HyeEtch - Arts & Culture
HyeEtch (Armenian page) is a compilation of recourse's and material relating Armenians and Armenia, presented in a visually attractive and easy to read layout. Its main aim is to educate and inform both Armenians and non-Armenians alike, about the history, cultural and religion of this proud nation.
Armenian-Americans march in LA for genocide recognition
Thousands of Armenian-Americans took to the streets of Los Angeles on Tuesday to commemorate the deaths of an estimated 1.5 million Armenians under the Ottoman Empire a century ago.
01 Paintings, The amorous game, Part 18 - With Footnotes
Frederick Arthur Bridgman, 1847 - 1928, AMERICAN Almeh Flirting With An Armenian Policeman in Cairo Oil on canvas 55.5 cm (21.85 in.), Width: 46 cm (18.11 in.) Private collection Almeh (Egyptian Arabic) was the name of a class of courtesans or female entertainers in Arab Egypt, women educated to sing and recite classical poetry and to discourse wittily, connected to the qayna slave singers of pre-Islamic Arabia. They were educated girls of good social standing, trained in dancing, singing…