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A new element of the Mendeleev periodic table oganesson with atomic number 118 named after academician Yuri Tsolakovich Oganessian

Elements 113, 115, 117, and 118 are now formally named nihonium (Nh), moscovium (Mc), tennessine (Ts), and oganesson (Og)

NAS RA Congratulation

Armenia joins Horizon 2020 to work with EU in research and innovation


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Division of Armenology and Social Sciences

Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography

Founded in: 1959
Specialization: Archaeology, Ethnography, Ethno-sociology, Anthropology, Epigraphy
Director: Corr. member of NAS RA Pavel S. Avetisyan
Address: Yerevan 0025, Republic of Armenia, Charents Str.15,
Tel.: (+374 10) 556896
Fax: (+374 10) 556896
E-mail: info@iae.am
URL: http://iae.am/

Main Fields of Activity

  • archaeology
  • epigraphy
  • ethnography
  • ethnology
  • ethno-sociology
  • folkloristics
  • physical anthropology


  • Main Results

  • Formation of Armenian school of material and non-material cultural heritage studies.
  • Formation and development of source basis for study of history of Armenian material and spiritual culture in ancient and medieval times.
  • Discovery and description of Stone Age, 7th-1st millennia BC archaeological cultures, as well as developments of ancient societies, archaeological reflections of ancient state formations, multi-layered niveaus of Armenian material and spiritual culture of Classical and Christian periods.
  • Excavations and investigations of hundreds of sites from Neolithic to Bronze Age, from the period of Van Kingdom to Classical times and Middle Ages.
  • Gathering, deciphering and interpretation of hundreds of epigraphic inscriptions from the Armenian Highland and Diaspora.
  • Investigation of Armenian economic life and habits, ethnographic reflections of material and spiritual life, traditional and modern social relations, folks’ transport, beliefs, cult and ritual.
  • Recording, investigation and publication of a great deal of material on different folkloristic genres, essential researches in spheres of Armenian mythology and folklore.
  • Publication of many monographs as well as periodicals such as «Archaeological excavations in Armenia» (23 volumes), «Archaeological Sites of Armenia» (21 volumes), «Corpus of Armenian Epigraphy» (9 volumes), “Armenian Folk Tales” (17 volumes), «Armenian Ethnography and Folkloristics» (26 volumes).


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