CHAPTER 11 THE RELIGIOUS AUTONOMY IN KARABAKH (1828-1905)

REFERENCE MATTER TO CHAPTER 11

1. “Collection of Deeds Concerning the History of the Formation of the Armenian

Nation”. v1, M, 1833, p.278.

2. Leo “Selection of Works”, v.4, Yerevan 1973, p.485.

3. S.D. Davtian “Artsakh as an Important Centre of Armenian Culture”, Yerevan,

1991, p.106.

4. Leo, v.4, p.520.

5. Ibid, p.521.

6. Review on the Russian Overlordship of Caucasus, part III, 1836, St.

Petersburg, p.307-309.

7. Leo “History of Karabakh Armenian Religious School”, Tiflis, 1914, p.63.

8. “Armenia and Karabakh. The Struggle for Unity” Edited by Christopher J.

Walker, London, 1991. p.83

S. Manukian, A. Vahramian “A Karabakhian Document”, Milan, 1988, p.47.

9. Raffi, v10, p.181.

10. Baron von Gaksthauzen “Transcaucasian Region, Notes” S.P.B. 1857.

11. V. Vereshchagin “Stories, Reports and Memoirs”. A Tour of Transcaucasia.

M, 1990, p.119.

12. Caucasian Messenger, 1902, N4, Segel “Yelizavetpol Province, Impressions

and Memoirs”, p.144.

13. Shushinski “Shusha”, Baku, 1968, p.64.

14. Lalayan “Compositions”, v2, Artsakh, Yerevan, 1988, p.92.

15. Ibid…, p.92

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