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Posted by Fredsvenn den november 23, 2012

På Litteraturhuset, den 7. desember kl. 19.00 til 22.30

We are very much pleased to inform you, that the Armenian Embassy of Denmark and Norway in cooperation with Armenian Cultural Association of Norway , will arrange a cultural evening in devotion to Komitas Vardapet. Armenian folk and spiritual music by an Armenian prominent composer, Komitas expert – Arthur Shahnazaryan. The consert is for free!

Armenian folk and spiritual music by an Armenian prominent composer

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The Ur and Harran Latitudes, and Göbekli Tepe

Hurrian music

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Armenia

Armenian language is the root of the indoeuropean language, and also semittic. Armenian language consists of both the hurrian / urartian North est cacucasis and the more recently indoeuropean language, which share roots with sanskrit and greek – it is paleobaltic. The first split of the indoeuropean language family is anatolian, and then tocharian. The tocharians had the same haplotypes as the armenians, and comes from the armenian highland.

Armenians share the North east caucasian language together with ingushetians and chechenians, but also with the indoeuropean speaking kurds. Hurrians is both arians (armenians) and kurians (kurds). They have both kept the name, but it has been changed in different ways. North east caucasian language was spoken by the first agroculture culture living in Gobekli tepe, the birth place of both caucasian, semitic and indoeuropean cultures and languages. While semittic was first spoken in Syria around 6200 BC, indoeuropean was first spoken north of Caucasus around 4000 BC.

This culture (Gobekli tepe culture) existed between the rivers of Tigris, Euphrat, Kura and Araxes, but spread to both India, where it formed the Indus civilization, Persia, where it formed the Elamit civilization, Iraq, where it formed the Sumerian civilization, Egypt, where it formed the Pharoic civilization, the Aegean Sea, where it formed the Minoan civilization, Balkan, where it formed the Old European civilizations, Caucasus, where it formed the first transcaucasian civilization and the steppes north of Caucasus, where it formed different steppe cultures.

It was the steppe cultures who developed the indoeuropean languages, which got spread by the use of the horse.

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FB: Armenians in Norway – Armenere i Norge

FB: Armenian Norwegian Friendship Group

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