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İnsanlık Tarihinin İlk Pramidi Norşuntepe








Norşuntepe, a 4000-3000 BC Settlement


Norşuntepe (Turkish: Norşun hill) is located in Eastern Turkey near the upper reaches of the Euphrates river in 25 km from the city of Elazığ. The name of the hill has been probably derived from Armenian name Նոր Սյուն (Nor Syun, New Obelisk).Norşuntepe (Turkish: Norşun hill) is located in Eastern Turkey near the upper reaches of the Euphrates river in 25 km from the city of Elazığ. The name of the hill has been probably derived from Armenian name Նոր Սյուն (Nor Syun, New Obelisk).

Traces of the ancient settlement were discovered during archaeological excavations conducted by the team of the German Archaeological Institute led by German archaeologist Harald Hauptmann in 1968-1974. The works had to be completed before 1974 as the construction of the Keban Dam was expected to cause a rise in the local water level.

On the site, archaeologists researched ancient technologies of extraction of copper, arsenic, and antimony. Also, they analyzed melting products unearthed on the site. Most of the artifacts found in the region had been made of pure copper in the Copper Age, but some of the finds contained small amounts of arsenic.

Melting furnaces, copper ore, slags, fragments of crucibles, metal products, and remains of buildings have been discovered in an area which is now underwater. People of Asia Minor worshiped the Mother goddess and forged a huge number of her statuettes.

Norşuntepe has probably been a settlement with enforced brick buildings. In some areas of the ruins remains of wall art can be seen. The settlement has been updated and reconstructed numerous times since the Late Copper Age (4000-3000 BC) until the establishment of a Urartian settlement in the Iron Age, making it a significant monument of ancient civilizations.

Before the Copper Age, stone has been the main and only material used in the construction of tools and weapons. Later, our ancestors have learned to make copper instruments. During that time, new settlements have been mainly built near water and fertile regions. The Copper Age or Chalcolithic has been an important era of achievement, and the development of copper processing has been one of the most significant discoveries of the time.

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Mysterious Artifact from the Border of China



In 1892, not far from Pishpek (modern Bishkek), Russian explorer Nikolai Pantusov discovered a medieval Christian cemetery with thousands of stone steles, tombstones, and monuments.

The find itself wasn’t so surprising. Starting from ancient times, the inhabitants of the vast territories of Central Asia have professed Christianity.

The strangest artifact was a stone or, as it is called by scholars, Kayrak, which has Armenian inscriptions reading the name of one Bishop Hovhannes, who died in 772 of the old Armenian calendar (in 1323).

The Kayrak was sent to St. Petersburg, where another outstanding scientist and Armenologist, Nikolas Marr, studied it. He discovered that the Armenian letters were written in the old style of the alphabet.


The scientist suggested that perhaps the Armenian colony had been located in the neighborhood of China in the territory of modern Kyrgyzstan and had been isolated from the Armenian Highland long enough for the old Armenian to stay unchanged for several centuries. Later, the Assyrian writings on the Kayrak gave a start to numerous debates.
After the split of the western church, most of the excommunicated Christians fled to east. They were called Nestorians, the adherents of the teachings of Archbishop Nestorius, who was excommunicated in 431.
For several centuries, they have preached and spread Christianity in Persia, India, Central Asia, and China. They used the Assyrian alphabet, which later became the basis of the alphabets of many nomadic peoples of Asia: Uighurs, Mongols, Manchus.
However, no evidence of Nestorian presence in the Armenian territory has been ever discovered. On the contrary, it has been always asserted that “these pagans” had not even shown up there.
So, the Kayrak with the Armenian-Assyrian inscriptions might shed some light on the previously unknown pages of Armenian colonial history on the distant borders of Asian states.

In 2011, during the filming of the documentary film “Armenians – a Journey to China” directed by Ruben Gini, a new stage of research began. The film crew tried to catch the trail of the famous artifact.
As it turned out, it was not so simple. Kayrak was covered by Marr in the year of 1894. He claimed that the stone had been moved to facilities of the Imperial Archaeological Commission, which cut short the trace of the artifact.
According to Ruben Gini, there was almost no hope that the stone survived the tumultuous events of the 20th century, including the Russian Revolution, two world wars, and the disintegration of the USSR.
However, they continued their search. The only data the crew had was the exact location of the discovery of the Kayrak near modern Bishkek, and a small picture-impression made by Marr himself.
During the filming, the group visited Kyrgyzstan, where it intended to film another disappeared Armenian monument, the Monastery of the Armenian Brothers, which is most likely located on the shore of Lake Issyk-Kul near the Chinese border.







