Gugark
Gugark (Armenian: Գուգարք, Georgian: გოგარენე, Latin: Gogarene) was the 13th province of Greater Armenia. It now comprises parts of northern Armenia, northeast Turkey, and southwest Georg...
Tanakert
Tanakert (Armenian: Տանակերտ, Russian: Танакерт) is a settlement in the historical Goghtn Region of Armenia, currently included in the Ordubad region of the Nakhichivan Autonomous Republic of ...
Baluni
Baluni was a region and family of the old Armenia c. 400–800.The ruler about 445 was Varazchapuh Baluni; in 451 Arzak Baluni and Varaz Chapuh; in 480 Phapal Baluni; and in 605 Varaz Baluni.Balun...
Aliovit
Aghiovit was a region of the old Armenia c. 300–800 ruled by the family Gnuni. In 772 was occupied by the Qayasite dynasty.
Goghtn
Goght'n (Armenian: Գողթն; also mentioned in sources as Goght'an, Գողթան, and spelled Gołt'n by modern scholars) was a canton (gavaṛ) located in the province of Vaspurakan in historical Armenia. It...
List of regions of old Armenia
This is a list of regions and or districts of ancient Armenia.
List of regions of old Armenia - Wikipedia
Aghdznik
Arzanene (Greek: Ἀρζανηνή), in Armenian Aghdznik or Altzniq (Armenian: Աղձնիք Ałjnikʿ), was a historical region in southwestern Greater Armenia. It covered an area of 17,530 km (7,000...
Aghdznik - Wikipedia
Mtsghun
Mtsghun (Armenian: Մծղուն, Russian: Мтсхун), an ancient settlement in Goghtn Region of Armenia, currently included into Ordubad Rayon of Nakhichevan autonomy of Azerbaijan.The settlement was d...
Mtsghun - Wikipedia
Dimaksean
Dimaksean was a region and family of the old Armenia c. 400–800.The known rulers are:
Dariunq
Dariunq was a region of the old Armenia c. 300-800 ruled by the Bagratuni family.
Gardman
Gardman (Armenian: Գարդման) was one of the eight districts of the ancient province of Utik' in the Kingdom of Armenia and simultaneously, together with the district of Tush, an Armenian principali...
Gardman - Wikipedia
Taron (historic Armenia)
Taron (Armenian: Տարոն; Daron; Greek: Ταρών, Tarōn; Latin: Taraunitis) was a canton of the Turuberan province of Greater Armenia, roughly corresponding to the Muş Province of modern Turke...
Taron (historic Armenia) - Wikipedia
Kamsarakan
Kamsarakan (Armenian: Կամսարական) was an Armenian noble family that was an offshoot of the Karen-Pahlav Clan, one of the seven great houses of Parthia of Arsacid origin.Most of their lands were ac...
Bist (village)
Bist (Armenian: Բիստ, Russian: Бист), is a village and municipality in Goghtn Region of Armenia, currently included into Ordubad region of Nakhichevan autonomy of Azerbaijan. It has a populat...
Selkuniq
Selkuniq was a region and family of the old Armenia c. 300–800.Around 325 it was ruled by Mamikonian, but c. 390 was in the hands of the local family. Airouk Selkuniqtsi ruled it c. 451.
Selkuniq - Wikipedia
Tmoriq
Tmoriq was a region and family of the old Armenia c. 300-800. Was in the south of Armenia.
Kingdom of Commagene
The Kingdom of Commagene (Armenian: Կոմմագենէի Թագավորութիւն, Greek: Βασίλειον τῆς Kομμαγηνῆς) was an ancient Armenian kingdom of the Hellenistic period.Little is known of the region of Commag...
Remposian
Remposian was a region and family of the old Armenia c. 400–800. The country was in Salmas o Zaravand and part of Her (modern-day Khoy).The ruler about 451 was Nerchapuh Remposian.
Manavazian
Manavazian was a region and a family of the old Armenia c. 300–800, in the region of Manazkert.
Garithaianik
Garithaianik was a district of Siunik in the old Armenia, ruled by a local family whose main ruler was Nerseh Garithaiani c. 850
Belahuit
Belahuit or Belabitene is a region in Armenia. A family that rule it bear this name.
Andamej
Andamej (Armenian: Անդամեջ, Russian: Андамедж), a village in Goghtn Region of Armenia, currently included into Ordubad region of Nakhichevan autonomy of Azerbaijan.In the beginning of the 20th...
Vanand
Vanand (Armenian: Վանանդ) is the name used to describe the area of historic Armenia that roughly corresponds to the Kars Province of present-day Turkey. Named after the Armenian family of Vanandi...
Vanand - Wikipedia
Gnuni
Gnuni (Armenian: Գնունի) was a noble family of old Armenia c. 300–800.Main rulers:Around 772, Manazkert and Aghiovit were occupied by the Qayasite Dynasty.
Tayk
Tayk (Armenian: Տայք Taykʿ), was a historical province of the Greater Armenia, one of its 15 ashkars (worlds). Tayk consisted of 8 cantons: In the Middle Ages, it became part of the Georgian king...
Tayk - Wikipedia
Vaspurakan
Vaspurakan (also transliterated as Vasbouragan in Western Armenian; Armenian: Վասպուրական, (Vaspourakan) meaning the "noble land" or "land of princes") was the eighth province of Greater Armenia, ...
Vaspurakan - Wikipedia
Djahan
Djahan was an old Armenian region ruled by the local family Thornetsi
Djahan - Wikipedia
Karbelian
Karbelian was a region and family of the old Armenia c. 400-800. The main known ruler is Arten Karbelian c. 451.
Zakarid Armenia
Zakarid Armenia (Armenian: Զաքարյան Հայաստան Zakaryan Hayastan), was an Armenian principality between 1201 and 1360, ruled by the Zakarian dynasty. The city of Ani was the capital of the princedom...
Zakarid Armenia - Wikipedia