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Vahagn

Overview page. Subjects: Religion.

West Asia

The national deity of the ancient Armenians, who seem to have entered Asia Minor from Thrace during the seventh century bc. Vahagn, the god of war, was popular enough not...

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Vahagn

Overview page. Subjects: Religion.

West Asia

The national deity of the ancient Armenians, who seem to have entered Asia Minor from Thrace during the seventh century bc. Vahagn, the god of war, was popular enough not...

See overview in Oxford Index

Vahagn (West Asia)

Arthur Cotterell.

in A Dictionary of World Mythology

January 1997; p ublished online January 2003 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Customs and Traditions. 138 words.

The national deity of the ancient Armenians, who seem to have entered Asia Minor from Thrace during the seventh century

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State Identity, Continuity, and Responsibility: The Ottoman Empire, the Republic of Turkey and the Armenian Genocide: A Reply to Vahagn Avedian

Pulat Tacar and Maxime Gauin.

in European Journal of International Law

August 2012; p ublished online October 2012 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Public International Law. 7735 words.

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The Mourning of Religion I

Marc Nichanian, G. M. Goshgarian and Jeff Fort.

in Mourning Philology

February 2014; p ublished online September 2014 .

Chapter. Subjects: Literature. 13593 words.

Through the analysis of Daniel Varuzhan's earliest “pagan” poem, which presents itself first as the description of a sacrifice to the god Vahagn, and then more essentially as a repetition...

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Impact Factor – The Food is Bad and What’s More There is Not Enough of It; <i>EJIL</i> – the Beginning of an Existential Debate; Masthead Changes; In this Issue

in European Journal of International Law

August 2012; p ublished online October 2012 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Public International Law. 2901 words.

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