Argam Aivazian

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Argam Aivazian (Armenian: Արգամ Արարատի Այվազյան, sometimes written as Ayvazyan; born 20 July 1947 in Arinj) is an Armenian historian, journalist and researcher.[1] Born in the village of Arinj, in the Nakhichevan ASSR, he is particularly known for his books and monographs about the Armenian culture and history of that region, and has written books about the towns of Hin Jugha and Agulis, as well as more than 200 other works, mostly in Armenian.[2]

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  • (Armenian) "The Rock-Carvings of Navasar." Lraber Hasarakakan Gituyunneri, № 2, 1981.
  • (Armenian) Ջուղա (Jugha). Yerevan: Sovetakan Grogh, 1984.
  • (Armenian) Monumental Memorials and Reliefs of Nakhijevan. Yerevan, 1987.
  • Djugha. In English and Russian. Yerevan: Hayastan Publishing, 1990.
  • The Historical Monuments of Nakhichevan. Translated into English by Krikor H. Maksoudian. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1990.
  • (Armenian) The Art of Wall Painting in Nakhijevan. Yerevan, 1998.
  • (Armenian) Նախիջեւանի վիմագրական ժառանգութիւնը (The Lithographic Inheritance of Nakhidjevan). Two volumes. Antelias, 2005.
  • Nakhijevan: Map of Monuments. Yerevan, 2007.
  • The Symphony of the Destroyed Jugha Khatchkars. Published in English, Russian, and Armenian. Yerevan, 2007.

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