“We met the vice-president of the Academy of Sciences of Kyrgyzstan, Vladimir Ploskikh, who had been searching for the legendary monastery for more than ten years,” Ruben Gini said. “During the meeting, I also tried to gather more information about the Kayrak.
Unfortunately, no one knew about the whereabouts of the artifact. A young employee of the Institute, Dmitry Luzhanskiy, connected us with the Curator of the Oriental Department of the State Hermitage Museum, which has received the materials of the Imperial Archaeological Commission after 1919.
We told him about the problem. After some time, when I almost forgot about Kayrak, we received a letter claiming that the stone was contained in the Hermitage storehouse.
It was exciting news! I asked for a photo to make sure that the stone is indeed the one found by Pantusov more than a century ago. It was the right stone.
We altered the shooting schedule to be able to visit St. Petersburg. With the permission of the director of Hermitage, Mikhail Piotrovsky, we were allowed to take the first modern photo and film of the Pishpek Kayrak.
Kayrak is a huge boulder, which cannot be easily moved. For the first time in many years, the artifact saw daylight again. It is kept in a dimly lit room, but Armenian letters stand out clearly.
The word “yepiskopos” looks especially bright. The stone is framed by the Assyrian translation of the inscription: “Jesus Christ, God. Armenian Bishop Hovhannes. This inscription was made in 772 of the old Armenian calendar.”
The find was a real gift. After all, the film’s theme was closely connected with the annals of the Armenian colonies in the vicinity of China and in China itself. It is more than necessary to show the material, which is considered unique by many scientists dealing with the history of interethnic relations in Central Asia.”
Further studies of Kayrak might bring a better understanding of how the contacts between Europe and Asia developed in the early stages of history, in which the Armenians played an important role. After all, they knew the way to China perfectly and often acted as guides for the first European travelers and traders.


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İsrael'de Bulunan KOÇ Heykelleri İçin Neden ERMENİ'lerden Kalmış Olabileceği Akıllarına Gelmiyor ?







Israel: Ancient ram statue discovered at Byzantine church

A marble statue of a ram, a symbol for Jesus, was found on Christmas EveVered Sarig/Caesarea Development Corporation

Archaeologists in Israel have discovered what is considered an ancient Christian symbol for Jesus. A marble statue of a ram, which Jesus is often depicted as carrying, was unearthed near a Byzantine-era church in Caesarea, about 120km north east of Jerusalem.

The discovery was made during an excavation work at Caesarea Harbor National Park led by the Israel Antiquities Authority and the Caesarea Development Corporation, the ministry of foreign affairs announced in a statement.

Archaeologists called their find "impressive" as it was found on Christmas Eve. "In ancient Christianity Jesus was not portrayed as a person. Instead, symbols were used, one of which was the ram. It may or may not be a coincidence, but the statue was uncovered on Christmas Eve," lead archaeologists Peter Gendelman and Mohammad Hater said.

The ram statue might have been part of the decoration of the Byzantine church near which it was discovered. The church dates back to 6-7AD and this may correspond to the dating of the marble statute, they said.

However, they did not rule out the possibility of it belonging to an early Roman era. "It [the ram statue] could also be earlier, from the Roman period, and was incorporated in secondary use in the church structure," the archaeologists added.

The archaeologists said the statue was particularly significant because of its representation in various ancient legends and works of art. In Egyptian mythology, the animal represents the ancient god Amun. In Roman art, the sheep often appears alongside the Greek gods Hermes and Mercury, they noted.

In Christian art, Jesus is portrayed as the shepherd tending his flock with a ram in his arms or on his shoulders in most instances. "In Christianity the ram, like the lamb, represents the faithful, or Jesus himself, whose anguish and death were meant according to Christian belief to atone for original sin," the ministry statement said.
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http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/israel-ancient-ram-statue-discovered-byzantine-church-1535225


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Statue of Ram (symbol of Christ?) discovered at Caesarea


The Israel Antiquities Authority announced that a marble ram statue was discovered on the site of a 6th-century AD Byzantine church at Caesarea. It may be an early representation of Jesus. The discovery was apparently made on Christmas Eve day.

