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Eugène Lacoste's Sketches of Ancient Armenian Costumes | Art-A-Tsolum

Eugène Lacoste's Sketches of Ancient Armenian Costumes | Art-A-Tsolum

This recipe of Tahini Rolls or Bread comes directly from famous ancient Armenian Cuisine. It was cooked in Constantinople (Istanbul) long before Armenian Genocide. It is easy to deliver... Try it

Armenian Recipe - Tahini ROLLS - Tahini Bread

This recipe of Tahini Rolls or Bread comes directly from famous ancient Armenian Cuisine. It was cooked in Constantinople (Istanbul) long before Armenian Genocide. It is easy to deliver.

Ancient Armenian chariot race

Ancient Armenian chariot race

Ani is an ancient Armenian city but today it is located on the territory of Turkey. Founded over 1600 years ago it became the capital of the Armenian Kingdom of Ani.

Maybe there can be ruins like this in the deadliest desert. hiding the entrance for the Cave of Wonders.

I recently stumbled upon some interesting sketches of Armenian costumes from the 2nd to 3rd century AD. These sketches by Eugène Lacoste (from 1877-1878) depict ancient Armenian costumes, for usage in theaters for the opera about Saint Polyeuctus. Polyeuctus according Christian tradition was an ancient Roman saint who lived in the early 3rd century AD. Christian tradition states that he was a …

Sketches of Ancient Armenian Costumes by Eugène Lacoste - PeopleOfAr

Ancient Armenian cities as recorded by the Greeks and Romans | PeopleOfAr

Ancient Armenian cities as recorded by the Greeks and Romans

Ancient Armenian cities as recorded by the Greeks and Romans - PeopleOfAr

Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, stands near Chaldoran, north of Tehran

The world's most expensive holiday: Luxury trip visits 962 sites, takes two years... and costs a cool £1MILLION

Iran's Black Church, an ancient Armenian Christian place of worship, stands near Chaldoran, north of Tehran Iran Traveling Center irantravelingcent.

The Ancient Armenian Kingdom in the 1st century of the Common Era (CE).

Map of Armenia and the Roman client states in eastern Asia Minor, ca. 50 AD, before the Roman-Parthian War and the annexation of the client kingdoms into the Empire

Some of Armenian eternity/infinity symbols in ancient Armenian churches…  The rosette that’s come to be known as “The Eternal Flower” is a symbol produced throughout Armenian antiquity. It found its way into Armenian Orthodoxy, showing up in churches, on stone crosses (“khatchkars”), across the pages of illuminated manuscripts, and in contemporary art, jewelery, and decor. It signifies life everlasting, an endless cycle of rebirth; illustrating that there is no end, only transformation.

Some of Armenian eternity/infinity symbols in ancient Armenian churches… The…

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