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Armenians


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    • found: Dickson, P. Labels for locals, 2006:(Armenia (Republic of Armenia): Armenians)
    • found: The world factbook online, Apr. 30, 2015(Armenia. Location: Southwestern Asia, between Turkey (to the west) and Azerbaijan; note - Armenia views itself as part of Europe; geopolitically, it can be classified as falling within Europe, the Middle East, or both; nationality: noun: Armenian(s); adjective: Armenian)
    • found: Britannica online, Aug. 5, 2016(Armenia, country of Transcaucasia, lying just south of the great mountain range of the Caucasus and fronting the northwestern extremity of Asia. To the north and east Armenia is bounded by Georgia and Azerbaijan, while its neighbours to the southeast and west are, respectively, Iran and Turkey; Armenians constitute nearly all of the country's population; they speak Armenian, a distinct branch of the Indo-European language family. . The remainder include Kurds, Russians, and small numbers of Ukrainians, Assyrians, and other groups. Most of Armenia's Azerbaijani population fled or was expelled after the escalation of the conflict between the two countries. More than 3 million Armenians live abroad, including about 1.5 million in the states of the former Soviet Union and about 1 million in the United States)
    • found: List of sovereign states and dependent territories in Europe, via Wikipedia, Aug. 5, 2016(Armenia; part of Transcaucasian Region, at the crossroads of Europe and Asia. Physiographically, Armenia falls entirely in Western Asia, while Georgia and Azerbaijan are mostly in Asia with small portions north of the Caucasus Mountains divide in Europe)
    • found: List of countries in Europe, via countries-ofthe-world.com, July 22, 2017(Armenia; Armenia and Cyprus politically are considered European countries, though geographically they are located in the West Asia territory)
    • found: 2016403707: Bakhchʻinyan, A. Hayerě hamashkharhayin pararvestum = ǂb Armenians on the international dance scene, 2016.
    • found: 2012456212: Hakobyan, T. Hayatsʻkʻ Araratitsʻ, hayerě ev tʻurkʻerě = Looking from Ararat, Armenians and Turks, 2012.
    • found: 2007555186: Herouni, P.M. Hayerě ev hnaguyn Hayastane = Armenians and old Armenia, 2006.
    • found: 2006488855: Ter-Pétrossian, L. Khachʻakirnerě ew hayerě = Crusaders and the Armenians, 2005-2007.
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    • 2015-04-30: new
    • 2022-01-31: revised
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