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Arak‘el of Tabriz: Book of History
by George A. Bournoutian
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Ara`kel of Tabriz’s monumental Book of History is one of the most important primary sources on the history of Armenia, Persia, the Ottoman Empire, and Georgia in the seventeenth century. It covers the period from 1602 to 1666, that is, the reigns of the...

$45.00
Armenians and Russia,1626-1796
A Documentary Record
by George A. Bournoutian
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Archival evidence of Russia’s relations with the Armenians begins during the reign of Tsar Alexei (1613-1645), the founder of the Romanov dynasty. The study includes some 400 documents from the archives of Russia, Georgia, and Armenia focusing the Russian...

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Chronicle of Abraham of Crete
by George A. Bournoutian
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The Chronicle of Abraham of Crete, published for the first time in English, is one of the few non-Persian primary sources on the History of Nader Shah. Written by the Supreme Patriarch of the Armenian Church, it describes the events which occurred from April...

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Chronicle of Deacon Zak‘aria of K`anak`er
[Zak`areay Sarkawagi Patmagrut`iwn]
by George A. Bournoutian
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Deacon Zak‘aria (1627-ca. 1699) was a native of K‘anak‘er, who lived and wrote in the great monastery of Hovhannavank‘ in the K‘asagh region of the Khanate of Erevan (eastern Armenia). The Chronicle is written in the spoken dialect of the Erevan region...

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Concise History of the Armenian People
First published in 2006. Sixth revised edition published in 2013.
by George A. Bournoutian
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The early edition of the much praised A History of the Armenian People in 2 volumes was the first comprehensive and objective history of the Armenians from ancient times to the early 1990s in English. It was adopted as a required text and used as a basis...

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From Tabriz to St. Petersburg
by George A. Bournoutian
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Following the murder of Griboedov, the Envoy and Minister Plenipotentiary of Russia and the massacre of the entire Russian Legation, save one, by an angry mob, on February 11, 1829, in Tehran, the government of Iran dispatched a mission with an official...

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History of the Wars (1721-1738)
By Abraham of Erevan
by George A. Bournoutian
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History of the Wars by Abraham of Erevan, published for the first time in English, is one of the few non-Persian primary sources on the history of Persia (Iran) and Transcaucasia in the first half of the eighteenth-century. It details the Afghan and Ottoman...

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History of Vardapet Arak‘el of Tabriz, Vol. I
(Patmut‘iwn Arak‘el Vardapeti Dawrizhets‘woy)
by George A. Bournoutian
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Vardapet Arak‘el of Tabriz (d. 1670). The History of Father Arak‘el is the most important Armenian primary source dealing with contemporary events that occurred in Iran, Armenia, Ottoman Empire, and Georgia from 1602 to 1662. It describes the Jelali Revolt;...

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History of Vardapet Arak‘el of Tabriz, Vol. II
(Patmut‘iwn Arak‘el Vardapeti Dawrizhets‘woy)
by George A. Bournoutian
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The History or Book of Histories by Arak‘el of Tabriz is the most important seventeenth-century Armenian source on the history of Persia and Armenia. Volume II ends in the year 1668 and deals with the establishment of important monastic schools in Armenia,...

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Journal of Zak‘aria of Agulis
Annotated Translation and Commentary.
by George A. Bournoutian
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Zak‘aria (1630-ca.1691) was a native of Agulis (present-day Akulis) in Nakhichevan and a merchant who traveled widely in the Ottoman and Persian empires. He also made one trip to Europe and traveled in Italy, Austria, Germany, and Holland. His diary is in...

$25.00