By Richard G. Hovannisian
The UCLA convention sequence «Historic Armenian towns and Provinces» has been prepared to discover the ancient, political, cultural, spiritual, social, and monetary legacy of a humans rooted at the Armenian Plateau for 3 millennia. Armenian Van/Vaspurakan is the 1st of the convention lawsuits to be released, in view of the truth that the realm round Lake Van is the cradle of Armenian civilization.
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E. 84 per cent) published in the Balkans during the Tanzimat period. 26 In the Danube province, which covered Northern Bulgaria and Southern Serbia, all but four county centres had their own city councils recorded in the first provincial yearbook in 1869. maa-1 Atik [EskidZumaja] were set up in 1871. Mangalya [Mangelia] was the only city without a council; this eventually was created in 1874. Thus, municipal reform was introduced into most of the cities in the Danube province. Southern Bulgaria and Thrace were part of the Edirne province during the third quarter of the nineteenth century.
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Armenian Van Vaspurakan (UCLA Armenian History and Culture Series) by Richard G. Hovannisian