Cary, M. The Geographical Background of Greek and Roman History. London, England: Oxford University Press, 1949.
This particular reference gives a good geographic layout useful for incorporartion of Roman war strategies with historic examples.
Dio Cassius. Dio's Roman History. Trans. Earnest Cary. Vol 8. Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1961.
Cassius's description of the Roman involvement in Armenia is intriguing with historical and emotional accounts.
Encyclopedia Americana. International Edition. S.v. "Armenia."
Offered here is a concise geographic seasonal information helpful in understanding war tactics and difficulties.
Federal Research Division. Armenia, Agerbaijan, and Georgia: Country Studies. Washington: Library of Congress, 1994.
A very good resource in explaining the cultural beginning structure and its progress through different influences.
Goeffery Cumberlege. Oxford Classical Dictionary. 1949.
A basic look at who ruled when and for how long.
Gaidzakian, Ohan. Illustrated Armenia and the Armenians, Boston, 1989.
This is a good guide to specific events with an investigated twist.
Hovhannisyan, Husik. "Welcome to Armenia." Internet document; accessed 3 January 1997 at http://wotan.wiwi.hu-berlin.de/~houssik/Window/tour.html
Source for the photographs used in this report.
Khorenats'i, Moses. History of the Armenians. London, England: Harvard University Press, 1978.
A complete history including Biblical scripture as a support.
Lang, David Marshall, and Christopher J. Walker. "The Armenians." Minority Rights Group, no. 32. (1982).
This report gives strong facts on Armenia's constant struggle with warfare from the very beginning and up to date.
The University of Texas at Austin. "The Perry-Castaņeda Library Map Collection." Internet document; accessed 3 January 1997 at http://www.lib.utexas.edu/Libs/PCL/Map_collection/middle_east.html.
The map of Kurdish Lands comes from this site.
Xenophon, Whole Works of Xenophon. Trans. Ashley cooper, Spelman, Smith, Fielding, and others. London: Jones and Co. 1832.
Xenophon gives a very intricate historical view with dialogue. Includes: relationships to neighbors, revolts, number of armies: archers, horse, and foot.
Morgan, Jacques Jean Marie de, The History of the Armenian People. Trans. Earnest F. Barry. Boston: Hairenik Press, pref. 1918.
Piotrovskii, B. B. The Ancient Civilization of Urartu. Trans. James Hogarth. New York: Cowles Book Co. 1969.
Aslan, Kevork, Armenia and the Armenians From the Earliest Times Until the Great War. Trans. Pierre Crabites. New York: The MacMillan Company. 1920.
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