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Armenian History

Armenian History from ancient times to modern days. Known and Unknown facts about the History of Armenia and Armenian People. Armenian Highland, Western and Eastern Armenia, Armenian culture, religion, kingdoms and principalities, kings and queens, unknown history.

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Ancient, medieval and modern maps of Armenia and Its Neighbors. Maps of the Kingdom of Urartu, Ancient Armenian kingdoms, Armenian Empire of the Tigran the Great, Cilician Armenia, Medieval Armenian kingdoms, First, Second and Third Republics of Armenia.

Famous Armenians in Armenian history

Armenian People – Famous Armenians, historians, politicians, writers, artists, scientists, writers, authors and noble Armenians. On People – Biographies page read about the Tigranes (II) the Great – King of the Kings,  Charles Aznavour – legendary French-Armenian singer and many others.

Armenian New Year Traditions, Armenian Easter – Surb Zatik, The Vardavar Water Festival

Scientific, analytical and public articles/papers about Armenian History, demography, population, international and internal relations of Armenia.

Books about the Armenia, Armenians and History of Armenia.

Armenian-History.com website is online since 2003

Thousands of pages, photos and pictures about the Armenian history and Armenians published on our website.

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Armenian History

Armenian History from ancient times to modern days. Known and Unknown facts about the History of Armenia and Armenian People. Armenian Highland, Western and Eastern Armenia, Armenian culture, religion, kingdoms and principalities, kings and queens, unknown history.

Maps-of-Armenia-Armenian-History

Ancient, medieval and modern maps of Armenia and Its Neighbors. Maps of the Kingdom of Urartu, Ancient Armenian kingdoms, Armenian Empire of the Tigran the Great, Cilician Armenia, Medieval Armenian kingdoms, First, Second and Third Republics of Armenia.

Famous Armenians in Armenian history

Armenian People – Famous Armenians, historians, politicians, writers, artists, scientists, writers, authors and noble Armenians. On People – Biographies page read about the Tigranes (II) the Great – King of the Kings,  Charles Aznavour – legendary French-Armenian singer and many others.

Armenian New Year Traditions, Armenian Easter – Surb Zatik, The Vardavar Water Festival

Scientific, analytical and public articles/papers about Armenian History, demography, population, international and internal relations of Armenia.

Books about the Armenia, Armenians and History of Armenia.

Armenian-History.com website is online since 2003

Thousands of pages, photos and pictures about the Armenian history and Armenians published on our website.

During the almost 20 years we had millions of visitors who checked our pages and we want to thank YOU for visiting our website.

Currently we are updating and improving our website and content. Some pages may not open properly or may have outdated look or content.

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Armenian Mythology

Pantheon of Armenian pagan gods and goddess. Heroes and legends of Ancient Armenia.

Armenian Military History

Armenian Legion, Armenian Cavalry, Armenian Army, Historical Battles, Famous Armenian Generals.

Capitals of Armenia

Capitals of Armenia during the ancient, medieval and modern periods of Armenian History. In different historical periods they were the symbols of the power and greatness of Armenian sovereignty. Each of these cities in his historical period was the object of admiration in ancient and medieval world. Many foreigners amazed of the beauty and magnificence of Armenian capitals.

Armenian Church

Armenian Apostolic Church is one of the most ancient Christian institutions. Etchmiadzin Cathedral is the mother church of the Armenian Apostolic Church

Armenian Coins

Ancient and medieval Armenian Coins, Silver, Coper and Golden Coins, Banknotes, Money, Dram, Currency of Modern Armenia.

Armenian Diaspora

Due to the loss of Armenian statehood and numerous foreign invasions, Armenian communities have formed in different countries and regions. As a result of the Armenian Genocide (1915-1923), hundreds of thousands of survivors found refuge in various parts of the world, forming what is known today as the “Armenian Diaspora.” Today, The Armenian diaspora refers to the communities of Armenians outside Armenia

Armenian Kings

Kings and queens of Armenia, Armenian royal dynasties. List of Armenian monarchs

Karabakh (Artsakh)

Artsakh (Karabakh) was one of the 15 provinces of Metz Hayk (Armenia Maior, Great Armenia). It played a significant strategic role for the Armenian statehood throughout its history. Artsakh world (ashkhar-province) served as a shield for the central regions of Armenia from the raids of nomadic and barbarian tribes from the east.

Artsakh (Karabakh) is a part of historic Armenia. Read more about Republic of Artsakh or the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic.

Samtskhe-Javakhk

Historically Armenian region in the southern part of the Republic of Georgia

Armenian Mythology

Pantheon of Armenian pagan gods and goddess. Heroes and legends of Ancient Armenia.

Armenian Military History

Armenian Legion, Armenian Cavalry, Armenian Army, Historical Battles, Famous Armenian Generals.

Capitals of Armenia

Capitals of Armenia during the ancient, medieval and modern periods of Armenian History. In different historical periods they were the symbols of the power and greatness of Armenian sovereignty. Each of these cities in his historical period was the object of admiration in ancient and medieval world. Many foreigners amazed of the beauty and magnificence of Armenian capitals.

Armenian Church

Armenian Apostolic Church is one of the most ancient Christian institutions. Etchmiadzin Cathedral is the mother church of the Armenian Apostolic Church

Armenian Coins

Ancient and medieval Armenian Coins, Silver, Coper and Golden Coins, Banknotes, Money, Dram, Currency of Modern Armenia.

Armenian Diaspora

Due to the loss of Armenian statehood and numerous foreign invasions, Armenian communities have formed in different countries and regions. As a result of the Armenian Genocide (1915-1923), hundreds of thousands of survivors found refuge in various parts of the world, forming what is known today as the “Armenian Diaspora.” Today, The Armenian diaspora refers to the communities of Armenians outside Armenia

Armenian Kings

Kings and queens of Armenia, Armenian royal dynasties. List of Armenian monarchs

Karabakh (Artsakh)

Artsakh (Karabakh) was one of the 15 provinces of Metz Hayk (Armenia Maior, Great Armenia). It played a significant strategic role for the Armenian statehood throughout its history. Artsakh world (ashkhar-province) served as a shield for the central regions of Armenia from the raids of nomadic and barbarian tribes from the east.

Artsakh (Karabakh) is a part of historic Armenia. Read more about Republic of Artsakh or the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic.

Samtskhe-Javakhk

Historically Armenian region in the southern part of the Republic of Georgia