In Christian art the ram is often depicted carried on the shoulders of the “Good Shepherd” (that is, Jesus, who is portrayed as the shepherd tending his flock), and sometimes the ram is situated to the left or right of Jesus. In Christianity the ram, like the lamb, represents the faithful, or Jesus himself, whose anguish and death were meant according to Christian belief to atone for original sin…
According to Dr. Peter Gendelman and Mohammad Hater, directors of the excavation on behalf of the Israel Antiquities Authority, “… In ancient Christianity Jesus was not portrayed as a person. Instead, symbols were used, one of which was the ram… The statue that we found might have been part of the decoration of a Byzantine church from the sixth–seventh centuries CE at Caesarea. By the same token it could also be earlier, from the Roman period, and was incorporated in secondary use in the church structure”.



The marble ram near the place of its discovery. Modern building around the ancient harbor are visible in the background. (Photo by Vered Sarig, the Caesarea Development Corporation)


Tha marble ram, possibly denoting Jesus. (Photo by Vered Sarig, the Caesarea Development Corporation).

The site of the Byzantine church was originally for a Roman temple built by Herod to honor the Emperor Augustus. This temple dominated the harbor as ships sailed in and out. Later, the pagan temple was torn down and an octagonal church built in its place.

View of Caesare’s inner harbor, now silted up and covered with grass. A Roman temple to Augustus, followed by an octagonal church, sat on the platform above the harbor. The marble ram statue was discovered during excavations there. (Photo by Luke Chandler)

Ferrell Jenkins shows examples of Jesus portrayed as the Good Shepherd via rams and lambs in Late Roman statuary.
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Hidden Khachkars Near the Tmbkaberd Fortress, Georgia


Tmbkaberd was a Medieval Armenian fortress in Gugark province of the Greater Armenia. Now it is located in Georgia, on the left shore of the Kura river (Turkish: Kura, Armenian: Կուր, Kur).



Under the rule of prince Tatul, who has been famous for his bravery and incorruptibility, it has been one of the most powerful fortresses of Armenia.

The fortress is situated on three hills, surrounded by a 150-meters-long wall. Several towers can be seen on the top of each hill. Near the fortress is the village of Tmbuk, at the cemetery of which there are numerous khackars and graves with tombstones with Armenian inscription on them.

Armenian poet Hovhannes Tumanyan wrote the poem The Capture of Tmbkaberd (1902).

There are many khachkars in the canyon not far from the fortress, but it seems like they have been thrown away by someone. Was that done in an effort to hide traces of past Armenian presence?

If so, then people who have done it are in no way different from the government of Azerbaijan, which simply destroys every Armenian monument on its territory. At least, the monuments in Georgia are not wiped out as those in Azerbaijan.






























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Armenia Loans out Its Ancient Relics to Iran



Director General of the National Museum of Iran says 103 objects from the collection of works of ancient Armenian culture and civilization have arrived in Iran based on an agreement between the two countries to host a joint exhibition in Iran.

Following the visit of Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani to Armenia and sealing of economic and cultural agreements with the Caucasian country, which were signed by the chairman of Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization and the Armenian Minister of Culture, an exhibition called ‘Iran and Armenia: Memory of a Land’ will be held in Tehran.

According to a Farsi report by ISNA, Director General of the National Museum of Iran Jebraeel Nokandeh said, “On Tuesday, October 3 some historical objects from the collection of works of ancient Armenian culture and civilization arrived in Iran so as to be displayed in an upcoming joint exhibition for three months.”

He added that two representatives from the History Museum of Armenia safely transferred the objects to the National Museum of Iran.

He emphasized that these works belong to the period between 4th millennium BC to the 1st century BC and are going to be put on show in the exhibition which is scheduled to open at the National Museum of Iran on October 17. The exhibition will be open to visitors until January 17.

The exhibition is the second experience in organizing foreign exhibitions at the National Museum of Iran, which focuses on the works of Urartu in the first millennium BC and is referred to as a link between Iranian and Armenian history.

After showcasing the Statues of Penelope, the joint Iranian-Armenian exhibition is the second case of showing foreign works in Iran during the administration of Hassan Rouhani.

In September 2015, three Statues of Penelope loaned out by Italy and the Vatican to Iran were put on display for three months in an exhibition at the National Museum of Iran.

