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Aristakes Lastivertc'i's History of the Armenians

Aristakes Lastivertc'i's History of the Armenians

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Published by Robert G. Bedrosian
Armenian History, 1000-1071, Medieval Armenia, Byzantium. Aristakes was an 11th century Armenian cleric and historian. His History was written between 1072 and 1079, and describes the events of 1000-1071, including information on Byzantine-Armenian relations, the Saljuq invasions, and the T'ondrakian movement in the Armenian Church. Translated from Classical Armenian.
Armenian History, 1000-1071, Medieval Armenia, Byzantium. Aristakes was an 11th century Armenian cleric and historian. His History was written between 1072 and 1079, and describes the events of 1000-1071, including information on Byzantine-Armenian relations, the Saljuq invasions, and the T'ondrakian movement in the Armenian Church. Translated from Classical Armenian.

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Aristakes Lastivertc'i's
 History
Translated from Classical Armenianby Robert Bedrosian
To the memory of my aunt Sahakanush (Mary) Der Bedrosian
Sources of the Armenian Tradition (New York, 1985)
This translation is in the public domain. It may be copied and distributed freely.Translator's PrefaceA Note on PaginationAt rbedrosian.com:Chronological TablesMapsChapter 1.Events in the Land of the Armenians.Chapter 2.Concerning the Armenian Kingdom.Chapter 3.How the Emperor Turned Back a Second Time on the Land of Tayk' where the Georgian Troopswere Defeated.Chapter 4.Concerning the Last War at Shghp'ay.Chapter 5.The Reign of Constantine.Chapter 6.How Romanus Ruled.Chapter 7.The Taking of the City of Edessa.
 
Chapter 8.The Death of Romanus.Chapter 9.The Reign of Michael.Chapter 10.The Reign of Theodosius' Son, Constantine, Called Monomachus.Chapter 11.Regarding the Destruction which Took Place in the Basen District and on the Mountain calledSmbat's Mountain.Chapter 12.Regarding the Merciless Destruction of Arcn.Chapter 13.Regarding the Great War Which Occurred on the Plain of Basen, Where the Byzantines WereDefeated.Chapter 14.How Long the Patriarch Petros Remained in Constantinople, or How He Returned.Chapter 15.Regarding How Terribly the City Called Kars Was Struck.Chapter 16.Regarding the Sultan's Arrival.Chapter 17.The End of Monomachus' Reign.Chapter 18.The Reign of Theodora (Meaning, "God-Given").Chapter 19.The Destruction and Inestimable Ruin of Mesopotamia and Its Cities.Chapter 20.The Reign of Comnenus.Chapter 21.
 
The Destruction of the Shahastan City, Melitene [Malatya].Chapter 22.Concerning the Evil Sect of the T'ondrakeans Which Appeared in Hark' District and AgitatedMany People.Chapter 23.How That Fire of Heresy Also Inflamed the Borders of Mananaghi.Chapter 24.How the World Renowned City of Ani was Massacred by the Sword.Chapter 25.Concerning the King of the Greeks Who Was Arrested by the King of Persia.Colophon of This Book.

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