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Undertaking the publication of ARAMAZD – Armenian Journal of Near
Eastern Studies, the Editorial Board, the Sponsors, and all Members of the
Association for Near Eastern and Caucasian Studies (Yerevan), follow one
important purpose – to create an atmosphere of collaboration and mutual
understanding between the scholars of our region and other countries and to
improve the level of their scientific communication.
This is the first periodical in Armenia devoted to the problems of history,
philology and cultures of the region, to be published in major European
languages. In the Soviet period and afterwards it have been reached considerable
achievements in the mentioned scientific branches. However the results have been
published mainly in Russian, Armenian and other languages spoken in Soviet
Republics, which as a rule remained unknown for the western reader because of
the language barrier. From the other side only a small part of the special
literature reached and is currently being reached Armenia and surrounding
post-Soviet countries. Hence, the articles of foreign authors to be published in
this journal will open a new way of information source for our specialists.
The journal is beyond political interests. It invites for contributions and
scientific dialogue all specialists to discuss the problems of history, culture
and philology of the ancient and medieval Near East and the Caucasus.