Ani (grad)

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Ani
Grad
Անի
The ruins of a city as viewed from Armenia. A grassy plain is in the foreground with around 10 buildings visible. A hill which is also covered in grass rises out of the plain in the background.
Ruševine grada Ani, pogled iz Armenije
Two rivers surround the V-shaped city. Churches and other surviving buildings are noted on the map as places of interest.
A map of Ani
Ani is located in Turkey
Ani
Ani
A map of Ani
Koordinate: 40°30′27″N 43°34′22″E / 40.50750°N 43.57278°E / 40.50750; 43.57278Koordinate: 40°30′27″N 43°34′22″E / 40.50750°N 43.57278°E / 40.50750; 43.57278
zemlja Turska
Provincija Kars
Nadmorska visina 1,464 m (4,803 ft)
Stanovništvo
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Ani (armenski: Անի, turski: Ani, latinski: 'Abnicum') je nekadašnji grad, čiji se ostaci nalaze u turskoj provinciji Kars na granici s Armenijom, a koji je u srednjem vijeku bio prijestolnica tadašnje Kraljevine Armenije.

Prvi put se spominje u 5. vijeku, a prijestolnicom Armenije je postao 961. Do 18. vijeka je bio potpuno napušten.

Literatura[uredi - уреди]

  • Cowe, S. Peter (2001). Ani: World Architectural Heritage of a Medieval Armenian Capital. Sterling, Va.: Peeters. 
  • ((hy)) Hakobyan, Tadevos Kh. (1980). Անիի Պատմություն, Հնագույն Ժամանակներից մինչև 1045 թ, գիրք 1 (The History of Ani, from Ancient Times Until 1045, Book I). Yerevan, Armenian SSR: Yerevan State University Press. 
  • ((hy)) Hakobyan, Tadevos Kh. (1982). Անիի Պատմություն, 1045 թ. մինչև անկումն ու ամայացումը, գիրք 2 (The History of Ani, from 1045 Until its Collapse and Desolation, Book II). Yerevan, Armenian SSR: Yerevan State University Press. 
  • Kevorkian, Raymond (2001). Raymond Kevorkian. ur. Ani – Capitale de l'Arménie en l'An Mil. 
  • Lynch, H.F.B. (1901). Armenia, Travels and Studies. London: Longmans. ISBN 978-1-4021-8950-0. 
  • Marr, Nicolas Yacovlevich (2001). Ani – Rêve d'Arménie. Paris: Anagramme Editions. 
  • Minorsky, Vladimir (1953). Studies in Caucasian History. ISBN 978-0-521-05735-6. 
  • Paolo, Cuneo (1984). Documents of Armenian Architecture, volume 12: Ani. 
  • Kalantar, Ashkharbek (1994). Armenia from the Stone Age to the Middle Ages. 
  • Sinclair, Thomas Allen (1987). Eastern Turkey, an Architectural and Archeological Survey, volume 1. 

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