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Concealment of the Origins of Armenian Artifacts





Undoubtedly, Armenia and the Armenian Highlands are the most interesting historical places on earth.


This makes Armenians happy and proud even though some of their valuable artifacts are found during excavations on the territories of the Armenian Highlands that are not a part of the modern Republic of Armenia. That’s because all these finds are directly connected with Armenians, their history and, according to the latest data on the excavations, history of all mankind.
Everything in the territory of modern Armenia becomes public property of the whole world while various artifacts in the territory of modern Turkey at best are being hidden in Turkish museums. The most absurd thing is that the Turks tell unbelievable stories about those miraculously preserved finds. Everyone (not only the Turks) tells a unique story, be he or she a local or a museum guide.
For example, in regard to the artifact found near Mount Ararat and depicted on the image below, one Sitchin, who has seemingly been just a charlatan (you can find data on that on www.sitchiniswrong.com), told a nice story about aliens and the Homo Sapiens created by them for the purpose of being used as slaves exclusively.
Let’s hope that it will become possible to study the found artifacts better, unless, of course, the Turks continue to destroy them as usual.

In the meantime, the Turks quietly unearth the archaeological antiquities of the Armenian people and hide them in museums to help them fabricate some stories. Of course, they have nothing to say about those artifacts because they are much older than the Ottomans and Oguzes combined. Particularly, the most ancient image of an astronaut discovered during excavations in the Rusakhinli area near Van is kept at the Istanbul Archaeological Museum.



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The Hermitage Museum and the Pseudo-Theory of Diakonoff on Urartu – Kingdom of Van




Turns out that according to some interstate agreements, a large number of artifacts found during the excavations in the area of Erebuni (Էրեբունի) fortress is kept in the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia.

Of course, one can assume that the idea itself is not bad, given the fact that the Hermitage has Armenian artifacts covering the history with a reference to Armenia, thereby promoting Armenia as a brand.

But that is not true. Speaking about the artifacts found during excavations in the Erebuni fortress, the guides reference a certain state under the false-named Urartu, which is accepted and safely promoted in Russia.

Needless to say, the false history of Diakonoff and Piotrovsky about the existence of three different states in the same territory at the same time (all of them supposedly have nothing to do with Armenia) created under the supervision of the NKVD and the KGB of USSR is being promoted in the Hermitage Museum today.

Who is to blame for the current situation?

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Topladığı Antikalardan Kişisel Müze Oluşturdu





Malatyalı ata yadigarı antika eşyalara olan ilgisi sayesinde kişisel bir müze oluşturdu.

Tarih kokan antika eşyaları biriktirerek kendisine özel bir müze oluşturan Selahattin Bozdemir (31), özel müzesinde 300 yıllık kazanlardan, ne zaman üretildiği bilinmeyen eski ev eşyalarına kadar birçok antikayı bir araya getirmiş.
Genç antikacı çocukluğundan itibaren başlayan eski eşya ilgisini müze oluşturma noktasına taşıyarak, çevresindekilerin de takdirini kazanmış. Selçuk Üniversitesi Yerel Yönetimler ve Mersin Üniversitesi Kamu Yönetimi bölümlerinden mezun olduktan sonra bir süre özel sektörde çalıştığını ifade eden Bozdemir, antika eşyalara karşı çocukluğundan beri devam eden özel bir ilgisinin olduğunu söyledi.

“Müzemi genişleteceğim”



Kişisel müzesinde oldukça özel parçaların bulunduğunu belirten Bozdoğan, “Mağazanın bir bölümünü antika eşyalardan oluşan küçük bir müzeye dönüştürdüm. Mağazada Ermeniler döneminde kullanılan yarım asırlık kazan, Ermeni zanaatkarların elinden çıkmış gümüş alaşımlı bakır tabaklar, İngiliz yapımı lambalar, sınırlı sayıda üretimi olan taş plaklar, radyolar, eski döneme ait paralar, ibrikler, çanak çömlekler, halı, antika çeyiz sandıkları, antika el yapımı mobilyalar gibi birçok ürünü sergiliyorum. Bazı ev eşyalarının ne zaman üretildiğine dair tarih bile yok. Çevredeki insanlar da müze oluşturma fikrini hayata geçirmemi destekledi. Eski eşyaları buldukça müzemi daha da genişleteceğim” dedi.

