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  1. Armenia - Culture Smart!: the essential guide to customs & culture by Susan Solomon, 2009-11-17
  2. Armenia (Cultures of the World) by Sakina Dhilawala, 2007-09
  3. Armenian Sebastia/sivas And Lesser Armenia (Ucla Armenian History and Culture Series. Historic Armenian Cities and Provinces)
  4. Armenia: Her culture and aspirations by Arshag Mahdesian, 1938
  5. Church and Culture in Early Medieval Armenia (Variorum Collected Studies Series) by Garsoian Nina G., Nina G. Garsoian, 1999-09
  6. Armenia, crossroads of cultures by Anahid V Ordjanian, 1980
  7. The 2009 Import and Export Market for Human Blood, Prepared Animal Blood, Toxins, Cultures of Micro-Organisms, and Similar Products Excluding Yeasts in Armenia by Icon Group International, 2009-05-25
  8. Cultures of the World: Armenia (Cultures of the World) by Times Editions, 1996-12-31
  9. ARMENIA: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by SIMA APRAHAMIAN, VIKEN APRAHAMIAN, 2001
  10. Edge of Time: Traveling in Armenia and Karabagh (Revised Second Edition) by Matthew Karanian, Robert Kurkjian, 2002-06
  11. Classical Armenian Culture: Influences and Creativity (University of Pennsylvania Armenian Texts and Studies, No. 4) by Dr. H. Markarian Conference on Armenian Culture 1979 University of pe, Thomas J. Samuelian, 1982-11
  12. Science and Culture of Soviet Armenia. by Author, 1977-01-01
  13. ARMENIA AND ARMENIANS: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Encyclopedia of Russian History</i> by GEORGE A. BOURNOUTIAN, 2004
  14. Armenia. Life, Religion, Culture / Armeniya. Byt, religiya, kultura by Ter-Nersesyan S., 2008

1. Anahit: Visit Armenia: Culture
Provides information on the culture, life, and people.Category Kids and Teens School Time Europe Armenia...... world. None of the above can fully represent the ancient and uniqueculture of Armenia without visiting the country. Text Anahit
Armenian Culture has earned its place in the history of the world by virtue of the fact that it is one of the oldest, continuous civilizations today. Throughout the centuries, Armenians have created a unique and remarkable culture at the intersection of east and west. Even though countless invaders attempted to destroy it, archaeological research testifies to its existence alongside that of the Babylonians and the Assyrians from at least the III Millennium BC, proven by excavations at Erebuni, Teyshebaini and Medzamor. In 301AD, Armenians were the first nation to officially adopt Christianity as their national state religion , and this influenced many developments in Armenian culture, and specifically architecture. Replacing pagan temples with the first churches, Christian influences created architectural masterpieces such as the churches of Hripsime Gayane and the gem of 7th Century Armenian architecture

2. Lonely Planet World Guide | Destination Armenia | Culture
Includes facts and figures, culture, history, and tourist information.Category Kids and Teens School Time Europe Armenia......armenia culture. If you're unsure what the flavour of southwest Asiais, a quick look around Yerevan will tell you it's Middle Eastern
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If you were to classify the Caucasus by language, it could be broken up into three main groups - Caucasians, Indo-Europeans and Turks. Armenian is an Indo-European language, and are the largest group of Indo-European speakers in Caucasia. The family of languages is reckoned to have originated in western Turkey and spread west into Europe and east as far as India by 1000 BC. The speakers claim it is rich and beautiful. Armenians converted early to Christianity (the oldest churches were founded in the 4th century), and the head of the Armenian Orthodox Church, the Supreme Catholicos, lives in Echmiadzin. The Armenian rite, the Church's ritual of worship, includes ancient, rhythmical chants. It is the only ancient church that doesn't celebrate Christmas. Lamb is the staple meat, and kashlama , or boiled lamb, a specialty. The trout from Lake Sevan is excellent. Fruit and vegetables are generally not hard to find, despite the Azeri economic blockade. Beans, chickpeas, eggplant, yoghurt, tabouleh and other dishes common in the Middle East are the norm in Armenia. The local konyak , or brandy, is first rate, and it's claimed that Winston Churchill preferred the Armenian to the French variety.

