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Armenian Cilicia

Author: Richard G Hovannisian; Simon Payaslian
Publisher: Costa Mesa, Calif. : Mazda Publishers, 2008.
Series: UCLA Armenian history and culture series., Historic Armenian cities and provinces ;, 7.
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Genre/Form: Kongress
History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Armenian Cilicia.
Costa Mesa, Calif. : Mazda Publishers, 2008
(OCoLC)681512346
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Richard G Hovannisian; Simon Payaslian
ISBN: 9781568591544 1568591543
OCLC Number: 185095701
Description: xxiii, 637 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
Contents: Armenian Cilicia --
Armenia maritima : the historical geography of Cilicia --
Armenian political revival in Cilicia --
The founding and coalescence of the Rubenian principality, 1073-1129 --
The brilliant diplomacy of Cilician Armenia --
Papacy, Catholicosate, and the kingdom of Cilician Armenia --
To Byzantium with love : the overtures of Saint Nerses the Gracious --
The role of military architecture in medieval Cilicia : the triumph of a non-urban strategy --
Catholicos Grigor VII Anavarzetsi and Stepanos Orbelian, Metropolitan of Siunik, in dialogue --
Manuscripts and libraries : scriptorial activity in Cilicia --
The medical heritage of Cilician Armenia --
Cilicia and its Catholicosate from the fall of the Armenian kingdom to 1915 --
Planning and architectural reminiscences from historical Aintab --
The Cilician massacres, April 1909 --
Cilicia : the view from the Constantinople women's organizations --
The tears and laughter of Cilician Armenia : literary representations of destruction and revival, 1909-1918 --
The repatriation of Armenian refugees from the Arab Middle East, 1918-1920 --
Cilicia under the French administration : Armenian aspirations, Turkish resistance, and French strategems --
The postwar contest for Cilicia and the "Marash affair" --
The Cilician Armenians and French policy, 1919-1921 --
The institutionalization of the Catholicosate of the great house of Cilicia in Antelias --
Imagining Adana : David Kherdian and Peter Najarian.
Series Title: UCLA Armenian history and culture series., Historic Armenian cities and provinces ;, 7.
Responsibility: edited by Richard G. Hovannisian and Simon Payaslian.
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