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Fw: [ARMACAD] ACADEMIC VISITORS - Institute for the Study of the Anc

... From: Khachik Gevorgyan To: Armacad Sent: Sunday, 25 November, 2007 3:47:41
khachik.gevorgyan@...
Nov 25, 2007
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The Ancient-Urartu Group

For those who have just joined: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Ancient-Urartu/ I want to note that this is the only WORKING English speaking site on Urartu
George
Nov 17, 2007
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Hi everyone

I've just joined the group. My interest is mainly the Urartian army - I did study the subject many years ago at Birmingham Uni, and have kept an interest since
stev1485
Oct 12, 2007
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Increasing Interest In Ancient Civilizations

Every time I discuss my interest in pursuing a career in ancient civilization with the professors here at the University of Utah the same topic dominates our
Zacrey Monte Hansen
May 1, 2007
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Conference Update: Origins of Early Writing Systems: October 5 to 7

The conference committee wants to draw the attention of scholars to its updated website at . Aside from the update on the list
Chen Yiyi
May 1, 2007
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A New Arrival

Hello. Thank you for letting join your group. Currently I am a student at the University of Utah, hoping to get into a program that will accommodate my
Zacrey Monte Hansen
Apr 6, 2007
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New members have arrived....

Urartu group members: New members are coming on board. So I want to encourage members to post comments or thoughts about the great Urartu culture. I also
George
Apr 5, 2007
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NEW BOOKS!

FROM: July 29, 2004 3 new books has been added to the Armenian Electronic Library during the last 2 weeks. 1. Letters from the Scenes of the Recent Massacres
George
Mar 3, 2007
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Meder and the Medes // the Gutis

July 7, 2003 Dear Max, Meder means Meds. Meds were the first ethnical group in Iran, who created the first centralised system or state. The system of them
George
Mar 3, 2007
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Burial Customs

From January 2003 of the original group: Re: [Urartu] rock-graves Hello Nicolas, Zafer Derin who is professor in Ege University, Department of Archaeology,
George
Mar 3, 2007
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Deportations from Urartu

Re: [Urartu] Urartu Deportations to Other Parts of Syria? Dear George, Prof. Altan Cilingiroglu from Ege University, Izmir. Turkey, who is excavator of Ayanis
George
Mar 3, 2007
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BOOK: THE PEOPLE OF THE HILL by C. Burney

Re: [Urartu] Urartu Dear Sixofeight, You can read a classical book for Urartu and Eastern Anatolian and Caucasian Archaeology, that is The People of the Hills
George
Mar 3, 2007
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English or German books on Urartu

From June 2003 of the Old group Re: [Urartu] Urartu dear sixofeight, i àm just reading in german language - uratu,das reich am ararat - written by
George
Mar 3, 2007
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A post from August 6, 2002

Urartu group member, Kasm1970, sent this post to the original URARTU group. I thought I would forward this and other posts like this into this new group. I
George
Mar 3, 2007
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