|Series||Armenian library of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation|
|LC Classifications||HF408 M313 1956|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||248|
Author Manandyan, Hakob, Title The trade and cities of Armenia in relation to ancient world trade / H. A. Manandian ; translated from the 2d rev. ed. by Nina G. Garsoian. This well-established Blog is worth visiting on a regular basis for a wealth of information of interest to Armenian nationals and to the Armenian Diaspora world-wide. Although it has a particular role in promoting international recognition of the Genocide, the Blog encompasses much more and includes many articles of general appeal to all those. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle . The trade and cities of Armenia in relation to ancient world trade [by] H. A. Manandian. Translated from the 2d rev. ed. by Nina G. Garsoian.
Manandian, H. A. Tigrane II et Rome, trans. Thorossian, H.. Lisbon, Manandian, H. A. The Trade and Cities of Armenia in relation to ancient World Trade, trans. Garsoïan, N.. Lisbon, Trever, K. V. Ocherki po istorii kul'tury drevnei Armenii (Studies in the history of the culture of ancient Armenia).Cited by: the trade and cities of armenia in relation to ancient world trade. Manandian, H. A. () The Trade and Cities of Armenia in Relation to Ancient World Trade, tr. from 2nd edn by Garsoïan, N. G.. Lisbon Maricq, A. () ‘ Hatra de Sanatrouq ’, Syria 32Cited by: 1. This is chapter 4 from H. A. Manandian's important book (Erevan, ) The Trade and Cities of Armenia in Relation to Ancient World Trade, English translation by N. G. Garsoian (Lisbon, ).
The Bookstore is an important aspect of the Catholicosate mission, both in the cultural sense as well as income generating field. during the past years, the bookstock and bookstore departments were computerized and all books were recorded and enlisted. H. Manandean (H. A. Manandian), “Les invasions arabes en Arménie (Notes chronologiques),” Byzant , pp. Idem, The Trade and Cities of Armenia in Relation to Ancient World Trade, tr. from the 2nd rev. ed. by N. G. Garsoian, Lisbon, J. Markwart, “Die Genealogie der Bagratiden und das Zeitalter das Mar Abas und Ps. Armenian relations with other nations, cultures, and societies can be studied best by tracing the paths of Armenian merchants and travelers. Two excellent books on that subject are H.A. Manandian, The Trade and Cities of Armenia in Relation to Ancient World Trade, Nina G. Garsoian, tr. (Lisbon, ), and K.S. Papazian, Merchants from Ararat. The trade and cities of Armenia in relation to ancient world trade. Trans. from the 2nd rev. edn by N. G. Garsoı. Lisbon: Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Distributors Livraria : A. E. Redgate.