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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."
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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