Tadevos Hakobyan

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Tadevos Hakobyan (Armenian: Թադևոս Հակոբյան; 15 June 1917 – 15 October 1989)[1] was a Soviet Armenian historian and geographer.[1]

Hakobyan was born in Lernadzor village in Armenia's southern province of Syunik. In 1940 he graduated from the Faculty of Geography-Geology of the Yerevan State University (YSU). He was the dean of the YSU's Faculty of Geography in 1955-57 and 1963-65. He thereafter served as the chair of that department between 1962 and 1986. Most of his work was focused on the historical geography of Armenia. He also authored several textbooks.[1]

Publications[edit]

  • Սյունիքի թագավորությունը: Պատմա-աշխարհագրական առումով [The Syunik Kingdom in Historical-Geographical Context] (in Armenian). Yerevan: Mitk'. 1966. 
  • Հայաստանի պատմական աշխարհագրություն [Historical Geography of Armenia] (in Armenian). Yerevan: Mitk'. 1968. 
  • Очерк истории Еревана [Outline of the History of Yerevan] (in Russian). Yerevan: Yerevan University Press. 1977. 
  • Հայ ժողովրդի պատմության հիշարժան վայրերը [Memorable locations of the history of the Armenian people] (in Armenian). Yerevan: Luys. 1978. 
  • Անիի պատմություն [History of Ani] (in Armenian). Yerevan: Yerevan University Press. 1980. 
  • Ани - столица средневековой Армении. История и судьба городища [Ani: The capital of medieval Armenia. The history and destiny of the settlement] (in Russian). Yerevan: Yerevan University Press. 1985. 
  • Պատմական Հայաստանի քաղաքները [Cities of historic Armenia] (in Armenian). Yerevan: Hayastan. 1987. 
  • Անի մայրաքաղաք [Ani the capital] (in Armenian). Yerevan: Yerevan University Press. 1988. 

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Հայկական Համառոտ Հանրագիտարան. հատոր 4 [Brief Armenian Encyclopedia, Volume 4] (in Armenian). Yerevan: Armenian Encyclopedia. 2003. p. 49.