3. Anahit: Visit Armenia: Culture
The spiritual culture of Armenia shares many aspects with that of ancient Iran;Persian influence being especially strong from Darius I's conquest of Armenia
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Armenia's Pre-Christian religion is sometimes classified as Zoroastrianism. However, it is disputable whether it is correct to label it Zoroastrianism as this does not take into consideration its earliest Indo-European origins, Sumerian links, as well as Assyrian , Babylonian and Hellenic influences; the latter being very strong from Alexander the Great's conquest of Mesopotamia in 331 BC to the rise of the Sassanid dynasty in Persia in 226 AD. Although Armenia was the first major kingdom to adopt Christianity, in 301 (314) AD, many rituals and symbols of the Pre-Christian era have prevailed to our times. As early as the 6th century AD, the Armenian Apostolic Church separated itself from the Church of Byzantium by rejecting the confession adopted at the council of Chalcedon, thus the Armenian Church has been spared from the reforms and splintering that Western Christianity has been through. After the Seljuk conquests and during the Age of Discoveries when trade along the Silk Road declined, Armenia lost its importance as a throughway for trade. The resulting isolation helped conserve the uniqueness of Armenian Culture. Even up into these last years of the 2nd millennium of the Christian Era, ancient symbols and rituals have prevailed in Armenian society. In this article I will discuss the use and origins of some symbols and rituals that are still in use today, namely the Tree of Life, vishapner (dragons), the Symbol of Eternity, worship of the Sun and Mount Ararat, animal sacrifice, 'Beauty and Motherhood Day,'as well as

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Population: 3,344,336 (July 2000 est.)
Nationality: noun: Armenian(s) adjective: Armenian Ethnic groups: Armenian 93%, Azeri 3%, Russian 2%, other (mostly Yezidi Kurds) 2% (1989) note: as of the end of 1993, virtually all Azeris had emigrated from Armenia

6. WorldRover - Culture Of Armenia
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Welcome to WorldRover's listing of country history and culture for Armenia. Check out the links below to find more information on the people and history of a country. On the right you can also find flag clip art and maps available for free download. Embassy information is also available for a number of countries around the world, however, please confirm all information. We hope to add additional links regarding the culture of Armenia as they become available. If you have a site or know of a site that should be added, please let us know. Thanks for visiting WorldRover's history, people, and culture site.
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    8. FSU New Issues - Armenia - Culture And Art Of Armenia
    Culture and Art of Armenia. Date of issue March 1995. Paper coated Printing processoffset Size 149 x 104 mm. Printing run 5.000 Catalogue number PSo7.
    Culture and Art of Armenia. Date of issue: March 1995. Paper: coated
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    Catalogue number: PSo7. The stamp: 90 (D). multicoloured. Tsar's family (fragment of illustration of book "Gospel of Echmiadzin", 989).
    The drawing shows page with illustration of "Tsar's family" from book "Gospel of Echmiadzin".
    Postal Stationery card For buying FSU stamps, Postal stationery and Postal History, please, see Classified Ads This page is a part of the FSU New Issues Catalogue , maintained by the Worldwide Society of Russian Philately

    9. First-Year Humanities Distribution Courses For Fall Academic Term 2002
    (4). (HU). AAPTIS 274 / ARMENIAN 274. armenia culture and Ethnicity. (3). (HU). ARMENIAN274 / AAPTIS 274. armenia culture and Ethnicity. (3). (HU).

    10. Race & Ethnicity For First-Year Students Fall Academic Term 2002
    Foreign Lit. AAPTIS 274 / ARMENIAN 274. armenia culture and Ethnicity. (3).(HU). ARMENIAN 274 / AAPTIS 274. armenia culture and Ethnicity. (3). (HU).

    11. CENTRAL ASIA AND THE CAUCASUS Journal Of Social And Political Studies
    armenia culture IN THE YEARS OF INDEPENDENCE. Azat EGIAZARIAN. AzatEgiazarian, D.Sc. (Philol.), professor, Director, Institute of
    Azat EGIAZARIAN Azat Egiazarian , D.Sc. (Philol.), professor, Director, Institute of Literature, Academy of Sciences of Armenia (Erevan, Armenia) Disintegration of the Soviet Union is a fact that cannot be described in simple or unambiguous terms. To my knowledge, there has yet been no work that could offer an objective and profound treatment of the subject. Emotional, one-sided assessments prevail, no matter positive or negative, which fail to reveal the true significance of the grandiose changes. I believe that we should pay attention to at least two circumstances. First, the event was sudden and revolutionary. We spent the years that have passed since then to talk about reforms—yet we lived through a revolution. No matter how strange this may seem, the early 1990s can be compared with 1917. In both cases the cardinal and revolutionary changes altered millions of lives of those who knew next to nothing of how to adjust to them. Market relations, the cult of private property and everything else connected with the new relations descended on people and created huge psychological problems for them. Poverty of the majority of population in the former Soviet republics made these problems an important part of people’s spiritual life. Please fill subscription form to obtain full text of this jounal js=0 js=1 js=2 js=3 HotLOG(927,js)

