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The historical-documentary book 'Queens of the Armenian' by Hayk Khachatrian was published recently. Among the 150 queens described in this book, 103 are Armenian, one is Assyrian, eight are Parthian, six are Persian, two are Alan, nine are Greek, six are Roman, four are Georgian, ten are French, and one is Mongol. Wives of all Armenian kings included in Royalty.  Isabella I or Zabel was the queen regnant of Cilician Armenia (1219–1252).

The historical-documentary book 'Queens of the Armenian' by Hayk Khachatrian was published recently. Among the 150 queens described in this book, 103 are Armenian, one is Assyrian, eight are Parthian, six are Persian, two are Alan, nine are Greek, six are Roman, four are Georgian, ten are French, and one is Mongol. Wives of all Armenian kings included in Royalty. Isabella I or Zabel was the queen regnant of Cilician Armenia (1219–1252).

#NTSTRanslation #Armenian #women in short jackets and straight skirts. Armenia. The Armenians. Photographer D.N. Yermakov. 1881.

#NTSTRanslation #Armenian #women in short jackets and straight skirts. Armenia. The Armenians. Photographer D.N. Yermakov. 1881.

Armenian   Taraz(National dress)   *** "Armenia is considered as the land of Noah and an open-air museum with its picturesque nature, high mountains and ancient churches, with the capital of Yerevan older than Rome and with archeological findings going back to five thousands years, ancient rocks with petroglyphs and astrological observatories"

Armenian Taraz(National dress) *** "Armenia is considered as the land of Noah and an open-air museum with its picturesque nature, high mountains and ancient churches, with the capital of Yerevan older than Rome and with archeological findings going back to five thousands years, ancient rocks with petroglyphs and astrological observatories"

Armenian woman surrounded by textiles (late 19th century). From the costume of this woman one can conclude that she's most probably from Karin (Erzroum), Kars or Akhaltskha regions.

Armenian woman surrounded by textiles (late 19th century). From the costume of this woman one can conclude that she's most probably from Karin (Erzroum), Kars or Akhaltskha regions.

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