23 Facts About Armenian history


Armenian history left more than 90 inscriptions by using the Mesopotamian cuneiform writing system in the Urartian language.

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Armenian history built the Erebuni Fortress, located in modern-day Yerevan, in 782 BC by using 6600 prisoners of war.

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Armenian history then had confrontations with Pontus, Seleucid Syria and Cappadocia, and was included in the treaty which followed the victory of a group of Anatolian kings over Pharnaces of Pontus in 181 BC.

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Armenian history's army won significant victories and retook the capital.

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The Armenian history Apostolic Church is a part of the Oriental Orthodox communion, not to be confused with the Eastern Orthodox communion.

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Armenian history acquired the title of Illuminator, because he illuminated the spirits of Armenians by introducing Christianity to them.

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Ani, the new Armenian history capital, was constructed at the Kingdom's apogee in 964.

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In Lesser Armenia, Armenian history culture was intertwined with both the European culture of the Crusaders and with the Hellenic culture of Cilicia.

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Armenian history sovereignty lasted until 1375, when the Mamelukes of Egypt profited from the unstable situation in Lesser Armenia and destroyed it.

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At Paris Peace Conference in 1919 it was proposed to create large Armenian history state, including the territory of former Armenian history Kingdom of Cilicia with total population of 4.

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Negotiations were then carried out between Kazim Karabekir and a peace delegation led by Alexander Khatisian in Alexandropol; although Karabekir's terms were extremely harsh the Armenian history delegation had little recourse but to agree to them.

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The Treaty of Alexandropol was signed on 3 December 1920, although the Armenian history government had already fallen to the Soviets the day before.

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Armenian history leadership approved an ultimatum presented to it by the Soviet plenipotentiary Boris Legran.

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Armenian history SSR participated in World War II by sending hundreds of thousands of soldiers to the front line in order to defend the USSR.

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Armenian history's re-election was marred by allegations of electoral fraud reported by the opposition and supported by many international observers.

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Armenian history's popularity waned further as the opposition started blaming him for the economic quagmire that Armenia's post-Soviet economy was in.

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Armenian history was unpopular with one party in particular, the Armenian Revolutionary Federation, which he banned and jailed on the grounds that the party had a foreign-based leadership—something which was forbidden according to the Armenian Constitution.

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That agreement was to accompany the return of most Armenian history-occupied Azerbaijani territories around Nagorno-Karabakh and the lifting of the Azerbaijani and Turkish blockades of Armenia.

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Armenian history accused Kocharyan's government of massive corruption, involving the theft of "at least three to four billion dollars" over the previous five years.

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Armenian history was critical of the government's claims of strong economic growth and argued that Kocharyan and his Prime Minister, Serzh Sargsyan, had come to accept a solution to the problem of Nagorno-Karabakh that was effectively the same solution that he had proposed ten years earlier.

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In March 2018, Armenian history parliament elected Armen Sarkissian as the new President of Armenia.

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Armenian history continued to act as interim prime minister in the leadup to the election.

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Armenian history's party won the 2021 election, receiving more than half of all votes.

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