“Müze, mağazama insanların daha fazla gelmesini sağlıyor”

Oluşturduğu müze sayesinde ikinci el mağazasına daha fazla müşteri geldiğini ifade eden Bozdemir, "Şahsıma ait oluşturduğum küçük müze, mağazama insanların daha fazla gelmesini sağlıyor. Antikalarım mağazamın en önemli dekoratif bölümüne hayat veriyor. Müze diyorum çünkü bu şahsıma ait özel bir müzedir. Ayrıca bana göre sanatsal ve tarihi eserlerin korunduğu gelecek kuşaklara aktarıldığı ve onların da bu tarihi yaşamasını sağlayan her alan bir müzedir. Herkes gelip bu ürünleri gözlemleyebilir, inceleyebilir" diye konuştu.

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http://www.istanbulhaber.com.tr/topladigi-antikalardan-kisisel-muze-olusturdu-haber-788543.htm


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Son durum... Mersin'deki evin sırrı bu mu?





Mersin'in Tarsus ilçesinde bir evde özel harekat polisleri gözetiminde gerçekleştirilen esrarengiz kazıyla ilgili yeni görüntüler ortaya çıktı. CHP'li Aytuğ Atıcı Vatikan ve Aziz Paul İncili iddiasını ortaya atmıştı. Gizemli kazıyla ilgili yeni bir iddia daha geldi. Buna göre, kazı yapılan evde M.Ö. 300 yılında kurulduğu düşünülen bir yer altı şehrine giriş bulunuyor.

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New York "Metropolitan" Müzesinde Ermeni Kültürel ve Tarihi mirası sergilenecek



New York'taki "Metropolitan" Müzesinde Ermenistan'ın 4-17. asır kültürel ve tarihi mirasını tanıtan olağanüstü bir sergi düzenlenecek.

2018 yılında Ermenistan Cumhuriyeti bağımsızlık günü olan 21 Eylül'de açılacak olan sergide, genelde Kutsal Makam Ejmiadzin Müzesinde, Eski El Yazıları Müzesi Matenadaran'da ve Tarih Müzesinde sergilenen eserler yer alacak. Ayrıca Küdüs Surb Hakobyants Kilisesi, Kilikya Kutsal Makamı Katolikosluğu ile Mekhitarist Birliğinde saklanan Orta Çağ Ermeni Kültürünün bazı mücevherleri de, Gülbenkyan Vakfı ile bazı diğer kurumlar tarafından sergiye verilecek.

Metropolitan Müzesinin, Orta Çağ Sanat ve Kiliseler Müdürlüğü Bizans Şubesi koordinatörü, Ermeni el yazmaları uzmanı Helen Evans'a göre sergide, Ermeniler tarafından Hristiyanlığın kabulünü, Mesrop Mashtots tarafından Ermeni harflerin keşfini, Kilikya Ermeni Krallığı tarihini anlatan eserler, farklı asırlara ait el yazmaları ve matbaa ürünlerine yer verilecek.

Bu sergiyle, dünyanın en eski medeniyetlerinden biri olan Ermenilerin kültürel ve tarihi mirasını dünyaya tanıtmak, sevdirmek istediklerini dile getiren Evans, bu etkinliğin düzenleme çalışmalarına katıldığından büyük gurur duyduğunu da sözlerine ekledi.

New York "Metropolitan" Müzesininde 21 Eylül 2018'de başlayacak olan Ermenistan konulu sergi, 13 Ocak 2019 tarihine kadar devam edecek. Serginin hazırlık çalışmaları, Ermenistan Kültür Bakanlığının yönetiminde devam ediyor.

https://www.ermenihaber.am/tr/news/2017/11/04/New-York-Metropolitan-Ermeni-K%C3%BClt%C3%BCr%C3%BC/116566


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Urartuların Ayanis Kalesi’nde Kazılar Sürüyor


Urartu Kralı II. Rusa tarafından Van Gölü’ne hakim bir tepe üzerinde yaptırılan Ayanis Kalesi kazı çalışmaları devam ediyor. Geçmişteki büyük depremler nedeniyle yıkılarak üzeri kapanan yapılarda tarihin izleri gün yüzüne çıkarılıyor.



