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ARMENIAN STATE GOVERNANCE IN THE EPOCHS OF THE KINGDOMS OF GREAT ARMENIA AND CILICIA

By: Yuri Suvaryan, Academician-Secretary of the Department of Armenology and Social Sciences, NAS RA

ISSUE 1,   2015 / Demography and Governance

THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE ACCORDING TO THE TESTIMONIES OF THE EYEWITNESS SURVIVORS

By: Verjiné Svazlian, Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography of NAS RA

ISSUE 1,   2015 / Documents: Armenian Genocide

THE HEROIC BATTLE OF MOUSSA LER ACCORDING TO THE TESTIMONIES OF THE EYEWITNESS SURVIVORS

By: Verjiné Svazlian, Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography of NAS RA

ISSUE 2,   2015 / History

THE SELF-DEFENSIVE BATTLES FOR SURVIVAL OF THE WESTERN ARMENIANS DURING THE YEARS OF THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE (1915-1923) ACCORDING TO THE TESTIMONIES OF THE EYEWITNESS SURVIVORS

By: Verjiné Svazlian, Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography of NAS RA

ISSUE 1 (3) 2016 / History

THE ADANA MASSACRE AND THE PEOPLE’S HISTORICAL MEMORY

By: Verjiné Svazlian, Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography of NAS RA

ISSUE 1 (9) 2019 / Archaeology and Etnography

KOMITAS VARDAPET AND MUSIC-THERAPY IN MEDIEVAL ARMENIA

By: Vardumyan A.D., Musicologist, Researcher of Matenadaran,
Scientific Research Institute of Ancient Manuscripts
named after Mesrop Mashtots

ISSUE 2,   2015 / Arts and Architecture

THE RELATIONSHIPS OF SECULAR AND SPIRITUAL POWERS IN THE ARMENIAN KINGDOM OF CILICIA 1240’s-50’s

By: Tinoyan D. F, PhD in History

ISSUE 1 (5) 2017 / Philosophy and Law

THE ARMENIAN TRANSLATION (1210 A. D.) OF THE CHRONICLE OF HUGO DE SANCTO VICTORE

By: Ter-Vardanyan G. H., Doctor of Sciences (in History)

ISSUE 1 (5) 2017 / Philology

THE CONTRIBUTION OF RUBEN GASPARYAN TO THE FIELD OF RESEARCH OF THE CILICIAN ARMENIANS’ HISTORY (THE END OF THE 19TH AND THE BEGINNING OF THE 20TH CENTURY)

By: Ruben Sahakyan, Institute of History, NAS RA

ISSUE 2 (4) 2016 / History

ANALYSIS OF THE TURKISH PROGRAM OF THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE

By: Ruben Safrastyan, Institute of Oriental Studies, NAS RA

ISSUE 1,   2015 / History