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The 1823 Russian survey of the Karabagh province

P. I. MogilevskД«Д­

The 1823 Russian survey of the Karabagh province

a primary source on the demography and economy of Karabagh in the early 19th century

by P. I. MogilevskД«Д­

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Published by Mazda Publishers in Costa Mesa, California .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Households,
  • Statistics,
  • Economic conditions,
  • Revenue,
  • Taxation,
  • Population,
  • Registers

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Other titles1823 Russian survey of Karabagh
    Statementannotated translation from the original 1866 edition with an introduction and commentary by George A. Bournoutian
    SeriesArmenian studies series -- no. 18, Armenian studies series -- no. 18.
    ContributionsErmolov, P. N. (Petr Nikolaevich), 1787-1844
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHA4556.3.Z9 N3413 2011, DK699.N34 N3413 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25033298M
    ISBN 109781568591735
    LC Control Number2011037383

    The Russian survey of the Karabagh province: a primary source on the demography and economy of Karabagh in the early 19th century / annotated translation from the original edition with an introduction and commentary by George A. Bournoutian Costa Mesa, Calif.: Mazda Publishers, Armenian Research Center.   Subtitles: Armenian, Russian, English Duration: 52 min. Posted on Janu January 6, Turks march in Paris to denounce genocide bill.

    The Russian Survey Of The Karabagh Province $ The Armenians in the Medieval Islamic World $ The Evolution of the Armenian Question $ The Immigrants’ Daughter $ The Lands of Legends $ The Musa Dagh Armenians $ Three Treaties Alexandropol, Moscow And Kars Treat. For the de facto independent state formerly named Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, see Republic of Artsakh. Disputed territory in Transcau Author: Ubthj.

    According to the Russian survey of the Karabakh Khanate, the lands of the five Meliks (the mountainous Karabakh) was about 93 percent Armenian. However, the Karabakh Khanate as a whole was (Chopin, Historical Survey of the Conditions of the Armenian Province at the Time o fits Unification with the Russian Empire, S. Peterburg: ). Ñåðãåé Í. Ãëèíêà, Í.


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The Russian Survey of the Karabagh Province by P. I. Mogilevskii; P. N. Ermolov; George A. Bournoutian (Commentaries by) Call Number: Faculty Author O 61 ISBN: X.A survey prepared by the Russian imperial authorities ina year after and several years before the Armenian migration from Persia to the newly established Armenian Province, shows that all Armenians of Karabakh compactly resided in its highland portion, i.e.

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