Yaklaşık 2700 yıl öncesinden bugüne ulaşan süslemeleri, kerpiç duvarları, taş işlemeleriyle dikkati çeken Urartu yapılarından Ayanis Kalesi’nde, 28 yıldır kazı çalışmaları yürütülüyor. Atatürk Üniversitesi Edebiyat Fakültesi Arkeoloji Bölümü Öğretim Üyesi Prof. Dr. Mehmet Işıklı başkanlığındaki ekip tarafından yapılan kazılarda bu yıl Urartuların dini yaşamı, mimarisi, taş işçiliği ve yönetim yapısını yansıtan önemli buluntular ortaya çıkarıldı.
Prof. Dr. Işıklı, AA muhabirine yaptığı açıklamada, Ayanis’in, Urartu Krallığı’nın son kalelerinden olduğunu, burada elde edilen bulguların ayrı önem taşıdığını söyledi. Urartu’nun bilinen son kralı II. Rusa zamanında 5 büyük kale yapıldığını anlatan Işıklı, “Bunların üçü Van bölgesinde, göl çevresinde yer alıyor. Diğer kalelerden biri İran, diğeri Ermenistan’da inşa ediliyor. Bunlar arasında en görkemli, bize en çok veri sunan ve sistemli kazıları devam eden kale, Ayanis” diye konuştu.



Işıklı, “Urartu’dan sonra buradaki yerleşimin büyük olmaması bizim için büyük şans. Urartulardan sonra gelen Orta Çağ halkları kaledeki zenginliği, görkemi bilselerdi bu kaleden de günümüze bir şey kalmazdı. Anıtsal büyük kerpiçler deprem nedeniyle yıkılınca kale bir tür mühürlenmiş pozisyona geçiyor ve bize olduğu gibi 2 bin 700 yıl öncesini sunuyor” ifadelerini kullandı. Doğu Anadolu’yu devletleştiren, kültür, medeniyet merkezi haine getiren uygarlıklardan Urartulara ait yüzlerce yerleşim birimi ve kalenin bulunduğuna dikkati çeken Işıklı, bu kültürün Anadolu coğrafyası açısından taşıdığı öneme rağmen sadece 4 yerde kazı çalışması yapıldığını söyledi. Ayanis’in yanı sıra Van Kalesi çevresi, Çavuştepe ve Erzincan’daki Altıntepe kalelerinde kazı çalışması yürütüldüğünü dile getiren ışıklı, gelecek yıllarda saklı kalan diğer yerlerde de kazı ve araştırma çalışmalarının başlatılması gerektiğini, böylece 2700 yıl öncesine dair daha önemli bilgilerin elde edilebileceğini belirtti.
Prof. Dr. Işıklı, “Bu kaleyi kazdığımızda Urartu mimarisine ait teknik, arkeolojik açıdan birçok yenilik öğrendik. Kerpicin nasıl kullanıldığını, deprem için nasıl önlemler alındığını kazdığımız alanlardan öğreniyoruz.” dedi.


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Armenians in Europe – Greece


Armenians in Europe - Greece - Paris HerouniThe first Armenian expeditions to Europe took place probably in V IV millennia BC. The main purpose was researching the lands, measuring latitudes of different points and building simple observatories having some analogy with Carahunge.

Afterwards, at the time of Armenian Kesar Hayk (the middle of ill millennium BC) many Monuments were rebuilt with local tribes to have more religious designation, besides Callanish in Scotland which has kept big analogy with Carahunge until now. So, maybe, the age of Callanish is much more, than it is dated now.

About the presence of Armenians and their settlements in Europe, beginning from In millennium BC, tell also the Armenian names kept until now in Bretain (France): as Carnak (the names of Monument and town), the town Van, the mountain ridge Armorika and others. The word ”Bret” in Armenian means: p • P • h • m =pwp}1 wpqbg}1fi btwb (lJ.wnntgqwb) mfibpD =the houses were kindly built.

Greece

Armenians came to Greece during V – ID millennia BC from two sides: South – Crete, Mycenae and from North part – Delphi. Crete in Armenian means: q • p • b • m • b =qpuwm wpqwb’ mhq t =
qmpqwb’mhq t 0l1lq}1) =cut place (island).

Greek historian J.A. Papapostolou in his book “Crete” wrote: ”The earliest traces of civilization••• have been noted at Knossos and belong to the end of the 7th millennium BC. The man who lived in Crete at that time knew how to cultivate wheat and used primitive stone tools. ••• About the middle of the 5th millennium BC the making and use of hand-made pottery vases began.

