ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF THE CLASSICAL SETTLEMENT AVANARINJ IN THE NORTH-EASTERN PART OF EREVAN (2ND CENTURY BC-1ST CENTURY AD)
In studying the history of Armenia, the discovery of the classical Armenian settlement Avan designated a chronological link between the monuments of the Bronze Age (Shengavit) (4th–3rd millennia BC) located in the territory of Erevan, those of the periods of the Van (Erebuni-Erevan: Arin-Berd, Teishebaini - Karmir-Blur) (8th-7th centuries BC) and the Haykazun-Ervanduni kingdoms (6th-3rd centuries BC) on the one hand, and on the other hand, the late antique period (Arin-Berd, Karmir-Blur, Hushablur, Tsitsernakaberd, etc.) (2nd century BC – 3rd century AD) and further. It is an important link for the study of the cultural and historical continuity of archaeological sites on the territory of Erevan.
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