.htm   (6276 words)

 Armenian alphabet, pronunciation and language
Before then, Armenian had been written with 'cuneiform' scripts, which was deemed unsuitable for religious works by the Armenian Church.
Mashtots travelled to Alexandria, where he studied the principles of writing and came to the conclusion that the Greek alphabet was the best alphabet in use at that time because there was an almost one-to-one correspondence between sounds and letters.
A significant number of Armenian root words owe their origin to or are similar to roots in Old Persian, revealing common Indo-European ancestry.
www.omniglot.com /writing/armenian.htm   (297 words)

 Armenian information - Search.com
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 Armenian language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Armenian: հայերեն լեզու, IPA [hajɛɹɛn lɛzu] — hayeren lezu, conventional short form hayeren) is an Indo-European language spoken by the Armenian people in the Republic of Armenia, in Georgia (especially in Samtskhe-Javakheti), Mountainous Karabakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) and also used by the Armenian Diaspora.
Armenian also shares major isoglosses with Greek; some linguists propose that the linguistic ancestors of the Armenians and Greeks were either identical or in a close contact relation.
Armenian can be subdivided in two major dialectal blocks and those blocks into individual dialects, though many of the Western Armenian dialects have died due to the effects of the Armenian Genocide.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Armenian_language   (1316 words)

 Attic numerals   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Attic numerals were used by ancient Greeks, possibly from the 7th century BC.
They are also known as acrophonic numerals because all of the symbols used (except for 1) derive from the first letters of the words for 'five', 'ten', 'hundred', 'thousand' and 'ten thousand'.
The use of Η for 100 reflects the early date of this numbering system: Η (Eta) in the early Attic alphabet represented h whereas in classical Greek it came to be used for ē, and the spiritus asper was invented to represent h.
www.tocatch.info /en/Attic_numerals.htm   (192 words)

 Armenian numerals - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The system of Armenian numerals is a historic numeral system created using the majuscules (uppercase letters) of the Armenian alphabet.
Armenian numerals are used more or less like the Roman numerals in modern English, f.e.
Armenian numerals are written left-to-right (as in the Armenian language).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Armenian_numerals   (254 words)

 Critical Languages Institute
The study of the structure and word-stock of Armenian as well as that of its dialects, provides very important material for the students of Indo-European linguistics, helps to solve many problems of the reconstruction of the Indo-European language, its history and the history of its carriers.
The Armenian language and literature have existed in written forms since 405 A.D. when the Armenian alphabet was created by Mesrop Mashtots.
Western Armenian is spoken by three to four million people in the Armenian communities of Turkey, Lebanon, Syria, Greece and other countries of the Middle East, as well as by emigrants from these countries in other parts of the world.
www.asu.edu /clas/reesc/cli/armsyll06.htm   (793 words)

 ARMENIAN LANGUAGE AND ... - Online Information article about ARMENIAN LANGUAGE AND ...
Agathangelus is preserved in Greek, Armenian and Arabic.
It is a compilation, devoid of historical method, value or veracity, from all sorts of previous authors, mostly from those which already existed in an Armenian dress.
Moscow; at New Joulfa, the Armenian suburb of Isfahan.
encyclopedia.jrank.org /APO_ARN/ARMENIAN_LANGUAGE_AND_LITERATUR.html   (4633 words)

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Although the venerable Surp Yerortutyun Armenian Church is in her neighborhood, the cementing of the doorways and windows by the Turks have rendered it useless.
The Armenian structures of Harput could be easily seen and numbered: the remains of St. Mary's Church and Surp Hagop Church; the remains of Surp Garabed Vank; and many stubby foundations of Harput's energetic past.
Past Armenian presence in Kars was physically evident as we stopped at the Church of the Holy Apostles near the center of town, facing the Kars Citadel on the adjacent hill.
www.bvahan.com /armenianpilgrimages/bournazian1.htm   (9743 words)

