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Scholar Margarit Israelyan notes these changes when comparing inscriptions found on two cuneiform tablets at Erebuni: v). Ghapantsian justly objected, remarking that the Urartu b changed to v at the beginning of the word (Biani Early Christian Armenian chroniclers attributed the origin of the name Yerevan to a derivation from an expression exclaimed by Noah, in Armenian. The principal symbol of Yerevan is Mount Ararat, which is visible from any area in the capital.
The original writing of the inscription read «er-bu-ni»; therefore the prominent Armenianologist-orientalist Prof. While looking in the direction of Yerevan, after the ark had landed on Mount Ararat and the flood waters had receded, Noah is believed to have exclaimed, "Yerevats! The seal of the city is a crowned lion on a pedestal with the inscriptit in the upper part.
But the 1919 document, when the Allied powers still controlled Constantinople (now Istanbul) shows clearly that the Turks of that period knew and fully admitted the terrible crimes which had been committed under Ottoman Turkish rule.
At one point in the text, the Turkish government actually refers to “these manifestations of human wickedness surpassing in horror the worst that has been committed in Turkey still fresh in the minds of all.” In another passage the document says that “true it is contended that Musulman [sic] population joined on its own account the massacre of Armenians collectively or individually and therefore that the Turkish people is responsible for the terrible tragedy conjointly with the Unionist organisations and this not only indirectly and materially but directly and morally”.
From top left: Yerevan skyline with Mount Ararat • Karen Demirchyan Complex • Tsitsernakaberd Genocide Memorial • Saint Gregory Cathedral • Tamanyan Street and the Yerevan Opera • Cafesjian Museum at the Cascade • Republic Square at night Situated along the Hrazdan River, Yerevan is the administrative, cultural, and industrial center of the country. Will he – or will he not – have the guts to call the 1915 Armenian genocide a genocide? They all promised they would before they were elected.A small matter for a guy who’s shooting from the hip across the Muslim world, you may say. But my guess is that Donald Trump will be as cowardly as them, bowing towards the sensitivities of Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his wretched generals, those of them who still have jobs after Erdogan’s post-attempted-coup purge of the last nine months.There were thousands of eyewitness testimonies to these atrocities, including the burning of babies by Turkish gendarmes.And Trump, as we all know, cares very much about “beautiful babies”.