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Category: Historians

LEO- Arakel-Babakhanian

LEO – ARAKEL BABAKHANIAN

LEO (ARAKEL BABAKHANIAN) (Shushi 1860 – Yerevan 1935) Received patchy education, but read very widely; soon he started writing historical and political articles. LEO Wrote

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Verjine Svazlian

Verjine Svazlian

Verjine Svazlian, ethnographer and folklorist, was born in 1934 in Alexandria (Egypt) in the family of the writer and public man Karnik Svazlian, himself an eye-witness

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Knarik Avakian

Knarik Avakian

DATE & PLACE OF BIRTH:April 26, 1968, Yerevan, Armenia EDUCATION:1975-1985 Eghishe Charents High School (No. 67) with English bias, Yerevan1985-1990 Yerevan State University, Department of

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Nikoghayos Adonts

Nikoghayos Adonts

Nikoghayos Adonts – (Ter-Avetikyan) was born in 1871 (In Sisian – Zangezur) and died in 1942. He was a prominent Armenian historian, specialist of Byzantine studies

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Koryun historian

Koryun

Koryun (Կորյուն) was an Armenian historian who lived in Armenia during the 5th century AD. He received his early education under Mesrob Mashtots and continued

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Ghazar Parpetsi

Ghazar Parpetsi

Ghazar Parpetsi (Ղազար Փարպեցի)  was an Armenian historian who lived in Armenia during the 5th century AD. He was born in the village of Parpi

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Movses Khorenatzi

Movses Khorenatsi

Movses Khorenatsi  (Khorenatzi) (Armenian: Մովսես Խորենացի) was an Armenian historian who lived in Armenia during the 5th century AD. He was an author of the

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