Ancient Kurdish Clan (Tribe) Mamykan / Mamikonean    Latif Mammad     Armenian sources (Favstos Buzand. IV - 27,31,36,39; “The History of Armenia” by M. Khorensky; N. Adonts [1]) report on the princely clan Mamikoneans, whose ancestral area was considered Tayk. Sources emphasize that the Mamikonean's principalities along with the...

Indo-European homeland and migrations: half a century of studies and discussions     Tamaz V. Gamkrelidze & Vyacheslav V. Ivanov     The problem of the initial place from which the original Indo- European dialects spread over Eurasia has been studied by several generations of scholars. Few alternative points of view...

CULTURAL ASPECT OF ARMENIAN-KURDISH RELATIONS: PLAGIARISM – AT THE LEVEL OF STATE POLICY OF ARMENIA   Appeal to the Armenian people     LATIF MAMMAD & ANKOSI ISHKHAN ASLANOVICH     Modern Armenian-Kurdish relations are still largely under the shadow of the past …   In recent years, especially from the Armenians, a special interest has...

Ancient Mythology and Kurds. Ararat Or Judy?       Latif Mammad     The Kurds, as the ancient inhabitants of Mesopotamia, are directly related to the spiritual heritage that had been accumulating for thousands of years, enriched and subsequently flowed into the spiritual treasury of humanity. The Kurdish people,during a long...

Desperately Seeking Full-Time Kurdologists     Prof. M. Izady     A most important first step in launching the field of Kurdish studies is the creation of a cadre of area studies scholars and academics whose primary interests are Kurds. Thus far it has been the Turkologist, Arabist, Armeniologist or Iranist...