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A Brief History of the Aghuank` Region
Introduction and Annotated Translation by George A. Bournoutian.
by Archbishop Sergius Hasan-Jalaliants
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Esayi Hasan Jalaleants‘ was the Kat‘oghikos, that is, the Supreme Patriarch of the Holy See of Aghuank‘ (Karabagh-Artsakh and Ganje-Utik‘) located in the Monastery of Gandzasar. His tenure, from 1702 to 1728, coincided with the temporary decline of the Mother...

$20.00
A History of the Land of Artsakh
By: Archbishop Sargis Hasan-Jalaliants
by Ka'ren Ketendjian, Robert H. Hewsen
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English translation by Ka’ren Ketendjian Edited with an Introduction, annotations and Notes by Robert H. Hewsen ****** The subject of this book is the history of Karabagh in the period of the Armeno-Persian and Russo-Persian wars (1722-1827), a region,...

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Administrative and Social History of the Qajar Period
Translated from the Persian by Nayer Mostofi-Glenn
by Abdollah Mostofi
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These three volumes are a translation from Persian into English of a major work of the social, cultural, economic, administrative, political, and diplomatic history of Iran during the Qajar period. The Persian edition was first published in 1945. A revised...

$89.00
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
Armenian Baghesh/Bitlis and Taron/Mush
by Richard G. Hovannisian
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From early antiquity, the Armenian people developed a rich and distinctive culture on the great highland plateau in eastern Asia Minor. On that crossroad, they interacted on many levels with civilizations of the Orient and Occident. The continuity of Armenian...

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Armenian Cilicia
by Richard G. Hovannisian, Simon Payaslian
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From early antiquity, the Armenian people developed a rich and distinctive culture on the great highland plateau extending from eastern Asia Minor to the Caucasus. On that crossroad, they interacted on many levels with civilizations of the Orient and...

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Armenian Communities of Asia Minor
by Richard G. Hovannisian
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The Armenian communities of western Asia Minor were far removed from the historic Armenian territories on the great highland plateau far to the east and the fertile Cilician plain bordering the Mediterranean Sea to the south. These communities were relatively...

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Armenian Communities of the Northeastern Mediterranean
Musa Dagh—Dört-Yol—Kessab
by Richard G. Hovannisian
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Armenian Communities of the Northeastern Mediterranean is the fourteenth volume to be published in the UCLA series, Historic Armenian Cities and Provinces. Even though the northeastern reaches of the Mediterranean Sea were not a part of historic Greater...

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Armenian Constantinople
by Richard G. Hovannisian, Simon Payaslian
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From early antiquity, the Armenian people developed a rich and distinctive culture on the great highland plateau extending from eastern Asia Minor to the Caucasus. On that crossroad, they interacted on many levels with civilizations of the Orient and...

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Armenian Karin/Erzerum
by Richard G. Hovannisian
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From early antiquity, the Armenian people developed a rich and distinctive culture on the great highland plateau extending from eastern Asia Minor to the Caucasus. On that crossroad, they interacted on many levels with civilizations of the Orient and...

$30.00