Yerevan Magazine is classified by many as the top Armenian magazine in the world, particularly the Russian edition which is read across Russia and the countries of the CIS. Ms Ashkhen Zakharyan, our Head Librarian, has be comissioned to write an article on the oldest existing hand written Armenian cursive text set on an papyrus thought to come from Egypt! See here: http://www.academia.edu/3268654/_
20.01.2013. This new interview in English by the Civilitas Foundation in Armenia discusses for the first time the family history of Dr. C. T. de Vartavan, the foundation of Egyptology in Armenia and the current research of the Armenian Egyptology Centre: click here!
AEC newsletter No. 26 (23-01-2013) presented the results of the preliminary evaluation of Dr. de Vartavan’s new vocalizing system for Ancient Egyptian by seven international scholars. Click here for the PDF of the newsletter.
On 2012-12-03 our centre announced through its newsletter that Dr. de Vartavan developed a new system to vocalize ancient Egyptian. Click here for the PDF of the newsletter.
Dr. de Vartavan makes the headlines of the leading Armenian Magazine of Greece (Armeniaka) and gets a full double page article. See the article, about the creation of Egyptology in Armenia and AEC’s acquired international reputation, on the centre’s Facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/pages/ARMENIAN-EGYPTOLOGY-CENTRE/118336861587294?fref=ts.