At the beginning of this period (from 2600 BC) the Neolithic elements still held sway in the way of life and art. Quickly, however, the old traits were creatively modified and the new inhabitants sought and found their own ways of exploring the rich resources of the island and came into contract with Egypt, Asia Minor and Syria. From there they secured supplies of copper, tin, ivory and gold” [111, p.13]

The word Mycenae in Armenian means: U • }1 • p • b • fiw =Ubb’ uWIUlqwfig wl1pngfihqwq fiw = it became the castle of big (top) men. Mycenae, the old town in South Greece, was the centre of Aegean (Cretan-Mycenaean) Culture of the Bronze Age (about 2800 – 1000 BC). The bloom of Mycenae was in 1400 – 1200 BC, but about 1200 BC Mycenae was perished in fire [87, pp. 802, 1538].

In National historical Museum in Athens I have been, of course, also in halls of Crete-Mycenaean culture. Here everywhere on walls were the big Suns of gold colour with large and long rays. These Suns are the main indication or mark of the Armenian old culture. I bought there books about Crete and Mycenaean culture and was surprised, because in the books, among illustrations there was not shown even one Sun[111].

The word Delphi in Armenian means: 11 • bl • UJ. • h • }1 =(}111) 1lP11wg blwfi pnlnp UJ.wZlDDIl l1wIUl1tq = all worshipper men stand before (me). These are the words of Armenian Main God AR (the Sun) and Mother-Goddess Haya (Earth). In honour of the AR the famous Temple of the Sun-God
(Apollo) was built in Delphi, before the full formation of Greek nation with their Pantheon of Gods. ”In 8 – 6 centuries BC in Greece polices (townstates) were formed in Athens, Sparta, Crete. In 5 – 4 cent. BC was the bloom of polices.

The bloom of Athens was at Pericl (443 – 429)” [87, p.339]. Greek historian B. Petrakos in his book ”Delphi” wrote: “From the excavations carried out in the area, we know that in the period now called “Mycenaean” (14th to 11th cent. BC) Delphi was a small village whose inhabitants worshipped a female deity, the original owner of the place, goddess Earth. Clay figurines of this deity were found in the deepest layers of the sanctuaries of Apollo and Athena Pronaia.

Later, during the “Geometric” period (11th to 9th cent. BC), the sanctuary of goddess Earth was taken over by Apollo.” [112, p.7]. I have heard that some Greek historians have the opinion that Armenians have arisen from Delphi. I am glad that they see the connection between Delphi and Armenians, I am sure that it took place vice versa: Delphi was built by Armenians.

An extract from the book “Armenians and Ancient Armenia” by Paris Herouni

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The Urartu-era silver cup of Lori Fortress




Senior researcher Julietta Karapetyan from the Armenian History Museum told ARMENPRESS that the silver cup stands out from the valuable findings of Lori Berd. The cup has a chariot displayed on it, with two persons depicted on it, she said. One of the depicted people is probably the king. Karapetyan says the scenario

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Türkiye'nin UNESCO Dünya Mirası Geçici Listesinde bulunan 67 kültür varlığından biri olan Mersin Kızkalesi'ndeki Korykos antik kentinde defineci yağması
 

Mersin'in Erdemli ilçesine bağlı Kızkalesi Mahallesi'nde bulunan Korykos antik kentinde defineci yağması. Silifke-Erdemli kara yolunun içinden geçtiği antik kentte bulunan ve erken Hrıstiyanlık dönemine (M.S. 5. ve 6. yüzyıllar) ait olduğu belirtilen tarihi kilisenin kutsal emanetlerin konulduğu mezar odaları kaçak kazı yapan defineciler tarafından tahrip edildi. "Rölik" olarak adlandırılan, Aziz ve Azizelere ait kutsal eşyaların konulduğu mezar odalarının bulunduğu kilise zeminini kazan definecilerin kaçak kazı aletlerini de bırakıp gitmeleri dikkat çekti. Kızkalesi olarak anılan bir deniz kalesi ile bir de kıyı kalesi bulunan Korykos antik kenti, barındırdığı değişik dönemlere ait kültür varlıkları nedeniyle 2014 yılında UNESCO Dünya Mirası Geçici Listesine alınmıştı.




