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Author: James Bryce
Publisher: Elibron Classics
This Elibron Classics title is a reprint of the original edition published by Macmillan and Co., 1877, London
LaHaye and Morris, The Ark on Ararat, p. 16. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19
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Notes of a Vacation Tour in the Autumn of 1876) (London: MacMillan and Co.,
Author: Richard Carl Bright
Publisher: New Leaf Publishing Group
In 1985, researchers found Titanic resting on the ocean floor, and the international buzz continues. Now, is there evidence that the worlds other famous ship is perched on the snowy slopes of turkey's Mt. Ararat? Is Noah's ark myth or reality? Veteran explorer Richard Bright has spent two decades investigating the claims for the wooden vessel mentioned in the Bible. Over a dozen expeditions to the site and countless hours in research make Bright an authority on the ship Genesis says preserved the life of eight humans and a cargo of animals during a global cataclysm. This incredible book details the dramatic climbs, political intrigue, and sheer danger involved in a quest for the greatest archaeological treasure of all time. Never-before-seen photographs, expedition accounts, and persuasive evidences point to a massive, manmade abject hidden on remote Mt. Ararat. Read Quest for Discovery and make up your own mind.
TRANSCAUCASIA AND ARARAT.1 In the autumn of 1876 , Professor Bryce and
a companion started from England for a tour through Russia , the countries of the
Caucasus and the Turkish empire . Foremost among the purposes of their ...
Author: William Rainey Harper
Vol. 8 includes New Testament supplement.
With the seizure of power in Petrograd by the Bolsheviks , followed shortly by the
Bolshevik dispersal of the democratically elected Constituent Assembly and the
signing of the Brest - Litovsk Treaty , Transcaucasia was cut off politically , and ...
Author: Ronald Grigor Suny
Publisher: Indiana University Press
As a new independent Republic of Armenia is established among the ruins of the Soviet Union, Armenians are rethinking their history--the processes by which they arrived at statehood in a small part of their historic homeland, and the definitions they might give to boundaries of their nation. Both a victim and a beneficiary of rival empires, Armenia experienced a complex evolution as a divided or an erased polity with a widespread diaspora. Ronald Grigor Suny traces the cultural and social transformations and interventions that created a new sense of Armenian nationality in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Perceptions of antiquity and uniqueness combined in the popular imagination with the experiences of dispersion, genocide, and regeneration to forge an Armenian nation in Transcaucasia. Suny shows that while the limits of Armenia at times excluded the diaspora, now, at a time of state renewal, the boundaries have been expanded to include Armenians who live beyond the borders of the republic.