Albania Kaukasus

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Kadé kaliru jeung nagara kiwari, Albania
Albania Kaukasus
Wewengkon, Karajaan, Karajaan Handapan, jeung Kasatrapan nalika kakaisaran Parthia jeung Sassanid

abad ka-4 SM – abad ka-8th century AD
Watws Albania Kaukasus karajaan Arsacid (ahir abad ka-4) dina kakaisaran Sassanid[1]
Ibu kota Kabalak, Partav
Basa Basa Albania Kaukasus, Basa Arménia, Basa Parthia,[2]Pérsia Tengah[3][4]
Agama Paganisme, Kristen, Zoroastrianisme
Struktur pulitik Wewengkon, Karajaan, Karajaan Handapan, jeung Kasatrapan nalika kakaisaran Parthia jeung Sassanid
Jaman Kuna
 - Ngadeg abada ka-4 SM
 - Bubar abad ka-8
Ayeuna bagian ti Bandéra Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
Bandéra Rusia Rusia

Albania (Latin: Albānia, Yunani: Ἀλβανία, Albanía,[5] dina Basa Arménia Kuna: Աղուանք Ałuankʿ,[6] Basa Parthia: Ardhan, Pérsia Tengah: Arran; biasana disebut Albania Kaukasus pikeun ngabédakeunana jeung nagara modérn Albania; ngaran aslina tau kawanoh[7][8]) nyaéta hiji ngaran pikeun wewengkon kuna di Kaukasus wétan, nu aya di wewengkon Azerbaijan kiwari sarta sabagian Dagéstan.

Tingali ogé[édit | édit sumber]

Catetan[édit | édit sumber]

  1. M. L. Chaumont, "ALBANIA" in Encyclopaedia Iranica. The Sasanian period. In about A.D. 252-53 Šāpūr I made himself lord of Great Armenia, which was turned into a Sasanian province; Iberia and Albania were also soon conquered and annexed.
  2. Toumanoff, Cyril. The Arsacids. Encyclopædia Iranica. excerpt:"Whatever the sporadic suzerainty of Rome, the country was now a part—together with Iberia (East Georgia) and (Caucasian) Albania, where other Arsacid branched reigned—of a pan-Arsacid family federation. Culturally, the predominance of Hellenism, as under the Artaxiads, was now followed by a predominance of “Iranianism,” and, symptomatically, instead of Greek, as before, Parthian became the language of the educated"
  3. Shnirelman, V.A.(2001), 'The value of the Past: Myths, Identity and Politics in Transcaucasia', Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology. pp 79: "Yet, even at the time of Caucasian Albania and later on, as well, the region was greatly affected by Iran and Persian enjoyed even more success than the Albanian language".
  4. Benjamin W. Fortson, "Indo-European Language and Culture: An Introduction", John Wiley and Sons, 2009. pg 242: " Middle Persian was the official language of the Sassanian dynasty"
  5. James Stuart Olson. An Ethnohistorical Dictionary of the Russian and Soviet Empires. ISBN 0-313-27497-5
  6. the grapheme ł is variously transcribed as l, g, and gh, resulting in variations Aluan/Alvan, Aguan/Agvan, and Aghuan/Aghvan (translations by K.Patkanian 1861, Sh.В. Smbatian 1984, A.A.Akopian 1987, et al
  7. Robert H. Hewsen. "Ethno-History and the Armenian Influence upon the Caucasian Albanians", in: Samuelian, Thomas J. (Ed.), Classical Armenian Culture. Influences and Creativity. Chicago: 1982, pp. 27-40.
  8. Bosworth, Clifford E. Arran. Encyclopædia Iranica.

Rujukan[édit | édit sumber]

  • (It.) Marco Bais Albania caucasica: ethnos, storia, territorio attraverso le fonti greche, latine e armene. Mimesis Edizioni. Roma, 2001 ISBN 88-87231-95-8
  • (Basa Rusia) Movses Kalankatuatsi. The History of Aluank. Translated from Old Armenian (Grabar) by Sh.V.Smbatian, Yerevan, 1984.
  • (Basa Inggris) Koriun, The Life of Mashtots, translated from Old Armenian (Grabar) by Bedros Norehad.
  • (Basa Géorgia) Movses Kalankatuatsi. History of Albania. Translated by L. Davlianidze-Tatishvili, Tbilisi, 1985.
  • (Basa Rusia) Movses Khorenatsi The History of Armenia. Translated from Old Armenian (Grabar) by Gagik Sargsyan, Yerevan, 1990.
  • (Basa Inggris) Ilia Abuladze. About the discovery of the alphabet of the Caucasian Albanians. - "Bulletin of the Institute of Language, History and Material Culture (ENIMK)", Vol. 4, Ch. I, Tbilisi, 1938.

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