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Historical Atlas of Armenia. ISBN 10: 0961793309, ISBN 13: 9780961793302. All information is presented in English and Armenian. Includes a brief history of Armenia. Published by Armenian Natl Education Committee. Condition: Very Good Soft cover. From Broad Street Books (Branchville, NJ, . Different maps highlight the various natural features of the land. Many maps cover ancient history Special maps and text pages study the Genocide. New York: Armenian National Education Committee, 1987. paperback, Oblong format: about . 5 inches tall by 1. wide, 50 pages.
The Atlas was published under the auspices of His Eminence Archbishop Oshagan Choloyan, Prelate of the Eastern Prelacy of the Armenian Apostolic Church of America, on the 500th anniversary of Armenian printing. The cost was underwritten through the generous donation of the Hagopian family of Providence, . in memory of their parents, Ervant and Serpouhi Hagopian.
All information is presented in English and Armenian. Different maps highlight the various natural features of the land
All information is presented in English and Armenian. New York: Armenian National Education Committee.
The other introductions are in English. This section holds maps of the administrative divisions. This section holds a short summary of the history of the area of present-day Armenia, illustrated with maps, including historical maps of former countries and empires that included present-day Armenia. Armenia regains independence in 1991.
Armenia lies in the highlands surrounding the Biblical mountains of Ararat. The original Armenian name for the country was Hayk, later Hayastan (Armenian: Հայաստան), translated as the land of Haik, and consisting of the name of the ancient Mesopotamian god Haya (ha-ià) and the Persian suffix '-stan' ("land"). The historical enemy of Hayk (the legendary ruler of Armenia), Hayastan, was Bel, or in other words Baal (Akkadian cognate Bēlu). A. N. E. New York, 1987, Pp. 52. George Bournoutian. A History of the Armenian People, Volume I: Pre-History to 1500 AD, Mazda Publishers, Costa Mesa, 1993, Pp. 174. John Douglas. The Armenians, J. J. Winthrop Corp. v. t. States in late medieval Anatolia (after 1071).
ANEC's Historical Atlas of Armenia It opens with an overview of Armenian historical geography, followed by a second section on Armenian cultural heritage
ANEC's Historical Atlas of Armenia. The Atlas combines three books in one: a book of historical geography (maps), a book of history (text), and a book of illustrated history (photographs). It opens with an overview of Armenian historical geography, followed by a second section on Armenian cultural heritage. The main section of the book is the third, which introduces compact chapters on Armenian history from its origins to 1991.