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A Live Meeting with Olya Nurijanyan
Wednesday 10:00, 22:00
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Akunk
Monday 10:00, 22:00
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Armenian Composers and Performers
Thursday 16:00, 23:00
Armenian Masters of Landscape Painting
Saturday 16:00, 23:00
Sunday 04:00
Armenian Monasteries and Sanctuaries
Tuesday 12:02, 21:00
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Sunday 10:00, 21:00
Commentaries on Bible
Monday 08:02, 20:02
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Monday 14:00, 24:02
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Gandzasar Daily Program (Russian)
Friday 10:00, 22:00
Saturday 02:00
Mirror
Tuesday 16:00, 23։00
New Books
Friday 16:00
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Pearls of Music Theater
Monday 08:00, 12:00, 20:00, 24:00
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Prayers
Monday 04:00, 16:00, 23:00
Selected Literary Works
Thursday 10:00, 22:00
Friday 02:00
Shades of Art
Wednesday 12:02, 21:00
Thursday 04:00
Saturday 21:00
Spiritual Discussions
Monday 12:02, 21:00
Tuesday 04:00
Saturday 10:00
Spiritual Discussions On Synoptic Gospels
Saturday 12:00, 22:00
Sunday 02:00
Voskeporik
Tuesday 10։00, 22:00
Wednesday 02։00
World Classical Music
Thursday 12:00, 21:00
Friday 04:00
World View
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History of Armenia
Who founded the capital city of Arshamashat?
1/10
Xerxes I Orontid
Darius III
Arsham I
Quizzes
Which satrap of Armenia was buried by Alexander the Great with royal honors?
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Darius III
Mihran
Eruand III
Quizzes
Which Armenian king built the fortress of Erebuni in the Kingdom of Van?
3/10
Argishti I
Sarduri II
Erimena
Quizzes
Who is considered the first king of ancient Armenia?
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Hayk Nahapet
Hoy
Aram the Great
Quizzes
Which Armenian king did the Assyrian queen fall in love with?
5/10
Ara the Beautiful
Arame
Aramais
Quizzes
Which Armenian queen was baptized by St. Gregory the Illuminator?
6/10
Katranide I
Ashkhen
Zabel
Quizzes
Who is the first Christian king in the first century, according to legend?
7/10
Abgar IX
Abgar V
Abgar Tokhatetsi
Quizzes
Which Armenian queen founded the monasteries of Sanahin and Haghpat?
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Khosrovanuysh
Cleopatra of Pontus
Sahakanuysh
Quizzes
What other names does the Kingdom of Van have?
9/10
Both
Biainili
Nairi
Quizzes
Who is the first Catholicos of All Armenians?
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Sahak Partev
Gregory the Illuminator
Nerses the Great
Quizzes
Quizzes
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THE ANSWER IS:
Arshamashat was founded by Arsham I in the 40s-30s of the III century BCE and was named after him. Later, after being annexed to Armenia Major by Tigranes the Great, it stopped being a capital and gradually turned into an ordinary fortress town.
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THE ANSWER IS:
Darius III was a Persian king from one of the branches of the Achaemenid Dynasty and ruled in 336-330 BCE. Before the accession to the throne, he was the Satrap of Armenia and his name was Codomannus.
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THE ANSWER IS:
In Urartian sources, the name "Erebuni" was for the first time attested in the inscription found on one of the stones in St. Sahak Church in Van. The city was built by king Argishti I, the son of Menua, in 782 BCE and was named Erebuni by the king himself. The date of construction of the fortress of Erebuni is considered as the founding date of the city of Yerevan.
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Hayk Nahapet is the legendary forefather of the Armenian people, as well as the founder of the legendary Haykazuni dynasty. According to the biblical-Christian tradition, he is one of the descendants of the biblical Togarmah.
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The Assyrian queen Semiramis was in love with Ara the Beautiful. But it turned out that her love of Ara was a guile to take possession of Armenia. The legend of Ara the Beautiful has been preserved in the "History of Armenia" by Movses Khorenatsi.
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Ashkhen (also St. Ashkhen) was a martyr of the 4th century, a saint commemorated in the Armenian Apostolic Church, an Armenian queen, and the wife of King Tiridates III. Through the preaching of Gregory the Illuminator, she accepted Christianity and was baptized by him in the River Euphrates. In 302-303, she supported the construction of the Cathedral of Etchmiadzin.
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THE ANSWER IS:
According to legend, Abgar V Ukkama, the king of Osroene (Kingdom of Edessa) in the first century, converted to Christianity, becoming the first Christian king. He is revered as a saint in the Armenian Apostolic Church. According to the History of Armenia by Movses Khorenatsi, Abgar was an Armenian king.
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THE ANSWER IS:
Queen Khosrovanuysh founded the Monastery of Sanahin in 966 and the Monastery of Haghpat in 976. These were scientific and educational centers in medieval Armenia. There were a university and a library at the Monastery of Sanahin. On the basis of the school of Haghpat, later the library of Haghpat was built.
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THE ANSWER IS:
In the inscriptions of the kings of Van Kingdom, it is called Biainili and sometimes Nairi; in Assyrian sources, Urartu, while in the Bible, Kingdom of Ararat.
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THE ANSWER IS:
St. Gregory the Illuminator is the first Catholicos of All Armenians. He is a revered saint not only in the Armenian Apostolic Church but also in the Russian and other Eastern and Oriental Orthodox Churches as well as in the Catholic and Anglican Churches.
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