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Ararat Armenia Navigation menu VideoԱրարատ-Արմենիա - Արարատ Der FC Ararat-Armenia ist ein armenischer Fußballverein aus Jerewan. Der Club spielt momentan in der höchsten armenischen Liga, der Bardsragujn chumb. Alles zum Verein Ararat-Armenia (Bardsragujn chumb) ➤ aktueller Kader mit Marktwerten ➤ Transfers ➤ Gerüchte ➤ Spieler-Statistiken ➤ Spielplan ➤ News. Der FC Ararat-Armenia (armenisch Ֆուտբոլային Ակումբ Արարատ-Արմենիա, Futbolayin Akumb Ararat-Armenia, englisch. Alle Infos zum Verein FC Ararat-Armenia Erewan ⬢ Kader, Termine, Spielplan, Historie ⬢ Wettbewerbe: Europa-League-Qualifikation, Armenian Premier. Despite lying outside the borders of modern Armenia, Ararat has historically been associated with Armenia. Armenia has not officially Blackjack Regeln territorial claims in respect of Turkey but the regular references to the genocide and to Mount Ararat, a national symbol for Armenians which is situated in contemporary Turkey, clearly indicates that the border with their eastern neighbour is contested. Highest points of Majong Free Games. Spieltag So. Pyunik Erewan. Cup Niedersachsen Amateure Reg. Mailson Lima Mailson Lima.
Ararat is twinned with. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Place in Ararat, Armenia. See also: List of twin towns and sister cities in Armenia.
David Encyclopaedia Judaica 2nd ed. Archived from the original on Ararat Province. Capital: Artashat. Ararat Artashat Masis Vedi.
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Pyunik Yerevan. Ararat-Armenia 2. Starting Line-up: All fixtures. On 2 August , Vadim Skripchenko was appointed as the new head coach of Ararat-Armenia,  before being sacked on 25 September , and Ararat-Armenia-2 manager Artak Oseyan being appointed as caretaker manager.
Three days later, 17 July , Manager Vardan Minasyan left the club after his contract expired. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
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Retrieved 2 May Arm Football. In addition, this combination of landslide and debris flow destroyed the Armenian monastery of St.
Jacob near Akori, the town of Aralik , several villages, and Russian military barracks. It also temporarily dammed the Sevjur Metsamor River.
The 13th century missionary William of Rubruck wrote that "Many have tried to climb it, but none has been able. The Armenian Apostolic Church was historically opposed to ascents of Ararat on religious grounds.
Thomas Stackhouse , an 18th-century English theologian, noted that "All the Armenians are firmly persuaded that Noah's ark exists to the present day on the summit of Mount Ararat, and that in order to preserve it, no person is permitted to approach it.
They set up a base camp at the Armenian monastery of St. This was not only the first recorded ascent of Ararat, but also the second highest elevation climbed by man up to that date outside of Mount Licancabur in the Chilean Andes.
Abovian dug a hole in the ice and erected a wooden cross facing north. Lynch   —climbed the mountain. The first winter climb was by Turkish alpinist Bozkurt Ergör , the former president of the Turkish Mountaineering Federation , who climbed the peak on 21 February Mount Ararat has been associated with the Genesis account since the 11th century,  and Armenians began to identify it as the ark's landing place during that time.
Conybeare wrote that the mountain was "a center and focus of pagan myths and cults… and it was only in the eleventh century, after these had vanished from the popular mind, that the Armenian theologians ventured to locate on its eternal snows the resting-place of Noah's ark.
Most Christians identify Mount Ararat with the biblical "mountains of Ararat," "largely because it would have been the first peak to emerge from the receding flood waters",  and it is where most of Western Christianity place the landing of Noah's Ark.
Dwight wrote in that it is "the general opinion of the learned in Europe" that the Ark landed on Mt. Ararat in mind because it is so "very much higher, more conspicuous, and more majestic than any other summit in Armenia.
Those critical of this view point out that Ararat was the name of the country at the time when Genesis was written, not specifically the mountain.
Arnold wrote in his Genesis commentary, "The location 'on the mountains' of Ararat indicates not a specific mountain by that name, but rather the mountainous region of the land of Ararat.
Ararat has traditionally been the main focus of the searches for Noah's Ark. Ararat anomaly and rumors, "no scientific evidence of the ark has emerged.
Despite lying outside the borders of modern Armenia, Ararat has historically been associated with Armenia. Ararat is known as the " holy mountain " of the Armenian people.
Ararat symbolized the historical Armenian nation-state. The Genesis flood narrative was linked to the Armenian myth of origin by the early medieval historian Movses Khorenatsi.
In his History of Armenia , he wrote that Noah and his family first settled in Armenia and later moved to Babylon.
Hayk , a descendant of Japheth , a son of Noah, revolted against Bel the biblical Nimrod and returned to the area around Mount Ararat, where he established the roots of the Armenian nation.
He is thus considered the legendary founding father and the name giver of the Armenian people. Mount Ararat has been depicted on the coat of arms of Armenia consistently since This coat of arms was readopted by the legislature of the Republic of Armenia on April 19, , after Armenia regained independence.
Ararat is depicted along with the ark on its peak on the shield on an orange background. First Republic — Soviet Republic — In the aftermath of the Armenian Genocide of , Ararat came to represent the destruction of the native Armenian population of eastern Turkey Western Armenia in the national consciousness of Armenians.
Goldman noted in , "In most Armenian homes in the modern diaspora , there are pictures of Mount Ararat, a bittersweet reminder of the homeland and national aspirations.
Ararat has become a symbol of Armenian efforts to reclaim its "lost lands", i. Turkish political scientist Bayram Balci argues that regular references to the Armenian Genocide and Mount Ararat "clearly indicate" that the border with Turkey is contested in Armenia.
