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Arménien [An Armenian]. [71]

Manuscript Leaf with text in Bolorgir

Armenian Manuscript Bifolium

Fragment

Ceramic Egg

Bowl

Habit of an Armenian native of Persia in 1700. Armenian natif de Perse.

Habit of a Armenian ladiy in 1581. Armenienne.

Asia, ěst nor ashkharhagrakan znnutʻeantsʻ : pʻoragreal i Vēnētik i Vans Srboyn Ghazaru i tʻuis merum 1236.

Amerika, ěst nor ashkharhagrakan znnutʻeantsʻ : pʻoragreal i Vēnētik i Vans Srboyn Ghazaru i tʻuis merum 1236, 1787.

[Three illustrations depicting saints, including St. Augustin, St. Antony, and St. Basil; Armenian and Maronite patriarchs; and monks and nuns of various orders, including Benedictine, Carmelite, and Dominican] / G. Heck, dirt. ; W. Hohneck sculp.

Armenian Lady (At Home)

Armenian Bride

Armenian Ladies (At Home)

Turkish and Armenian Ladies Abroad

Armenian Piper

Armenian Peasant Woman

Armenian Marriage Procession

Plans and sections of the Armenian Church of S. James, and mosaics.

Plans and sections of the Armenian Church of S. James, and mosaics.

[Patriarch Harootiun Vehabedian of the Armenian church wearing hood, robe and five medals, half-length portrait, facing right]

[Armenian monks and boys with throne of King Senekerim-Hovhannes of Vaspurakan, at Varagavank Monastery, Van, Turkey]

Dress

The Tower of David - Phasaelus, showing the moat and bridge of the Citadel, and the gardens of the Armenian monastery, beyond the Turkish barracks

Valley of Hinnom, from the north-west angle of the city wall. On the right is the aqueduct from Solomon's Pools, which crosses the valley just above the Birket es Sultân, commonly called the Lower Pool of Gihon. The large building within the city walls, surrounded with trees, is the Armenian Monastery.

Ensemble

turkey from "The Armenian Crisis in Turkey: the massacre of 1894, its antecedents and significance, etc"

castle from "The Armenian Crisis in Turkey: the massacre of 1894, its antecedents and significance, etc"

[Entrance to the Armenian Convent, Jerusalem]

Jerusalem (El-Kouds). Entrance to the Armenian Convent / American Colony, Jerusalem.

Armenian Convent, Jerusalem / American Colony, Jerusalem

Jerusalem (El-Kouds). Interior of the Armenian Convent

Various types, etc. Armenian funeral.

Armenian volunteer soldier, with gun

Armenian Orphans deported

Armenian Orphans deported

Armenian girl in Arab dress

Armenian women & children

Armenian refugee children

Armenian orphan

Jerusalem (El-Kouds), approach to the city. Entrance to the Armenian convent

Armenian mothers

Jerusalem (El-Kouds), approach to the city. Gongs in Armenian convent

Armenian orphans

Bethlehem and surroundings. The Armenian altar [Church of the Nativity]

Armenian relief

Palestine, Jerusalem, Armenian Patriarch

Armenian Orphans deported

Armenian refugees [new baby, mother & midwife]

Remnant of Armenian family

Easter ceremony in the Armenian convent, Jerusalem, Palestine

Costumes, characters, etc. Armenian priests

Armenian refugees

Armenian relief

Armenian relief

Load of wood [wool?], Armenian relief

Interior of the beautiful Armenian Church, Jerusalem, Palestine

The Armenian convent

[Armenian refugess in Relief Committee tents, Aintab]

Armenian Refugees in Relief Committee Tents - Aintab

[Flag] American Women from Armenian Women

[Flag] American Women from Armenian Women

[Armenian refugees from Istanbul, assisted by Near East Relief, farming in field, Rodosto, Thrace]

Near East relief: Armenian orphans being enloaded in barges from Constantinople, bound for Greece

Armenian widows, with children, Turkey

[Armenian orphan wards of Near East Relief doing carpentry in courtyard of chapel in Nazareth, Palestine]

Armenian widows and children

[Flag] American Women from Armenian Women

Armenian children begin to make themselves useful at an early age

Near East relief--Armenian orphans boarding barges at Constantinople, bound for Greece

Yarrow allotting relief to Armenian orphans

American Red Cross - Refugees - Armenian refugees smiling in the sun

American Red Cross - Refugees - Armenian children in Palestine aided by Red Cross

American Red Cross - Refugees - Armenian refugees, Palenstine

American Red Cross - Refugees - Armenian children - as they entered the orphanage, Palestine

Armenian soldiers bringing in a bunch of prisoners, these men were deserters from the Armenian army--Erivan, Armenia

Refugees waiting for work at Marsavan [i.e. Marsovan]

Armenian parade, 4/14/20

[Armenian refugees on Black Sea beach with household possessions, Novorossiĭsk, Russia]

[Armenian refugees on Black Sea beach, gathered around seated person, Novorossiĭsk, Russia]

Colby recieving Armenian petition, 4/14/20

Various subjects of archaeological interest. Mosaic floor near the Damascus Gate. Sect. I. Armenian from the 7th century A.D.

Various subjects of archaeological interest. Mosaic floor near the Damascus Gate. Sect. II [Armenian from the 7th century A.D.].

Armenian refugees

Erewani hatakagitsě 1920 tʻ. /

Various subjects of archaeological interest. Illuminated frontis-page of an Armenian MSS [i.e., manuscript]. Written 1260 A.D.

[Armenian refugees on Black Sea beach with household possessions, Novorossiĭsk, Russia]

[Baker standing in front of the "American Bakery" which displays signs in Armenian, Ladino (in Hebrew characters), English, Ottoman Turkish, Greek and Russian with samples of bread attached to the mullions, Ortaköy, Istanbul, Turkey] / photo by cdm.

A section of "barber's row" Enterprising refugees among the hundreds of thousands of Greeks and Armenians who fled from Asia Minor to Greece have set up stools, boxes, chairs and everything that can be sat on in a long row on the quay in Piraeus, the seaport of Athens, and shave and cut the hair of customers.

A refugee city that was built by Greek Americans--A model of cleanliness and order

[Armenian monastery of Surb Karapet (the Holy Precursor, St. John the Baptist) in Mush (Muş İli), Turkey]

Greek and Armenian refugee children in barracks near Athens. Greece received 1,000,000 refugees or one to each family in the country A refugee city that was built by Greek Americans. A model of cleanliness and order.

[The Parthenon with scaffolding] [Greek and Armenian refugee children from Anatolia standing outside one-story building, near Athens, Greece] ; [Frank Carpenter with arms around a column, Greece]

[Greek and Armenian refugee children from Anatolia standing outside one-story building, near Athens, Greece]

Greek and Armenian refugee children in barracks near Athens--Greece received 1,000,000 refugees or one to each family of the country

[Armenian monastery of Surb Karapet (the Holy Precursor, St. John the Baptist) in Mush (Muş İli), Turkey]

Notable visitors and approx. chronological events since 1930. The Bishop of Canterbury, Dr. Lang. At the Church of the Holy Sepulchre with Greek and Armenian priests

Notable visitors and approx. chronological events since 1930. The Bishop of Canterbury, Dr. Lang. At the Church of the Holy Sepulchre with Greek and Armenian Priests

10/6/32 at the palace etc., Baghdad, Greek and/or Russian and/or Armenian priests

Hayastani Sotsʻialistakan Khorhdayin Hanrapetutʻyan kartēz /