Kaçak kazı yapan define avcıları malzemelerini bırakıp kaçmışlar





MERSİN’DEKİ UNESCO ADAYI ANTİK KENTTE KAÇAK KAZI TAHRİBATI
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Hitit, Helenistik, Roma ve Bizans uygarlıklarına ev sahipliği yapan Mersin'deki Korykos antik kenti, antik çağın önemli yaşam merkezlerinden biri olarak biliniyor. Stratejik konumu nedeniyle Akdeniz'in önemli kentlerinden biri olan Korykos, zeytinyağı ve şarap üretimiyle ünlenen bir geçmişe sahip. 1448'de Karamanoğulları Beyliği'nin, 1473-74 yıllarında ise Osmanlı egemenliğine geçen Korykos'ta bulunan kiliseler ise antik kenti Hristiyanlık tarihi açısından da önemli kılıyor. Erken Hristiyanlık döneminde inşa edildiği belirtilen 14 kiliseden geriye kalan bir kaçına ait kalıntılar, Korykos'un define avcılarının hedefine sokmaya yetti.





Korykos'taki kiliseler Hristiyanlık tarihi açısından önemli yapılar arasında





KUTSAL EMANETLERİN SAKLANDIĞI SANILAN MEZARLARA GİRDİLER


Antik kentte bulunan Roma yolunun üzerinde sıralanan kiliselerden biri olan ve "mezar kilisesi" olarak adlandırılan tarihi yapıda kaçak kazı yapan define avcılarının "rölik" olarak adlandırılan, Hristiyan Aziz ya da Azizelere ait kutsal emanetlerin saklandığı mezar odalarına girdiği ortaya çıktı. Yaklaşık 1600 yıllık geçmişe sahip olan kilisenin apsis bölümünün zemininde yoğunlaşan kaçak kazı sonucu açtıkları delikten mezar odasının bulunduğu sanılan bölüme inen definecilerin, ahşap merdiven, ip ve kablo gibi eşyalarını da bırakıp gitmeleri dikkat çekiyor. Tarihi kilisede büyük tahribata neden olan kaçak kazı sonucu ele geçirilen buluntu olup olmadığı ise konuyla ilgili yapılacak incelemenin ardından ortaya çıkacak.





Defineciler tarihi kilisenin apsis kısmını kazdılar





UNESCO ADAYLIĞINA GÖLGE DÜŞÜREN ÇİRKİNLİK


Konuyla ilgili görüşüne başvurduğumuz bir uzman, bölgedeki kültür mirasının korunması konusunda yetersizlikler bulunduğunu kaydetti. Korykos’un, M.S. 325’te İznik, 431’de Efes ve 451’deki Kadıköy konsillerine temsilci olarak din adamları gönderen önemli bir dini merkez olduğu belirtiliyor. Sahip olduğu kültür varlıkları ve tarihi önemi nedeniyle 2014 yılında Türkiye'nin UNESCO Dünya Mirası Geçici Listesi'ne alınan Korykos'ta yeterince yön ve bilgilendirici levhaların bulunmuyor. Çevresinde yoğun yapılaşma baskısının dikkat çektiği antik kentin denize yakın kısmında 1980'li yılların başında yapıldığı kaydedilen dev kaçak binalar ise Korykos'un UNESCO adaylığına gölge düşüren çirkinliklerin başında geliyor.





Korykos'un UNESCO adaylığına gölge düşüren kaçak yapılaşmalar





KORYKOS, DAĞLIK KİLİKYA’NIN SİMGELERİNİ BARINDIRIYOR


Kilikya uygarlığının günümüze ulaşan korunmuş kentlerinden biri olarak tanımlanan Korykos, yönetici sınıfa ait anıt mezarlarıyla da dikkat çekiyor. Antik kentin 10 kilometre kuzeyinde yer alan ve Şeytan Deresi olarak adlandırılan vadideki Adamkayalar, yörenin binlerce yıl öncesine ait gündelik yaşamı hakkında bilgiler aktaran rölyefleri barındırıyor. Adamkayalar rölyefleri, antik Kilikya bölgesi arkeolojisinin simgelerinden biri olarak biliniyor.







Yusuf Yavuz - Odatv.com

https://odatv.com/nerede-bu-devlet-dedirtecek-yagma-3101181200.html


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