2 edition of Armenia in the cultural context of east and west found in the catalog.
Armenia in the cultural context of east and west
Al. A. KК»alantК»aryan
|Other titles||Hayastani merdzavor arevelkʻi ,mshakutʻayin hamatekʻstum, IV-XIV darer|
|Statement||A. Kʻalantaryan ... [et al]|
|LC Classifications||DK683 .K353 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||185 p. :|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||2012368778|
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Western Asia—or simply West Asia—is the westernmost subregion of includes Anatolia, the Arabian Peninsula, Iran, Mesopotamia, the Levant region, the island of Cyprus, the Sinai Peninsula, and region is considered to be separated from Africa by the Isthmus of Suez in Egypt, and separated from Europe by the waterways of the Turkish Straits and the watershed of the. Early Armenian migrations to Cilicia Cilicia under Tigranes the Great. Armenian presence in Cilicia dates back to the first century BC, when under Tigranes the Great, the Kingdom of Armenia expanded and conquered a vast region in the 83 BC, the Greek aristocracy of Seleucid Syria, weakened by a bloody civil war, offered their allegiance to the ambitious Armenian king.
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