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The Cathedral and Churches of Echmiatsin and the Archaeological Site of Zvartnots
- UNESCO World Heritage Site description and petition.
- An exhibit about Francis Willey Kelsey's work in Armenia in 1919 to 1920, particularly on ancient habitation in Cilicia.
Dr. Stone Expedition in Armenia
- Videos, images, and reports from the excavation in Armenia showing Jewish tombstones from the 13th and early 14th centuries.
Exploration and Survey of Pleistocene Hominid Sites in Armenia and Karabagh
- Recent discoveries in the Caucasus region indicate that hominids occupied this area over a period of nearly two million years. The earliest hominids outside Africa are known from the Georgian site of Dmanisi in the southern Caucasus.
Jews in Medieval Armenia
- A bibliography of sources on the discovery of a Jewish cemetery in Armenia.
Prof. Stone visits the ARC and lectures in Detroit
- Nearly 200 interested people, both from the Armenian American and the Jewish American communities, attended a lecture by Dr Michael E. Stone on February 4, 2002 on "Stones from the River: The Lost Jews of Armenia."
Project ArAGATS - The Archaeology and Geography of Ancient Transcaucasian States
- A joint Armenian-American archaeological research project to understand the transformation of early Transcaucasian societies from small pastoral and agricultural communities during the 3rd millennium B.C. into organized provinces of empires less than two thousand years later.
UNESCO: Monasteries of Haghpat and Sanahin
- World Heritage Centre. Photos, description, maps and documents.
UNESCO: Monastery of Geghard and the Upper Azat Valley
- World Heritage Centre. Photograph, description, maps and documents.
The Unexpected Discovery of Vestiges of the Medieval Armenian Jews
- An article by Kevin Alan Brook discussing the unexpected discovery in 1996 of Jewish graves by an Armenian bishop, Abraham Mkrtchyan.
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