HARUTYUN MARTIROSYAN: THE CITADEL OF THE CITY OF TEISHEBAINI AND CULTURAL RELATIONS WITH LOCAL TRIBES
Harutyun Martirosyan (1921-1977) was one of the outstanding Armenian archaeologists whose impact on the study of the material culture of ancient Armenia is great. He is the author of a number of monographs and articles published in 1950s-1970s (“Excavations in Golovino”, Yerevan, 1954 [in Russian]; “The city of Teishebaini”, Yerevan, 1961 [in Russian]; “Armenia during the Late Bronze and Iron ages”, Yerevan, 1964 [in Russian]; “Petroglyphs of the Geghama mountains”, Yerevan, 1971, 1981 [in Arm.]; “Prehistoric hieroglyphs of Armenia and their Urartian-Armenian duplicates”, Yerevan, 1973 [in Arm.]; “Argishtihinili”, Yerevan, 1974 [in Russian] etc.), which had laid solid fundament for further studies devoted to the archaeology of ancient Armenia (III-I mill. BC).
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