Armenian Van Vaspurakan (UCLA Armenian History and Culture by Richard G. Hovannisian

By Richard G. Hovannisian

The UCLA convention sequence «Historic Armenian towns and Provinces» has been equipped to discover the historic, political, cultural, spiritual, social, and financial legacy of a humans rooted at the Armenian Plateau for 3 millennia. Armenian Van/Vaspurakan is the 1st of the convention complaints to be released, in view of the truth that the world round Lake Van is the cradle of Armenian civilization.

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The letter was composed in Ottoman Turkish, a stylized Arabic script that was used in all formal correspondence by its sender, the thirty-three-year-old Ottoman sultan Murad III. This was the very first communication between a Turkish sultan and an English ruler. It was written in response to the arrival in Constantinople that spring of an English merchant, William Harborne, who had requested commercial privileges for his country superior to those that had thus far been awarded to any other Christian nation by the Ottomans.

Referring to what he called “this race of barbarians, their very origin obscure,” Erasmus argued that the Ottoman “sect” was “a mixture of Judaism, Christianity, paganism, and the Arian [non-Trinitarian] heresy. ” As was true of his medieval theological predecessors, Erasmus’s interest in Islam was secondary to the assumption that the faith was just a projection of a divided Christianity. ”28 Erasmus’s solution to the Turkish problem took on far greater significance when set against sixteenth-century Christian divisions.

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