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Looking At The Armenian Genocide Through the Lens of Art

Looking At The Armenian Genocide Through the Lens of Art Image is Hand made Armenian rug and traditional Clothing of Western Armenia

Armenian women guerrilla fighters, 1895. (not that I would ever endorse war or violence, but given the culture and the times, it's nice to see representations of strong Armenian women.

Armenian women during the 1895 Hamidian massacres, when the Armenians of Zeitun (modern Süleymanlı), fearing the prospect of massacre, took up arms to defend themselves from Ottoman troops. Our women are warriors

Luciag (pictured, centre) and Hovhannes wed in Erzurum, which is now in Turkey, in 1867 but escaped along with their daughter Vartanoosh Mironyan, born in 1886, in the early 20th century

Luciag (pictured, centre) and Hovhannes wed in Erzurum, which is now in Turkey, in 1867 but escaped along with their daughter Vartanoosh Mironyan, born in in the early century

Armenian silk velvet dress (skirt + vest). From Arapkir (in the North of the Malatya province), 1880. Embroidered with silk and metal thread. (History Museum of Armenia, Yerevan).

From Arapkir (in the North of the Malatya province), Embroidered with silk and metal thread. (History Museum of Armenia, Yerevan).

A fully armed Armenian mountain dweller. From the region between Van en Hakkari. Late-Ottoman era, end of 19th century.

A fully armed Armenian mountain dweller. From the region between Van en Hakkari. Late-Ottoman era, end of century.