Armenians

Earliest record: -1250
Last record: 1970

Language family: Other

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YearsAction
-1250-1150Conquered [1]
-1250-575Located in
-575Migrated to
-5751970Located in
700800Partial migration to [2]
755Were resettled in [3]
1022Partial migration to [4]
10801100Partial migration to [4]
10801222Located in
1222Contracted from [4]
12221914Located in
19141923Partial migration to [5]

Location Info

  1. N Anatolia; incl:Troy and Bogazkoy.
  2. {N Anatolia; incl:Troy and Bogazkoy} *{316-6}*
  3. Urartu (essentially historical Armenia).
  4. {Urartu (essentially historical Armenia} *{900-57}*
  5. W Macedonia, YU
  6. Thracian border with BG
  7. Sivas (AM)
  8. Cilicia (Little Armenia =Taurus & Antitaurus area of AM; SE AM).
  9. {Cilicia (Little Armenia =Taurus & Antitaurus area of AM; SE AM).} *{236-13}*
  10. W Taurus area (AM) including Silifke.
  11. {Cilicia (Little Armenia =Taurus & Antitaurus area of AM; SE AM).} - {W Taurus area (AM) including Silifke.} *{236-13} - {236-22}*
  12. W TR & across Black Sea to Europe.

References

  1. Migrations in the Eastern Meditteranean c. 1250 to 1150 B.C. 1979. pp. 67, No. 3. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  2. Vlahovia, Petar. 1983. Ethnical characteristics of West Macedonia. [Serbo-Croat with English summary] Etnoloski Pregled (Revue d'ethnologie) 19:49-59.
  3. Vernadsky, George. 1943. Ancient Russia. Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut. 425 pp.
  4. Talbot Rice, T. 1963. Die Seldschuken. M. DuMont Schauberg, Cologne. 252 pp.
  5. Movements of Peoples. 1979. pp. 265, No. 3. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.