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Ancient Scripts: Armenian

... letters were well suited for the Old Armenian language. Two additional letters, "o" and "fe", were ... The Old Armenian language was the only written form of the language from the ...

www.ancientscripts.com/armenian.html

 

Classical Armenian Online

These online Language Introductions are designed to provide the ability to read early Indo-European texts, with or without the help of translations. This series covers Armenian texts, ca. 5th - 7th centuries A.D. ... Remnants of metal tools, weapons, and pottery have been found and preserved in museums in Armenia ... based, the legendary founder of the Armenian people described by Moses of Khoren ...

www.utexas.edu/cola/depts/lrc/eieol/armol-1-R.html

 

Armenian Language for NoN Armenian Speakers

... click on NLS icom to download Armenian National Language Support. Armenian text ( г"" ... These 39 letters present all the sounds of Armenian language. There is nearly ...

www.learnarmenian.com/NonArmenian/NonArmenian.cfm

 

Learn Armenian Online - Write or Speak in Armenian Language Exchange

Learn and practice your Armenian with a native speaker in a language exchange via email, text chat, and voice chat. Use free lesson plans. ... with a native speaker who is learning your language. Write or speak Armenian online to improve grammar or conversation ... Learning the real Armenian language (slang, expressions, etc ...

www.mylanguageexchange.com/Learn/Armenian.asp

 

 Armenian language

The Armenian language. Group. Single. Geography. Nowadays it is spoken by the Armenian people in Turkey and the Republic of Armenia, and in Armenian settlements elsewhere in the Middle East, Europe and the United States. History ... the spoken language: Eastern or Yerevan Armenian (the official language of the Armenian republic) and ...

www.indoeuro.bizland.com/tree/balk/armenian.html

 

Language & Literature

... It is a language alive. Armenian has its own unique alphabet, devised between 401-406 c.e ... Abovian, renowned for revolutionizing modern Armenian language and climbing Mount Ararat in ...

www.armeniaemb.org/DiscoverArmenia/LanguageLiterature

 

Armenian alphabet

Armenian alphabet. Origin. In about 404 or 406 AD, a cleric at the Armenian royal court by the name of Mesrop Mashtots (361-440 AD) invented the Armenian alphabet. ... Armenian, an Indo-European language spoken in Armenia, Iran, Georgia, Turkey, Azerbaijan and many other ... 6 million people. The Armenian name for the Armenian language is Hayeren ...

www.omniglot.com/writing/armenian.htm

 

Microsoft Word - Fate of the Armenian Language DISTRIB (PDF)

The Fate of the Armenian Language in the United States. Bert Vaux. Professor of Linguistics. Harvard University. Lecture presented at the Armenians of New England Conference. April 10, 1999 ... in their power to transmit Armenian language and culture to their children but to no avail ...

www.uwm.edu/~vaux/fate.pdf

 

Classical Armenian Online

These online Language Introductions are designed to provide the ability to read early Indo-European texts, with or without the help of translations. This series covers Armenian texts, ca. 5th - 7th centuries A.D. ... distinguishes two stages of the Armenian language: post-Classical, spanning the sixth and ... on linguistic similarities between the Armenian language and the Caucasian languages of ...

www.utexas.edu/cola/depts/lrc/eieol/armol-0-X.html

 

Origins of the Armenian Alphabet

ORIGINS OF THE ARMENIAN ALPHABET. The origins of the Armenian alphabet were derived after the official adoption of Christianity by King Tiridates III in 301 AD. ... it did not meet the needs of the Armenian language. According to tradition, while meditating in ... The Armenian language, reflecting its ancient legacy contains Caucasian roots and is ...

www.armenianheritage.com/lamesrob.htm

 

armeniankids.com

A fun way to teach children the Armenian language. Our 32 page color book teaches kids everyday Armenian words using pictures. We also offer other Armenian language products. ... kids of all ages to learn the Armenian language. Our main project, "My First Book of Armenian Words ... to read or write Armenian to learn the language. This book is ...

www.armeniankids.com

 

Language Overview: Armenian

Language Overview: Armenian Language Overview: Armenian Various descriptive and analytic texts regarding the Armenian language, drawn from the Rosetta 1,000 Language Archive. May contain one or more of the following text types: Demography, Maps...

www.rosettaproject.org:8080/live/search/detailedlanguagerecord?...

 

ARMENIAN HIGHLAND

ABOUT THE AUTHORS. THOMAS V. Gamkrelidze and V. V. IVANOV are the authors of The Indo-European Language and the Indo-Europeans, a two-volume work published in Russian in 1984; an English version is published by Mouton de Gruyter.

www.armenianhighland.com/homeland/chronicle120.html

 

Armenian loanwords in Turkish

... The Armenian words in Turkish language and the Turkish words in Armenian language were studied and ... volumes of etymological dictionary of Armenian, his 1100-page book dialectological ...

www.anarres.net/anatolia/ermenice.html

 

BASQUES AND ARMENIANS THE SECRET PAGES OF EUROPEAN CIVILIZATION

... expansion of own outlook, study armenian language,and has enterred in parisian ... under intriguing headline "Basque words in armenian language". The List noticed the parallels ...

www.stormfront.org/forum/showthread.php?t=167634

 

Urartu/Armenia

... Under Persian rule, the Urartaean language was replaced by the Armenian language. Probably, this was not ... and the common people spoke Armenian. When the Persians had conquered the ...

www.livius.org/arl-arz/armenia/armenia.html

 

ARMENIAN HIGHLAND

THE PLACE OF ARMENIA AND THE ARMENIAN LANGUAGE. This inference is supported by what is known about the portion of the Indo-European community that remained after the Anatolian family had broken away. ... The first to branch off was the Greek-Armenian-Indo-lranian language community. It must have begun to do ...

www.armenianhighland.com/homeland/chronicle123.html

 

SEELRC : Armenian Webliography

Webliographies. Armenian. "Your One-Stop Cyber-Resource for Foreign Language Typefaces and Keyboard Utilities.. ... Links to primary Armenian language search engines and gateways ... List of online resources available for Armenian language. Updated regularly. Armenian Language and Alphabet ...

www.seelrc.org/webliography/armenian.ptml

 

Armenian alphabet

Armenian alphabet. Origin. In about 404 or 406 AD, a cleric at the Armenian royal court by the name of Mesrop Mashtots (361-440 AD) invented the Armenian alphabet. ... 440 AD) invented the Armenian alphabet. He modelled the Armenian alphabet very losely on the Greek alphabet and ...

www.omniglot.com/writing/armenian.htm

 

Wikipedia: Armenian alphabet

The Armenian alphabet is an alphabet used for writing the Armenian language, created by Saint Mesrop Mashtots in AD 406. ... donations keep Wikipedia running! Armenian alphabet From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ... the prototype for the Armenian alphabet, including Pahlavi, Syriac, and Phoenician ...

www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armenian_alphabet

 

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