General History of Ani
- ANİ ŞEHRİ: KISA TARİHÇE
concise history of Ani until the time of its final abandonment.
- ANİ ŞEHRİNİN YENİDEN KEŞFİ
How during the 19th century the outside world rediscovered the ruins of Ani. Includes early engravings of Ani, travel accounts, the first excavations, etc.
- ANI, RECENT HISTORY
The events that have affected Ani from 1921 until the present day.
On Subjects Specific to Ani
- ANİ'NİN TALANI: Türk Restorasyonları
An examination of the disasterous "restorations" that have been inflicted on the monuments at Ani in recent years by the Turkish Ministry of Culture.
- NIKOLI MARR AND HIS EXCAVATIONS AT ANI
A biography of the archaeologist Nikolai Marr, and a year-by-year account of his excavations at Ani.
- THE EXCAVATIONS DURING 1905
Nikolai Marr's account of his 1905 season of excavations at Ani, including the discovery of King Gagik's church.
- KURKDJIAN'S PHOTOGRAPHS
The stereoscopic photographs of Ani taken by the Armenian photographer Kurkdjian in the late 1870s or early 1880s.
- ANİ TAŞ OCAKLARI
The facts about the huge quarry, located opposite Ani, that was opened in 1991 and that has been expanding ever since.
- Also, see the ACCOUNTS section for a large selection of travellers' accounts of their visits to Ani.
- Also, see the EPHEMERA section for a selection of items with connections to Ani.
On Various Other Subjects
- VARAGAVANK MONASTERY IN 1893
H. F. B. Lynch's description of a visit to Varagavank (Yedi Kilise) monastery in 1893.
- GÖLLÜ OVASI
H. F. B. Lynch's description of the plain of Kindirantz (Göllü Ovasi) in the 1890s.
- IGDIR IN 1919
An account of Igdir from an article in the National Geographic Magazine of 1919.
- KOSSOVO: CULTURAL GENOCIDE IN PROGRESS
The destruction of historic Serbian churches in Kossovo after its annexation by NATO in 1999, and how this mirrors in intent the destruction of Armenian monuments in Turkey.
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