Wherever Armenians live in the world today, you will find a picture of Mount Ararat in their homes. And I feel certain that a time will come when Mount Ararat is no longer a symbol of the separation between our peoples, but an emblem of understanding.
But let me make this clear: Never has a representative of Armenia made territorial demands. Turkey alleges this—perhaps out of its own bad conscience?
The most prominent party to lay claims to eastern Turkey is the nationalist Armenian Revolutionary Federation Dashnaktsutyun. Ethnographer Levon Abrahamian noted that Ararat is visually present for Armenians in reality it can be seen from many houses in Yerevan and settlements in the Ararat plain , symbolically through many visual representations, such as on Armenia's coats of arms , and culturally—in numerous and various nostalgic poetical, political, architectural representation.
Mount Ararat has been depicted on various Armenian dram banknotes issued in —; on the reverse of the 10 dram banknotes issued in , on the reverse of the 50 dram banknotes issued in , on the obverse of the and dram banknotes issued in , and on the reverse of the 50, dram banknotes issued in It was also depicted on the reverse of the Turkish lira banknotes of — Ararat is depicted on the logos of two of Armenia's leading universities—the Yerevan State University and the American University of Armenia.
The logo of Armavia , Armenia's now defunct flag carrier , also depicted Ararat. Massis weekly are both named for the mountain.
The Ararat brandy, produced by the Yerevan Brandy Company since , is considered the most prestigious Eastern European brandy. Ararat was depicted in the books of European, including many British, travelers in the 18th—19th centuries who visited Armenia.
Joseph Pitton de Tournefort , James Bryce , According to one source, the first Armenian artist to depict the mountain was Ivan Aivazovsky ,  who created a painting of Ararat during his visit to Armenia in Ivan Aivazovsky , Valley of Mount Ararat , Yeghishe Tadevosyan , Ararat from Ejmiatsin , Rouben Paul Adalian suggested that "there is probably more poetry written about Mount Ararat than any other mountain on earth.
Russian Symbolist poet Valery Bryusov often referred to Ararat in his poetry and dedicated two poems to the mountain, [k] which were published in Bryusov saw Ararat as the embodiment of antiquity of the Armenian people and their culture.
Russian poet Osip Mandelstam wrote fondly of Ararat during his travels in Armenia. It is this snowy mountain, this bluish-white sunlit mountain that shone in the eyes of those who wrote the Bible.
In The Maximus Poems American poet Charles Olson , who grew up near the Armenian neighborhood in Worcester, Massachusetts , compares the Ararat Hill near his childhood home to the mountain and "imagines he can capture an Armenian's immigrant perspective: the view of Ararat Hill as Mount Ararat.
Several major episodes in Declare by Tim Powers take place on Mt. In the book, it is the focal point of supernatural happenings.
Ararat is featured prominently in Armenian literature. View of Ararat with the Khor Virap in the front, Armenia. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Highest mountain in Turkey, near the border with Armenia. This article is about the place in Turkey. For other uses, see Mount Ararat disambiguation.
Not to be confused with Mount Arayat or Mount Arafat. Friedrich Parrot. Khachatur Abovian. Robert Ker Porter , Lynch , Gevorg Bashinjaghian , Panos Terlemezian , I went out of the tent into the fresh morning air.
The sun was rising. Against the clear sky one could see a white-snowcapped, twin-peaked mountain. Avidly I looked at the Biblical mountain, saw the ark moored to its peak with the hope of regeneration and life, saw both the raven and dove, flying forth, the symbols of punishment and reconciliation View of Ararat from Khor Virap , Armenia.
The Pulpit Commentary. It is agreed by all [ clarification needed ] that the term Ararat describes a region.
John Dummelow's Commentary on the Bible. Ararat is the Assyrian 'Urardhu,' the country round Lake Van, in what is now called Armenia… and perhaps it is a general expression for the hilly country which lay to the N.
Masis, now called Mt. Ararat a peak 17, ft. That verse does not say that the Ark landed upon Mount Ararat, but upon 'the mountains of Ararat.
Ararat, which was the geographical center of the ancient Armenian kingdoms Ararat represent Does modern Turkey consider the possibility of giving the mount back to Armenians?
Banknote Museum: 6. Series , II. Institutt for informatikk University of Bergen. Archived from the original on Retrieved August University of Bergen.
Archived from the original on 21 October Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research. Bibcode : JVGR Ararat, Turkey".
National Aeronautics and Space Administration. International Journal of Middle East Studies. Nationalist Turkey annexed the Surmalu district, embracing Mount Ararat, the historic symbol of the Armenian people.
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Translated by Nora Seligman Favorov. New Haven: Yale University Press. Ararat: In Search of the Mythical Mountain. Random House. David Encyclopaedia Judaica 2nd ed.
Ararat was thought by Gesenius to be a Sanskrit word Arjawartah , signifying "holy ground," In Fairbairn, Patrick ed.
Glasgow: Blackie and Son.The 13th century missionary William of Rubruck wrote that "Many have tried to climb it, but none has been able. Armenians view Mount Ararat as both a Danone-Dany of the Genocide and loss of hallowed land. Archived from the original on 18 November A History of Armenia. National team players: 5. Access is still limited, even for climbers who obtain the necessary permission, and those who venture off the approved path may be fired upon without warning. Yusuf Otubanjo Y. Glasgow: Blackie and Son. It is worth noting that, contrary to Armenian Apostolic Church discourse and popular knowledge, it was probably as late as the beginning of the Ararat Armenia millennium AD when the localization of the biblical Mount Ararat was permanently moved from the highlands hemming upper Mesopotamia to Mount Masis in the heart of historical Armenian territory. Kleptomanie Symptome Fairbairn, Patrick ed. Sargis Shahinyan Central Midfield.