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by George A. Bournoutian

eBook A Concise History of the Armenian People: From Ancient Times to the Present epub
  • ISBN: 1568591411
  • Author: George A. Bournoutian
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Humanities
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Mazda Pub; 2nd edition (July 1, 2002)
  • Pages: 499 pages
  • ePUB size: 1334 kb
  • FB2 size 1203 kb
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A Concise History of the. has been added to your Cart. I am taking a class on Armenian history.

A Concise History of the. Bournoutian is an excellent scholar, and gives a very detailed overview of Armenia's history up until the present day. In a few years this book may be obsolete due to the political climate which Armenia has always had, yet it has given an excellent view into a culture whose value and importance is not known about very well- both by Armenians and non-Armenians.

Bournoutian, George A. Publication date. and Byzantine Rule ; A people of the book : Armenia under Arab domination ; A land of many crowns : the Bagratuni dynasty and the Armenian medieval kingdoms ; East meets west : the Cicilian kindgom of Armenia ; From majority to minority : Armenia under Seljuk, Mongol and Turkmen domination - From foreign rule to independence. Amiras and Sultans : Armenians in the Ottoman Empire ; Khojas, Meliks and Shahs : Armenians in Iran (ca. 1500-1896) ; From the Mughals to the Raj : Armenians in the Indian subcontinent ; Protected minorities : Armenian.

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A Concise History of the Armenian People: From Ancient Times to the Present George A. A Concise History of the Armenian People: From Ancient Times to the Present George A. Bournoutian. 1807-1828 (out o f print) The Khanate o f Erevan under Qajar Rule, 1795-1828 A History o f Qarabagh (out o f print) A History o f the Armenian People, I: From Prehistory to 1500 AD (out o f print) A History o f the Armenian People II: From 1500 to the Present (out o f print) Armenians and Russia

George Bournoutian is also an avid world traveler Turkish Translation of A Concise History of the Armenian People, Istanbul, 2011.

George Bournoutian is also an avid world traveler. He is fluent in Armenian, Persian, Russian, and Polish, and has a reading command of French He has accompanied his senior and graduate students on annual trips to Armenia and Transcaucasia, the Middle East, Africa, Southeast Asia, Australia, South and Central America and Antarctica. Turkish Translation of A Concise History of the Armenian People, Istanbul, 2011. A Brief History of the Aghuank& Region, 1702-1723 (Esayi Hasan Jalaleants&. History of Ganje and Karabagh by Catholicos Esayi.

He has published eight previous books with Mazda Press, several of them critical English translations of chronicles and documents in Persian, Armenian, and Russian. Obviously, he is well read both in the primary as well as the secondary sources.

Book by Bournoutian, George . Just finished reading George Bournoutian's "A Concise History of the Armenian People. It's always good to read, and be refreshed by, the tragic yet rich, ancient and proud heritage of my people. Edik Baghoumian rated it it was amazing Sep 28, 2012. Alexandra rated it liked it Mar 30, 2013. Megan rated it it was ok Jul 07, 2018. Mirna Alshaltan Hisqel rated it it was amazing Jan 28, 2019. Josh rated it liked it Sep 07, 2010.

George A. Mazda Publishers, 2002 - 499 sivua. The study concludes with lengthy chapters on the history of the three Armenian republics (1918-1920); (1921-1991Soviet Armenia); and the current Armenian republic (1991-2001). The first part of the study discusses the origins of the Armenians, the Urartian Kingdom, Armenia and the Achaemenid, Seleucid, Parthian, Roman, Sasanid and Byzantine periods. It also examines Christinaity in Armenia and the development of an alphabet and literature. The work then continues with the history of Armenia during the Arab, Turkish and Mongol periods. From Ancient Times to the Present. by George A. Published July 2002 by Mazda Publishers. A Concise History of the Armenian People. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove A Concise History of the Armenian People from your list? A Concise History of the Armenian People.

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Comments: (3)
Cobyno
Okay. I'll admit that this reads like a college history book. Not my favorite genre. That being said, it is really hard to find a source to learn the history of this particular heritage. From home of the rebirth of humankind after Noah's arc came to rest on the top of Mount Ararat in what came to be ancient Armenia to the near annihilation of the Armenians as a whole in a series of spontaneous then organized progroms, the success of which encouraged Nazi Germany in their endeavors, this is a good source to learn about an interesting and resilient people. Not an easy read, but it is fascinating to anyone interested in this topic.
Best West
I am thoroughly loving this book. At times it can read like a college book but the information is great! Non bias, all legitimate interpretations are told and all organized in a way that makes the history make sense.
Helldor
I am taking a class on Armenian history. Both this book and the class is new. While the book shows a lot of signs that any first edition textbook would have, beyond its syntactical muddleness, it is an excellent book. Bournoutian is an excellent scholar, and gives a very detailed overview of Armenia's history up until the present day. In a few years this book may be obsolete due to the political climate which Armenia has always had, yet it has given an excellent view into a culture whose value and importance is not known about very well-- both by Armenians and non-Armenians. From it, I learned a great deal about a nation that I knew of (as I am not actually Armenian) but knew little about. It saddens me deeply that Armenian culture and history is not something people are taught about in American schools, as this fascinating group of people is almost never mentioned alongside contemporaries, and it is my personal hope that one day people will recognize Armenia past and present for her deserved significance.
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