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   Early Armenia: 900 B.C. - 500 A.D.

The earliest history of Armenia is full of mysteries and sounds more like a legend than history proper...


Medival Armenia and Cilicia. Part I: 830 - 1095

In the year 656, Armenia was overrun by the expanding Arabs and became part of the Arab Caliphate that by that time included all of the Middle East, North Africa and parts of  more


Medival Armenia and Cilicia. Part II:  1096 - 1230

The year of 1096 signaled the beginning of the Crusades and  great changes in the Middle East. The Crusaders established their own states in Palestine and Syria and assisted East Roman (Byzantine) empire to draw Seljuk Turks from some of her former Asian provinces...

In the second quarter of the 13th century the South Caucasus and Asia Minor faced the invasion of the Mongols. By the year 1250, most of the area fell to the Mongols including Georgia, all Armenian lands of the South Caucasus and Central Anatolia.



An independent Armenian Kingdom during the early second millenium, the Armenian presence in this Mediterranean coast region had a large Armenian population until the Armenian Genocide and the final expulsion of Armenians by the forces of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk...

















































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