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  • #11
    Originally posted by TigranJamharian money feeds you and destroys you anon? Is that what it says? that is why you wouldnt want to live back then.

    Yes Baron I am really interested in the history and I would love to learn Armenian history again from a more mature viewpoint than 7th grade history class.
    Then read Derenik Demirdjian's book. It's been a while since I read it, but I remember being very very interested by it.


    • #12
      ya i thought i kinda knew history. big ups 2 me. but ya what vartan and his troops did was amazing.
      "If we wanted something, we just took it. If anyone complained twice, they got hit so bad, believe me, they never complained again."- Goodfellas


      • #13
        Yeah i definately will read the book. Do you know where i can find it?

        Anon i was talking about your quote thing on the bottom. Quid me nutrit me destruit


        • #14
          Originally posted by Baron Dants

          Im Hayrenyats hoki Vartan,
          Hokis hokvooyt yeghni ghoorban,
          Vor Dghmoodi aperi mod,
          Vatsoon Hazar Gdrichnerov,
          Zargir, Zargvar, Ingar Kach kach
          Barsige spradz i tsakh ou ach.

          Anyone know that song?

          OMG!! Baron, I remember that song from when I was in middle school. You just brought back a billion memories...........
          The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposing ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function. -- F. Scott Fitzgerald


          • #15
            Originally posted by TigranJamharian Yes agains the turks also. but that was in 1920

            Dont you know about Vartan Mamikonian against the Persians and how we held them back when they wanted to convert us to fire worshipers. That was back in 451 Ad i think. Im not sure because I havent gone to Armenians school since 8th grade so I forgot all my dates.
            These people need to snap back into reality. They proved their false misinterpretation when they said "sarbarad" was when the Armenians battled Persians. Anyway, it surely was a victory because the Persians-- being the sycophantic bottom feeders-- they literally surrendered to the outnumbered Armenian troops when the battles were taking place. For some miraculously odd reason, the Persians were just TOO MUCH yet Vartan s nephew VAHAN finally took the matters into his own hands near the mountain top then suddenly the so called "mighty Persians" were not so mighty when they were fleeing away as they fell one by one to the Armenian forces as soon as they turned the tide towards Persians near that little mountain side. Amazing indeed. Had Armenians been more unified the Persians would not have even DARED to enter Armenia afterwards to even "Start" a "war."


            • #16
              What was that story about the armenians being able to turn the persian elephants against the persians? I remember getting quite a kick out of that story back in the day.


              • #17
                yeahhhhhhhhhh! i remember that. the elephants were drunk werent they? the persians got the elephants drunk to make them ferocious and attack. i dont remember how they turned them against them though. i think it might have just been that since they were drunk they attacked everyone in sight and couldnt be controlled.