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Massacres of Diyarbakır (1895)
Dikrranagerr style Dancing
DikranagerdChurch in Turkey to Display Armenian Legacy
April 24, 2011 Tall Armenian Tail-Armenian Man murdered in Diyarbakir
Asbarez – Garo Paylan, an Armenian member of the Turkish ... of areas and structures in Diyarbakir (Dikranagerd), among them the Surp ...
Aug 9, 2012 - What is it that distinguishes the Armenians of Dikranagerd from other Armenians? Certainly, they have. their own dialect which has been ...
Dec 9, 2013 - We have already seen samples of the Marash Dialect from that invaluable tome by ... from the Dikranagerd-Armenian dialect is now available.
Dec 9, 2013 - Dikranagerd-Armenian Dialect Dictionary Released. TEANECK, N.J. â€“ After years of compilation, a new dictionary of words and expressions ...
When I started writing articles about the hidden Armenians and the Surp Giragos Church reconstruction project in Diyarbakir (Dikranagerd), ...
Garo Parylan, representing the People's Democratic Party (HDP) and ... During this election Paylan, who was representing the third district of Istanbul, ran in the Kurdish majority region of Diyarbakir (Dikranagerd) where he ...
Dec 9, 2013 - No one knows how many Armenian Genocide survivors were integrated into Turkish society, ... “The Dikranagerd dialect is my native language.
Tigranocerta was the capital of the Armenian Kingdom. It bore the name of Tigranes the Great, ... During the Ottoman period, Armenians referred to the city of Diyarbekir as Dikranagerd (Western Armenian pronunciation of Tigranakert).
Crimes Against Humanity and Civilization: The Genocide of the Armenians. .... they called their city by its Armenian name, Dikranagerd, the city of King Dikran, ...
Apr 12, 2018 - It is time to talk about the living victims of the Genocide, the ... of Surp Giragos Armenian Church in Diyarbakir/Dikranagerd in Turkey, the largest ...
Founder King Dikran the Great
St. Mary Church, Diyarbakır-History
When Diyarbakir was known by its Syriac name Amid, it was the seat of some of the Patriarchs of the Assyrian Church of the East and thus an original Assyrian/Syriac stronghold that produced many famous theologians and Patriarchs. There are many relics in the Church, such as the bones of the apostle Thomas and St. Jacob of Sarug. The church also has a large and very significant collection of manuscripts.
The library world cat- Armenia on the Tigris : the vilayet of Diarbekir and the sanjak of Urfa / Robert H. ... The Armenian dialects of Dikranagerd/Tigranakert and Urfa / Bert Vaux --
Under King Tigranes II the Great, from 95 to 55 B.C. ... Yet, this was not always the case, as Armenia was once a powerful Eastern kingdom during the reign of Tigranes II, also known as Tigranes the Great. ... Having been defeated by the Roman general Lucullus, Mithridates fled to Tigranes ...
Tigranes II, more commonly known as Tigranes the Great (140 – 55 BC) was King of Armenia under whom the country became, for a short time, the strongest ...
Creation of the new capital
Tigran was a great admirer of great cities and he truly believed that the power of the state relied on the power of strong and prospering cities. The capital city of Artašat, established by King Artašes I, during the imperial period was isolated from the major trade routes and was now in the eastern corner of the vast empire. Tigran wanted to build a new city, a new capital. He envisioned the new capital full of grandeur -- a symbol of the New Armenia and the new order. The master architects searched for a strategically important location that would simultaneously fulfill multidimensional aspects for such an ambitious endeavor. The new capital --Tigranakert [Tigranocerta] -- the City of Tigran -- according to the vision, would become the new center of culture and civilization. Plutarch wrote that Tigranakert was "a rich and beautiful city where every common man and every man of rank studied to adorn it."
Notable people born in the city
Wikivoyage has a travel guide for Diyarbakir.
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Diyarbakır Province is a province in southeastern Turkey . The province covers an area of 15,355 km² and its population is 1,528,958. The provincial capital is ...
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Steeped in history dating back to traces of countless human habitations Diyarbakır is still a vibrant city with breathtaking cultural landscapes on UNESCO s ...
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