    12. Monthly Feature
    To find out more about armenia culture and civilization, visit the InternationalCenter’s Multicultural Library on the second floor of the house at 21
    Welcome to the International Center Library's Monthly Feature! This month we feature: Armenia The Armenian Church
    The origins of the Armenian Church date back to the period of apostolic evangelization. During the first centuries of Christianity, Armenia had close relations with the West where the new religion filtered in from. ..( more The Republic of Armenia lies in a triangular section of the Transcaucasus, bordered by Azerbaijan, Iran, Turkey and the Republic of Georgia. Ethnic Armenians comprise nearly 96 percent of the republic’s 3.6 million population, with the remainder being Kurds, Yezidis, Russians, Jews, Assyrians, and Greeks. The majority (68%) lives in urban areas. Click on the map to find out more about the geography and population of Armenia.
    Republic Square of Yerevan Armenian culture
    in beginning of development of Armenians as a folk had a strong influence of Shoumer and Accadian cultures. Probably this influenced on development of fine arts, cuneiform, even language of first Armenians. It had a great influence of Assyrian and Babylonian cultures. The true value of the Armenian Culture cannot be simplified into words, but perhaps its wisdom can be shared through sources that generate direct correlation with the Armenian heritage.
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    13. Hoppa - Culture In Armenia
    Culture in Armenia. The Noyan Tapan Highlights. Armenia, news, press,mass media, radio, TV, Advertising Agency , advertising, graphic
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    Links 5 links Asbarez Armenian Daily News Asbarez Armenian Daily News The Noyan Tapan Highlights The Noyan Tapan Highlights ... ETER Weekly See also: Culture in Eastern Europe and Balkans Everything in Armenia Everything Culture Media the World Armenia Yerevan Roberto Bourgonjen Created on 3 Apr 2003 22:52 AMST

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    Culture If you were to classify the Caucasus by language, it could be broken up into three main groups - Caucasians, Indo-Europeans and Turks. Armenian is an Indo-European language, and are the largest group of Indo-European speakers in Caucasia. The family of languages is reckoned to have originated in western Turkey and spread west into Europe and east as far as India by 1000 BC. The speakers claim it is rich and beautiful. Armenians converted early to Christianity (the oldest churches were founded in the 4th century), and the head of the Armenian Orthodox Church, the Supreme Catholicos, lives in Echmiadzin. The Armenian rite, the Church's ritual of worship, includes ancient, rhythmical chants. It is the only ancient church that doesn't celebrate Christmas. Lamb is the staple meat, and

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    16. Armenian Folk Arts, Culture, And Identity
    armenian Folk Arts, culture, and Identity Edited by Levon Abrahamian and Nancy Sweezy Photography editor Sam Sweezy A rich exploration of the history of armenian culture as seen through arts and artifacts. Museum of Ethnography of armenia. "This lushly illustrated reconstruction of armenian culture and society through its
    Armenian Folk Arts, Culture, and Identity
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    A rich exploration of the history of Armenian culture as seen through arts and artifacts.


    Vardanus Simoyan from the village of Tegh (Zangezur), wearing the traditional costume of Zangezur-Attsakh.
    Musical instrument maker Hakob Yeritsyan at his home in Yerevan, 1992.
    A 1998 postage stamp depicting the Eastern Armenian costume worn in Yerevan and Ayrarat province in the 19th century.
    Glazed pottery, Kyutahya (Turkey), 17th-18th centuries. Coutresy of the State Museum of Ethnography of Armenia. Choice O Contributors are: Levon Abrahamian, Hrachya Margaryan, Harutyun Marutyan, Hamlet Petrosyan, Hripsime Pikichian, Ashghuni Poghosyan, Svetlana Poghosyan, Anush Sharambeyan, and Aghasi Tadevosyan. Levon Abrahamian directs a research project at the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography, National Academy of Sciences of Armenia, and is visiting professor of anthropology at Yerevan State University. His research interests include symbolic anthropology, mythology, and Armenian ethnography. He is author of many publications in these fields, including Primitive Festival and Mythology (in Russian).

