Martiros Kavoukjian (Գավուգչյան Gavowgčyan) was an Armenian architect and amateur Armenologist historian-archaeologist who has written various books on ancient Armenian history. Employment is a Contract between two parties, one being the employer and the other being the employee. Nationality is a relationship between a Person and their State of Origin, Culture, association Affiliation and/or Loyalty The Armenians (Հայեր Hayer) are a Nation and Ethnic group originating in the Caucasus and in the Armenian Highlands A large The Armenians (Հայեր Hayer) are a Nation and Ethnic group originating in the Caucasus and in the Armenian Highlands A large see History of Armenia (Moses of Chorene for the historiographical work He is best known for his national mysticist account of Armenian prehistory in Armenia, Subartu And Sumer, self-published in 1987 in both English and Armenian. National mysticism (German Nationalmystik) is a form of Nationalism which raises the Nation to the status of Numen or Divinity. The Armenian Highland shows traces of settlement from the Neolithic era Year 1987 ( MCMLXXXVII) was a Common year starting on Thursday (link displays 1987 Gregorian calendar) English is a West Germanic language originating in England and is the First language for most people in the United Kingdom, the United States The Armenian language (hy հայերեն լեզու hajɛɹɛn lɛzu —, conventional short form) is an Indo-European language spoken by the Armenian
His works were lauded by Armenain nativist Rafael Ishkhanyan, but mostly ignored in Soviet academia. Rafael Ishkhanyan or Ishkhanian (Ռաֆայել Իշխանյան 1922&ndash1996 is an Armenian philologist and historian
Studies of Kavoukjian have been cited in Armenian nationalist literature, including works by Levon Shahinyan , Rafael Ishkhanyan , Anzhela Teryan , Karapet Sukiasyan , Lily Stepanyan . Rafael Ishkhanyan or Ishkhanian (Ռաֆայել Իշխանյան 1922&ndash1996 is an Armenian philologist and historian Armenologist, archimandrite Gomidas Hovnanian in a 2006 interview expressed support to Kavoukjian as "a talented scientist" who had written a research on "The ancestral home of the Celtic tribes and Celtic-Caucasian connections". The title Archimandrite ( Greek: - archimandrites) primarily used in the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Eastern Catholic Churches 
|Armenia, Subartu And Sumer|
|Genre(s)||Prehistory, National mysticism|
|Publisher||M. The United States of America —commonly referred to as the English is a West Germanic language originating in England and is the First language for most people in the United Kingdom, the United States National mysticism (German Nationalmystik) is a form of Nationalism which raises the Nation to the status of Numen or Divinity. Publishing is the process of production and dissemination of Literature or Information &ndash the activity of making information available for public view Kavoukjian|
Armenia, Subartu And Sumer is inspired by the Armenian hypothesis of Indo-European origins. The Armenian hypothesis of the Proto-Indo-European Urheimat, based on the Glottalic theory suggests that the Proto-Indo-European language The Proto-Indo-Europeans (PIE were the speakers of the Proto-Indo-European language, who likely lived around 4000 BC, during the Copper Age and the It seeks to establish an ethnic Armenian identity for the Armani mentioned by Naram-Sin, for "Armani-Subari connections" and "Armani-Subari-Sumer relations". The Armenians (Հայեր Hayer) are a Nation and Ethnic group originating in the Caucasus and in the Armenian Highlands A large The land of Subar (Sumerian Su-bir4/Subar/Šubur or Subartu (Akkadian Šubartum/Subartum/ina Šú-ba-ri, Assyrian mât Šubarri) was situated Sumer ( Sumerian: sux-Latn [[Ki (earth ki]]-[[EN (cuneiform en]]-'''ĝir15''', Akkadian: Šumeru; possibly Biblical Shinar
The English translation was published privately with the support of the Malkhassian Foundation, Montreal. The book is identified as a "chauvinist attempt to equate the Proto-Armenians with various mentioned peoples in cuneiform and classical sources" by P. Kohl and G. Tzetzkhladze (1996).