THE “CORRESPONDENCE” OF NICOGHAYOS ADONTS

Dedicated to the 150th birth anniversary of the great byzantinist and armenologist

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  • Aelita DOLUKHANYAN ASPU

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24234/miopap.v20i2.408

Keywords:

N. Adonts, N. Marr, Brussels, Byzantium, Armenia, science, patriotism, Armenian Issue, genocide

Abstract

The letters of famous people are national and universal-sounding events. This is a reality from antic times, the manifestations of which are also present in the ancient, medieval, as well as new and modern Armenian literature.

We have in our possession 135 letters of the internationally renowned byzantinist, armenologist, philologist and historian Nicoghayos Adonts, written from 1893 to 1940.

The 135 letters of Nicoghayos Adonts, with corresponding notes, were prepared to publication by historian Petros Hovhanissian, who devoted his whole life to the study and publication of Adont’s scientific heritage. The 7th volume of the works of the famous scientist is dedicated to these letters.

Adonts’ “Correspondence” contains numerous letters addressed to N. Marr, N. Akinian, G. Hovsepian, T. Gushakian, K. Zarian and others, the theses in which are basic and can still be used by linguists, critics, politicians, historians and people involved in science in general.

References

Adonts N. G. (2006). Works I, Historical Scientific Researches, Yerevan, Editions of the State University of Yerevan, 535-546.

Adonts N.G. (2012). Works VI, (additional volume), Public Speaking, Yerevan, Editions of the State University of Yerevan.203-205, 366.

Adonts N.G. (2014). Works VII, Correspondence, Yerevan, Editions of the State University of Yerevan, 37, 35, 39, 42-49, 58, 60, 89, 92, 93, 150, 176, 185.

Frik (1952). Collection of Poems, New York, Publication of the Armenian general Benevolent Union Melkonian Fund.

Mushegh Ishkhan (1952). Three Great Armenians, Beirut, Printing House “Etvan”, p.17.

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Published

2021-10-20

How to Cite

Aelita DOLUKHANYAN. (2021). THE “CORRESPONDENCE” OF NICOGHAYOS ADONTS: Dedicated to the 150th birth anniversary of the great byzantinist and armenologist. Main Issues Of Pedagogy And Psychology, 20(2), 57-63. https://doi.org/10.24234/miopap.v20i2.408

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