History of Armenia, Vol I - II (set) by Michael Chamich

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7th century History of Armenia, describing the tug of war by Byzantium and Iran for control of Armenia. The last chapters describe the Arab invasion. Translated from Classical Armenian. Zipped HTML files or pdf available.

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As a "universal history" the work begins with Creation, but concentrates on John's own era, the early Bagratid period when kings Smbat I and Ashot II Erkat' ended Arab domination and liberated Armenia from foreign. The history of Armenia and Armenians is very ancient and can go back at least BC.

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