 Hindu-Arabic numeral system Summary
The modern system of notation, using ten different numerals including a zero and using position to denote value, appears to be the invention of Hindu mathematicians and astronomers, reaching its present form by the seventh century.
The glyphs in actual use are descended from the Brahmi numerals, and have split into various typographical variants since the Middle Ages.
These Brahmi numerals are the ancestors of the Hindu-Arabic glyphs 1 to 9, but they were not used as a positional system with a zero, and there were rather separate numerals for each of the tens (10, 20, 30, etc.).
www.bookrags.com /Hindu-Arabic_numeral_system   (2327 words)

 Roman numerals Summary
The Roman numeral system for representing numbers was developed around 500 B.C. As the Romans conquered much of the world that was known to them, their numeral system spread throughout Europe, where Roman numerals remained the primary manner for representing numbers for centuries.
Because the largest numeral used by the Romans was M, or 1000, it proved impractical to write extremely large numbers, such as 1,000,000, as a string of 1000 Ms.
Roman numerals are commonly used today in numbered lists (in outline format), clockfaces, pages preceding the main body of a book, chord triads in music analysis, the numbering of movie sequels, book publication dates, successive rulers with identical names, and the numbering of some sport events, such as the Olympic Games or the Super Bowls.
www.bookrags.com /Roman_numerals   (5184 words)

 Language Training
Thus both the Armenian language and literature have recorded not only the history and culture of the Armenian people but also have retained important information about the language, history and culture of other peoples of the region.
Armenian is especially valuable for the study of those cultures that had no writing systems.
Armenian translations of many Greek, Syriac and other works help to restore missing parts from originals.
www.public.asu.edu /clas/reesc/cli/armsyll1.htm   (812 words)

 Caraculiambro. Headwords: Ten and Hundred
The numeral ‘20’ was originally a compound involving *ui- (a rather obscure element apparently meaning ‘two’ and thought by some to be a reduced form of *dui-) and the dual of a neuter noun meaning ‘decad, a group of ten’, which in turn was derived from *dek@nt by giving it a different stress pattern: *dkont-/*dk@nt-.
As an alternative, the composition form of a numeral (*tri-, *kwetu@r-, *penkwe-...) could be juxtaposed with the uninflected *(d)kont, forming a compound rather than a phrase.
The numerals in question have been restructured in the daughter languages so commonly that no direct reflexes of their original form can be found.
www.geocities.com /caraculiambro/Caraculiambro/Ten_Hundred.html   (997 words)

 (KATCHAZNOUNI-1923) Tall Armenian Tale: The Other Side of the Falsified Genocide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Thus the “Armenian Question” and the question of Armenians was buried in the grave of diplomatic silence.
In view of the situation created by the external conditions, the Government of the Armenian Republic decided at its session of December 2, 1920, to resign from power, and to turn the whole military and civil authority over to the Supreme Commander of the Army to which office is appointed War Minister Dro.
The Armenian Republic is free to build fortifications and place in them as many heavy artillery pieces as it wishes for the protection of the country against external enemies.
www.tallarmeniantale.com /1923Manifesto-record.htm   (9715 words)

 Wikinfo | Roman numerals   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
The system of Roman numerals is a numeral system originating in ancient Rome.
Unicode has a number of characters specifically designated as Roman numerals, most of them only included for compatibility with East Asian standards.
Images, some of which are used under the doctrine of Fair use or used with permission, may not be available.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Roman_numerals   (594 words)

 NationMaster - Statistics on Armenia. 1579 facts and figures, stats and information on Armenian economy, crime, people, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
The eastern area of Armenia was ceded by the Ottomans to Russia in 1828; this portion declared its independence in 1918, but was conquered by the Soviet Red Army in 1920.
Armenian leaders remain preoccupied by the long conflict with Muslim Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabakh, a primarily Armenian-populated region, assigned to Soviet Azerbaijan in the 1920s by Moscow.
Turkey imposed an economic blockade on Armenia and closed the common border because of the Armenian occupation of Nagorno-Karabakh and surrounding areas.
www.nationmaster.com /country/am-armenia   (319 words)

