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Historia Armeniae

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Despectus in Erevanum, politicum Armeniae caput, Ararato monte procul viso.
Pars Zorats Karer (etiam Karahunj appellati), megalithici lapidum circuli et Aetate Aenea loci sepulturarum.
Regnum Armeniae maximo ambitu, Tigrane Magno rege.
Imperium Romanum maximo ambitu anno 117, Armenia provincia Romana ("Roman Province of Armenia"), Traiano imperatore.

Historia Armeniae res ad historiam Rei Publicae Armeniae pertinentís tractat, cum Armeniis ipsis, lingua Armenia, et regionibus quae historiae geographiaeque causa Armeniis habentur.

Armenia in terris altis circa Araratum biblicum coniunctesque montes patet. Primum civitatis nomen Armenium erat Hayk, deinde medio aevo Hayastan (Armenice Հայաստան), 'terra Haik' conversum, quod in nomine Haya,[1] antiqui dei Mesopotamici, et -stan 'terra' suffixo Persico consistit. Historicus Hayk (legendarii Armeniae rectoris) inimicus erat Bel, vel Baal (cognatum Bēlu, dei Accadici).[2]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. "Ancient Mesopotamian Gods and Goddesses – Haya (god)". Upenn.edu .
  2. Kurkjian, Vahan (1968). "The Beginnings of Armenia Chapter VIII". History of Armenia. Michigan: uchicago.edu .

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Fontes primarii[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Hacikyan, A. J., ed. 2000. The Heritage of Armenian Literature: From the Oral Tradition to the Golden Age. Heritage of Armenian Literature, 1. Detroiti: PK 8532 .H47 2000 vol.1. Anthologia textuum Armeniorum.
  • Khorenatsi, Movses. 1978. Moses of Chorene. Conv. R. thomson. Cantabrigiae Massachusettae: Harvard University Press. Historia Armeniorum.
  • Koriun. 1985. The Life of Mashtots. Conv. B. Norehad. Novi Eboraci: Caravan. Hagiographia monachi qui abecedarium Armenium excogitavit.
  • Łewond. 1982. The History of Lewond. Conv. Z. Arzoumanian. Philadelphiae. Historia Armenia ab Arabis victa, saeculis septimo et octavo.]
  • P'arpec'i, Ghazar. 1985. History of the Armenians and Letter to Vahan Mamikonean. Conv. R. Bedrosian.

Libri[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Adontz, Nicholas. 1970. Armenia in the Period of Justinian: The Political Conditions Based on the Naxarar System. Conv. Nina G. Garsoïan.
  • Hovannisian, Richard G., ed. 2004. The Armenian People From Ancient to Modern Times: The Dynastic Periods: From Antiquity to the Fourteenth Century. Vol. 1. Londinii: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Hovannisian, Rochard G., ed. 2004. The Armenian People From Ancient to Modern Times: Foreign Dominion to Statehood: The Fifteenth Century to the Twentieth Century. Vol. 2. Londinii: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Bournoutian, George A. 1982. Eastern Armenia in the Last Decades of Persian Rule, 1807–1828: A Political and Socioeconomic Study of the Khanate of Erevan on the Eve of the Russian Conquest.
  • Bournoutian, George A. 1994. A History of the Armenian People. 2 vol.
  • Chahin, M. 1987. The Kingdom of Armenia. Novi Eboraci: Dorset Press. Iterum impressus, 1991.
  • Diakonoff, I. M. 1984. The Pre-History of the Armenian People. Ed. retractata, conv. Lori Jennings. Novi Eboraci: Caravan Books. ISBN 0-88206-039-2.
  • Fisher, William Bayne, P. Avery, G. R. G. Hambly, et C. Melville. 1991. The Cambridge History of Iran, vol. 7. Cantabrigiae: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0521200954. Google Books.
  • Lang, David Marshall. 1980. Armenia: Cradle of Civilization. Ed. tertia. Londinii: George Allen & Unwin.
  • Langer, William L. 1950. The Diplomacy of Imperialism: 1890–1902. Ed. secunda.
  • Luttwak, Edward N. 1976. The Grand Strategy of the Roman Empire: From the First Century A.D. to the Third. Baltimorae: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  • Nalbandian, Louise. 1963. The Armenian Revolutionary Movement: The Development of Armenian Political Parties through the Nineteenth Century.

Aliae publicationes[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • "Armenia." Catholic Encyclopedia.
  • The Free Republic of Armenia 1918. Franciscopoli: Armenian National Committee, [1980].
  • Thomson, Robert W. 2001. "The Crusaders through Armenian Eyes." In The Crusades from the Perspective of Byzantium and the Muslim World, ed. Angeliki E. Laiou et Roy Parviz Mottahedeh. Dumbarton Oaks. Editio interretialis.
  • Gasimov, Zaur. 2011. Kaukasus. Moguntiaci: Institute of European History.

Pelliculae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • The Armenian Genocide ('Genocidium Armenium'), Andrew Goldberg, 2006.
  • Yot yerg Hayastani masin ('Septem Carmina de Armenia'), Grigoriy Melik-Avagyan, 1972.
  • Haykakan achker ('Oculi Armenii'), Ruben Gevorgyants, 1980.
  • The Manuscript of independence (Matyan Ankakhutyan). Mkrtchyan, Levon, 2002.

Bibliographia addita[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • de Waal, Thomas. 2003. Black Garden..Novi Eboraci: New York University Press. ISBN 0-8147-1945-7.
  • Stopka, Krzysztof. 2016. Armenia Christiana: Armenian Religious Identity and the Churches of Constantinople and Rome (4th–15th century). Cracoviae: Jagiellonian University Press. Google Books. ISBN 9788323395553.

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Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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