The Armenian Kingdom in Cilicia During the Crusades The Integration of Cilician Armenians with the Latins, 1080-1393
The Man in the Panther's Skin
Ancient Christianity in the Caucasus
Armenian Sacred and Folk Music
The Literature of Georgia A History
The Kingdom of Armenia New Edition
By Jacob Ghazarian
October 26, 2000
This unique study bridges the history of the Crusades with the history of Armenian nationalism and Christianity. To the Crusaders, Armenian Christians presented the only reliable allies in Anatolia and Asia Minor, and were pivotal in the founding of the Crusader principalities of Edessa, Antioch, ...
By Nicholas Awde, Muhammad Galaev
November 27, 1996
This guide is a simple means of sharing the Chechen language and culture with speakers of English. It makes no claim to be a linguistic research tool, but is provided as a practical aid for the first steps in communication with an intentionally easy-to-use pronunciation system.This is the first ...
By Mzia Ebanoidze, John Wilkinson
August 03, 2016
A remarkable record of a pilgrimage through Turkey, Greece and the Levant. The Introduction examines the historical background to his travels and life, which ended in poverty and exile. Also included are a historically annotated gazetteer and extensive bibliography....
By Nicholas Awde
February 29, 2016
Papers covering the history, religion and culture of the Armenian people, from the 10th anniversary conference of the Association Internationale des Etudes Armeniennes held at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London....
By Komitas Vardapet Komitas, Vrej N Nersessian, Vrej N. Nersessian
February 29, 2016
Translated by E. Gulbekian, edited with introduction by N.V. Nersessian. Komitas Vardapet was the giant of Armenian sacred and folk music. Eight of Komitas's principal musicological studies have been selected from his Collected Works published in Yerevan in 1941....
By R. A. At'ayan, Vrej N Nersessian, Vrej N. Nersessian
December 18, 2015
The study of the Armenian system of notation called Khazs (Neumes) is of significance both for Armenian and Byzantine music from a historical and aesthetic point of view. Over the centuries the Armenian people have created a musical culture which is largely inaccessible because of the fact that to ...
By David Lewis
May 16, 2014
Based on interviews with people throughout Siberia, Central Asia and European Russia about their spiritual experiences, this book brings together insights into the 'religious' worldview of those who claim to be Buddhist, Muslim, Christian, pagan or even 'atheist'. Throughout the ex-Soviet Union ...
By Donald Rayfield
August 16, 2000
The first comprehensive and objective history of the literature of Georgia, revealed to be unique among those of the former Byzantine and Russian empires, both in its quality and its 1500 years' history. It is examined in the context of the extraordinarily diverse influences which affected it - ...
By Vrej N Nersessian, Vrej N. Nersessian
October 20, 1997
Covers a comprehensive range of periodicals - well over 165 in all....
By Mack Chahin
December 21, 2001
While the majority of contemporary works on Armenia concentrate on the modern era, The Kingdom of Armenia takes its beginning in the third century BC, with the ancient literate peoples of Mesopotamia who had commercial interests in the land of Armenia, and continues with a comprehensive overview ...