    17. Little Armenia - Armenian Community Of Hollywood, Los Angeles
    Promoting community culture, awareness, and participation. Offers poetry, recipes, posters, a selection of albums and song samples.
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    Los Angeles Visitors Bureau ... California Nearby Communities Los Feliz Silver Lake Echo Park West Hollywood ... Little Armenia goes to Hollywood The Year 1967 AD As an outcome of the fiftieth commemoration of the Genocide, in 1965 a group of Armenians in Southern California, representing all political and religious segments of the Armenian community, saw the need for erecting a memorial on public land honoring the victims of the Genocide. They established the Armenian Monument Council, which applied to the City of Montebello for a plot of land on which to build a suitable monument. After considerable discussion and several public hearings, Montebello offered a hilltop in Bicknell Park for the project. The groundbreaking took place in 1967, and construction was completed in time for the 1968 commemoration of April 24. Some 10,000 people attended, the largest gathering of Armenians in the United States to that date. Ever since, annual April 24 commemorations have taken place at the monument. It has become a focal point for Armenian visitors to Southern California. Learn More Armenian History Armenian Genocide Awareness Month April 1, 2003

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    Ceremony dedicated to the 11th anniversary of Khojali tragedy was held in St Petersburg Youth Palace by Azerbaijani Consulate in St Petersburg and Azerbaijani communities functioning in this town, February 22.
    Azerbaijan ruling party demands Khojaly tragedy to be assessed as genocide

    NEW AZERBAIJAN PARTY ADDRESSED INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS IN PROTEST MEETING New Azerbaijan Party held a protest meeting February 21 in Galaba (Victory) square in Baku together with NGOs and pro-authority political organizations.

    A demonstration dedicated to the 11th anniversary of the Khojaly genocide was held in Baku. The organizers of the demonstration was Qarabaq Freedom Organization and war veterans of the first Qarabaq war were chanting the slogans like: Kocharyan and Arkadiy Ghoukasyan are terrorists, Khojaly is our bloody history, Freedom to Qarabaq..

    A meeting dedicated to the 11th anniversary of the Khojali genocide was held in Baku 21 February. The meeting was opened by secretary of the Yeni Azerbaijan Party (YAP), MP Ali Ahmadov, who informed that tens of thousands representatives of the YAP, as well as a number of other parties, NOGs and public took part at the event.

    19. Culture
    armenia, culture, Back to Top. armenian written literature began in the 5th centuryAD, and monasteries became the principal centres of intellectual life.
    Country Info Armenia Introduction Armenia General Data Armenia Maps Armenia Culture ... Armenia Time and Date Armenia Culture Back to Top The country boasts a State Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet, several drama theatres, theatres for children, orchestras, a national dance company, and the Yerevan film studios, which produce feature, documentary, and science films. The traditional folk arts, especially singing, dancing, and artistic crafts, are popular. The 20th-century Armenian composer Aram Khachaturian achieved worldwide renown. The public libraries include the A.F. Myasnikyan State Public Library and the Matenadaran archives in Yerevan, which contain 10,000 Armenian manuscripts, the largest collection in the world. There are also a number of museums, including the State Historical Museum of Armenia. Armenian science, like its culture, has its roots in antiquity, but research institutions are a 20th-century development. The Armenian Academy of Sciences is composed of a number of institutes engaged in research problems in natural and social sciences. The radio broadcasting system has been operating since 1926, and the Yerevan television centre since 1956. Broadcasts and telecasts are conducted in Armenian, Russian, Azerbaijani, and Kurdish. Many newspapers and periodicals are published in Armenia, most of them in the Armenian language.
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    Check out an array of info on armenian art and culture. Find out about armenian painters, rugs, carpets, miniatures and maps. Syuniq, whose sincere More. armenia and Kharabagh Maps zoom able maps of armenia and Gharabagh, historical maps Mailing Lists discussing various armenia related topics, online
    Yerevan Time: 20:42 pm Choose location in USA in Armenia Armenian Painters
    Over 700 paintings of the most eminent Armenian Painters presented in this section, in our virtual thumbnailed gallery. You are welcome to read biographies and view brilliant works of Hovhannes (Ivan) Aivazovsky Martiros Saryan Minas Avetisian Hakob Hakobyan ... Gevorg Bashinjagyan and Pedros Malayan Armenian Rugs and Carpets
    From ancient times carpets and rugs have been regarded as a vital necessity in the Armenian domestic life. Armenian rugs, renowned in the remote Middle - Ages and even earlier, are proof of the fact that the Armenian people have played a most important role in the creation, development and perfection of rug making, one of the applied arts of the most ancient peoples of Asia Minor, the Middle East and the Transcaucasus... More Armenian Miniatures
    Miniature is one of those essential forms of medieval thinking in art, for which canons were elaborated for many centuries, which had absolute, universal value. The ability to express his own thoughts through this absolute value raises the medieval master to the level of individuality. There were such individualities in Armenian miniature painting. Among them may be mentioned Grigor Tatevatsi and the Anonymous Painter of Syuniq, whose sincere... More Armenia and Kharabagh Maps
    You are welcome to the zoom able maps of Armenia and Gharabagh, historical maps of Greater Haik by "Ashkharhatsuits", Arshakunians Kingdom, Greater Haik Kingdom, Western and Eastern Armenias...

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