Written in 1918 by Armen Garo, this seminal work about Armenia's liberation directed at an anglophone audience is presented here in its entirety.
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A comprehensive discourse on nationality from an Armenian perspective by Hakob Manandyan writing in 1917 in a Baku-based periodical.
An ecumenical declaration by Pope John Paul II of the Catholic Church and Karekin I, Catholicos of All Armenians.
As Armenians prepared for the battle that would decide their fate, the Catholicos refused to abandon Etchmiadzin - and insisted on a fight until the end.
An insightful read about the challenges of being a Christian - especially an Armenian Christian outside of the homeland - in the modern age.
Hakob Manandyan, one of the 20th century's great Armenologists, considers the question of the nationalism in the Armenian context.
Over 700 years before the Magna Carta, the Treaty of Nvarsag established a Law to regulate the relations between king and noblemen.
Read the Bible in Eastern Armenian, Western Armenian, Classical Armenian, or in translations approved by the Armenian Church in English.
Learn Armenian - Eastern, Western, or Classical - for free using these online resources we have compiled, including books and dictionaries.
The false dichotomy between self-determination and territorial integrity in the negotiation framework of the OSCE Minsk Group regarding the independence of Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh), as proved by the case of Kosovo.
A brief history of the Armenian Apostolic Church by Archbishop Tiran Nersoyan.
Infographic of the historic milestones of the Armenian Apostolic Church.
The hierarchy of the Armenian Apostolic Church.
The Lord's Prayer, also known as Our Father, in Armenian word-by-word, transliterated, translated, and with etymological notes.
A pastoral letter by St. Nerses Shnorhali, guiding Armenian Christendom by charity and righteousness, to a church and people in need.