Armenian 416 10 - Greece but then to venice Established in...

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Armenian 416 10 January 31, 2012 18 th Century Historians of Armenia and of literature consider the 16 th and 17 th centuries as dark centuries. Many Armenians had immigrated from Iran to India, there was religious pressure, taxation, and the good treatment form the shahs has ended They gained positions of power in India and gained access to trading routes to china, all the way to England. English came to India, when they arrived, Armenians were powerful, the british worked with the Armenians only to displace them. When dislodged by the british, the Armenians realized the importance of having your own nation and army. Semblance for central leadership begins to emerge in Constantinople, later Istanbul as the center for the Armenians Mekhitar converted to Catholicism and was persecuted by the Armenian church, fled to
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Unformatted text preview: Greece, but then to venice. Established in venice and worked towards bringing enlightenment • He would not be accepted by the armeninan church because he was catholic, but gradually his accomplishments were accepted in the 19 th century - publications, research, Armenian history, Armenian history • Hovnatan, kuchak, and sayat-nova all wrote of love, you could write a paper on their diference • ^ he’s willing to be happy, make merry, feel love, but he feels peaceful because he knows God will take care of things later • His Armenian is not as great as kuchak or sayat nova • Ode for spring and joy – “sings of wine, company, • Sayat nova… one of the greatest authors of the 18 th century...
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