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The City of 1001 Churches
City of Ani: Then
City of Ani: Now
An Armenian Capital : Capital of Bagratid Dynasty The center of the Armenian Golden Age Became a trade route Armenian Catholicosate in 992 Sarkis I Peter I
King Ashot I: 3 sides: Protective cliffs Fourth side: Fortified walls East: Akhurian River West: Tzaghkotzadzor valley “City of forty gates” How was it defended?
Famous Sites The Cathedral of Ani “Soorp Asdvadzadzin” Started in 989, finished 1001 Architect Tridat 1071 Mosque
St Gregory of Tigran Honents (1215) Zakarid rule Wealthy merchant Famous Sites
Lost to Armenians King Gagik I Sons Hovhannes Smbat and Ashod IV quarreled Byzantine emperor was named in control 1064: Alp Arslan Seljuk Turks Two Earthquakes: 1319 and 1832
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