Armenian Alphabet | Armenian History

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How to write the Armenian alphabet/ letters handwriting video

How to write the Armenian alphabet/ letters handwriting video

This video should give you an idea of the Armenian alphabet and especially how to write the Armenian letters handwritten. It will help you as well to learn the letters and to practice the pronunciation. Saint Mesrop created the current Armenian alphabet in the 5th century CE. It was influenced by the Greek alphabet. The relation is visible in the broad order of letters and the fact that it is written from left to right. Originally the alphabet consisted of 36 letters. The letters, "o" and "fe", were later added during the late Middle Ages to write loan words. Good luck learning Armenian. P.S. Today Armenian is spoken in two dialects Eastern and Western Armenian. Eastern Armenian is spoken in the Republic of Armenia while Western Armenian is spoken mostly by the Armenian diaspora. The video was recorded in Eastern Armenian. The writing though is the same for Eastern and Western Armenian. Learn about the Armenian punctuation -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vu9_QB9gqTQ

Armenian Alphabet History - 3D mapping in Yerevan

Armenian Alphabet History - 3D mapping in Yerevan

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Mysteries Of Armenia - Alphabet / Combinat Production

Mysteries Of Armenia - Alphabet / Combinat Production

The TV Program "Mysteries Of Armenia" by Combinat Production Combinat Production-ը ներկայացնում է "Հայաստանի առեղծվածները" հաղորդումը The TV program «Հայաստանի առեղծվածները» /Mysteries of Armenia/ is devoted to the discovery of mysteries. Like in any ancient cradles of civilizations, in Armenia too, the borderlines of legends and the reality are often merged, making it difficult to tell the truth from the myth. All the arguable questions are explained exclusively by scientific facts; all the new and fresh versions are brought up solely by professionals. The program is shown by the Public TV Company of Armenia.

Armenian Alphabet

Armenian Alphabet

Armenian alphabet, made with plastic body movements of three people.

The Armenian Language & its Place in the Indo-European Linguistic Family

The Armenian Language & its Place in the Indo-European Linguistic Family

Charles de Lamberterie discusses the history of the Armenian language as part of the 17th Annual Vardanants Day celebration. Speaker Biography: Charles de Lamberterie is a linguist specializing in the Indo-European Armenian and Greek languages. For transcript, captions, and more information, visit http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=6208

The mysteries of the Armenian alphabet

The mysteries of the Armenian alphabet

История создания Армянского Алфавита

История создания Армянского Алфавита

Why do Armenian Names end with “IAN” ?

Why do Armenian Names end with “IAN” ?

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Armenian Origins of Basque: a presentation by Vahan Setyan

Armenian Origins of Basque: a presentation by Vahan Setyan

Vahan Setyan (MS PhD), author of Language as a Fingerprint, presented his new book, Armenian Origins of Basque in Abril Bookstore on February 16, 2018. He discussed the linguistic parallels coupled with historical, anthropological and comparative mythological parallels, introducing Basque, Spanish and Armenian sources. The parallels are undeniable and statistically significant, refuting arguments of Basque being an isolate and not related to the Indo-European languages. It’s the first book of its kind, dedicating to the monumental research done by Vahan Sarkisian (1954-2011), a Basqologist, Linguist and Honorary Member of various historical societies in Spain and Basque Country. Video produced by Vahe Khachatryan.

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