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Dear Reader,

(including all its subsidiary (and/or sister) pages on "coombs.anu.edu.au" server) has permanently ceased its publishing operations on Friday 21st January 2011.

All of the online resources reported here have been thoroughly checked at the time of their listing. However, it is possible that, with the with the passage of time, many of the originally reported materials might have been removed from the Internet, or changed their online address, or varied the scope and quality of their contents.

Fortunately, in several cases it is possible to access many of the older versions of the resources listed in the MONITOR. This can be easily done via the free services of the "The Internet Archive" http://web.archive.org/, a remarkable brainchild of Brewster Kahle, San Francisco, CA.

- with warm regards -

Editor, Dr T. Matthew Ciolek.

Canberra, 21 January 2011.

01 December 2004

Armenian History Workshop


Robert G. Bedrosian, Long Branch, NJ, US

Site contents:
* 5th Century (P'awstos Buzandac'i's "History of the Armenians:, Ghazar P'arbec'i's "History of the Armenians"); * 7th Century (Anonymous "The Primary History of Armenia or History of the Ancestors", Sebeos' "History"); * 10th Century (John Mamikonean's "History of Taron"); * 11th Century (Aristakes Lastivertc'i's "History"); * 12-13th Century ("The Georgian Chronicle", Mkhitar Gosh's "Fables (belles lettres);", and Index to the "Fables"); * 13th Century (Kirakos Gandzakets'i's "History of the Armenians", Grigor Aknerts'i's "History of the Nation of Archers [Mongols]"); * 14th Century (Het'um the Historian's "History of the Tartars [The Flower of Histories of the East]"); * 15th Century (T'ovma Metsobets'i's "History of Tamerlane and His Successors").
SELECTED WRITINGS [by R. Bedrosian - ed.] * Eastern Asia Minor and the Caucasus in Ancient Mythologies (1993); * Soma among the Armenians (2000); * The Sparapetut'iwn in Armenia in the 4-5th Centuries (1983); * Dayeakut'iwn in Ancient Armenia (1984); * China and the Chinese according to 5-13th Century Classical Armenian Sources (1981); * The Turco-Mongol Invasions and the Lords of Armenia in the 13th-14th Centuries (1979).
* Rulers of Armenia and of Western and Eastern Empires (Rulers of Armenia (to 1375), Western Empires: Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine (to 1453), Eastern Empires: Iranian, Arab, Saljuq, Mongol, Timurid, Ottoman (to 1481));
* Rulers of Iberia/Georgia (Rulers of Iberia/Georgia (to 1505)); * Kat'oghikoi and Corresponding Secular Rulers of the Armenians (Kat'oghikoi of Armenia (to 1515); Rulers of Armenia (1st through 14th Centuries)); * Hellenistic Dynasties (Dynasties of Egypt and Syria Ptolemies and Seleucids, Dynasties of Pontus, Bithynia, Cappadocia, and Commagene);
* Rulers of the Mongol Empires (Houses of Chingiz, Hulegu, Jochi, and Chaghatai).
[R. Bedrosian (B.A., History, Tufts University, 1971. M.A., History, Columbia University, 1976) holds a Ph.D from Columbia University for his 1979 dissertation "The Turco-Mongol Invasions and the Lords of Armenia in the 13-14th Centuries." He also holds Certificate in Data Processing, Control Data Institute, 1980. - ed.]


Internet Archive

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