 Frederik Kortlandt: Bibliography
Armenian: 18, 20, 22, 31, 42, 48, 61, 62, 63, 73, 76, 77, 81, 85, 90, 92, 101, 104, 116, 126, 127, 133, 137, 139, 148, 170, 176, 178, 179, 193, 194, 200
The syncretism of nominative and accusative singular in Armenian.
Notes on Armenian historical phonology V. Studia Caucasica 7 (1987), 61-65.
www.kortlandt.nl /bibliography.html   (2310 words)

 Kabalarian Philosophy: ALTERNATE ALPHABETS
He modelled the Armenian alphabet very losely on the color=#0000ffGreek alphabet and was also possibly influenced by the Assyrian script.
Armenian, an Indo-European language spoken in Armenia, Iran, Georgia, Turkey, Azerbaijan and many other countries by about 6 million people.
A significant number of Armenian root words owe their origin to or are similar to roots in Old Persian, revealing common Indo-European ancestry.
www.kabalarians.com /forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=593   (2420 words)

 Armenian calendar - Armeniapedia.org
It started in AD 552 as the beginning of the Armenian era.
Dates are marked by the letters ԹՎ or the like, often with a line over, indicating "t'vin" ("in the year") followed by one to four letters of the Armenian Alphabet, each of which stands for an Armenian numeral.
Since not all browsers can render Unicode Armenian letters, the transliteration (REArm) is given.
www.armeniapedia.org /index.php?title=Armenian_calendar   (133 words)

 Number names at AllExperts
Different cultures have different traditional numeral systems used for writing numbers and for naming large numbers.
One example of duodecimal numerals is in use in the Chepang language of Nepal.
However, their influence can still be seen in many cultures, such as in the imperial system of units, and the former British system of pounds, shillings and pence.
en.allexperts.com /e/n/nu/number_names.htm   (250 words)

 3PN - Fonts Page
The Left-Alt and Shift key combination toggles between Western Armenian and U.S. keyboard layouts; the Right-Alt and Shift key combination toggles between Eastern Armenian and U.S. keyboard layouts.
Numerals are accessed by holding down the Right-Alt key.
When you are done reading or typing in Armenian, you can revert the Fixed Font to the original non-Armenian font.
www.3noor.org /winfont.html   (778 words)

 3PN - Fonts Page
Numerals are accessed by holding down the Option key.
While the Armenian keyboard layout is selected, you can temporarily revert to the "U.S." layout by holding down the Control and Option keys.
When you are done reading or typing in Armenian, you can revert the Fixed Font to the original non-Armenian font and go back to your original keyboard.
www.3noor.org /aplfont.html   (796 words)

 W3C Internationalization (I18n) Activity
1 August 07 Feedback needed: Armenian list numbering
Since it is mentioned in the CSS 2.1 specification, Firefox, Opera and Safari (and maybe more) browsers allow you to number HTML lists using Armenian numerals.
More extensive tests and results have been added for Armenian, Georgian, and lower-case Greek numbering, based on CSS3 algorithms but to support the CSS 2.1 Candidate Recommendation.
www.w3.org /International   (817 words)

 Greek Alphabet : Symbols on Stuff: logos, icons, avatars, emoticons : CafePress.com
Besides for writing modern Greek, its letters are today used as symbols in mathematics and science, particle names in physics, as names of stars, in the names of fraternities and sororities, in the naming of supernumerary tropical cyclones, and for other purposes.
The Greek alphabet originated as a modification of the Phoenician alphabet and in turn gave rise to the Gothic, Glagolitic, Cyrillic, Coptic, and possibly the Armenian alphabets, as well as the Latin alphabet, as documented in History of the alphabet.
Gamma is the third letter of the Greek alphabet with a Greek numerals it has a value of 3.
www.cafepress.com /symbolsonstuff/1817653   (990 words)

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