Category: Armenian People

Armenian People

Famous Armenians, historians, politicians, writers, artists, scientists, writers, authors and noble Armenians. Biographies of Famous Armenians.

Aram Sargsyan

Aram Sargsyan

Aram Sargsyan was born on January 2, 1961 in the village of Ararat in the Ararat region.Mr. Sargsyan graduated with a degree in civil engineering

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andranik margaryan

Andranik Margaryan

Andranik Margaryan was born in June 12, 1951, in Yerevan Education – 1967-1972 Technical Cybernetics Department of Yerevan Polytechnic Institute, qualified as a Computer Engineer

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Simon Vratsian

Simon Vratsian

Simon Vratsian (Great Sala, nr Nor Nakhichevan, 1882 – Beirut 1969) Attended local Russian and Armenian schools, then the prelacy school of Nor Nakhichevan. Joined

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Levon Ter-Petrossian

Levon Ter-Petrosyan

The First President of the Republic of Armenia Levon Ter-Petrosyan born on January 9, 1945, in Aleppo. Immigrated to Armenia in 1946. In 1968, Levon

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Levon Shant

Levon Shant

Levon Shant (L. Seghposian) (Constantinople 1869 – Beirut 1951) Attended Armenian school at Scutari (Uskudar) until 1883, then to the Gevorgian seminary at Echmiadzin until

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Hovhannes Kajaznuni

Hovhannes Kajaznuni

Hovhannes Kajaznuni (Kachaznuni) (Akhaltsikhe 1868 – ?Yerevan 1938) His family originated from Erzerum. Attended Russian and German universities, studying architecture and mining engineering. Settled in

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Avetis Aharonian

Avetis Aharonian

Avetis Aharonian ( Igdir 1866 – Marseilles 1948 ) Educated at Gevorgian seminary, Echmiadzin. Taught 1886-96, mainly in Igdir. Became active member of Dashnak party.

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Arshak Djamalian

Arshak Djamalian

Arshak Djamalian (Yelizavetpol (Gandja) 1882 – Paris 1940) Educated locally and at Echmiadzin seminary. Joined Dashnak party. Took part in Armeno–Tatar conflict; jailed for 7

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Aram Manukian

Aram Manukian

Aram Manukian (Segei Hovhanessian) (Zeiva, nr Ghapan, Zangezur 1879 — Yerevan 1919) Educated Shushi and Yerevan. Leading Dashnaktsakan. To Baku in 1901 to organize the

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