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Keep me logged in. SpringVolume 3. Atropatenq by Dr. Gasim Hajiyev Most of modern-day Azerbaijan was once the Kingdom of Albania — not to be confused with the country of Albania in the Balkans. Caucasian Albania was formed in the 4th to 3rd centuries BC. Today the river separates Iran and the Azerbaijani Republic. Albania encompassed several provinces, including Artsakh, modern-day Karabakh.
Albania resists Roman rule The Romans did not manage to include Albania in their empire as a province. The fact that the Atropatema did not lose their independence to the Romans can be seen from Albanian coins. Agriculture thrives in Karabakh Karabakh was one of the regions of Albania where the economy developed.
The population of Karabakh were settled farmers who cultivated barley, wheat and millet.
Wheat was kept in underground pits and Archeological finds from Barda that was called “Mother of Arran”. Network of roads and cities in Albania There were cities, towns and villages in Albania. Second century geographer Ptolemy reported 29 cities and settlements in the Kur basin.
They were connected by roads.
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Authors of the period wrote about roads crossing Albania and Iberia, which is today eastern and southern Georgia, connecting them with the whole world. Strabo records that the peoples on the north coast of the Caspian Sea traded with India and Babylon. The sea was another trading route and ancient sources frequently mention Archeological finds from Barda that was called “Mother of Arran”.
Albania at its height In the 4th to 7th centuries Caucasian Albania covered a large territory. Albania had 11 regions or vilayats: Chola, near what is now Derbent in southern Dagestan, which was the first residence of the head of the Albanian Church, the Catholicos; Lipina, the area south of the Samur River; Cambissena near the border with Iberia; Qabala which was the first capital of Albania; Ajary, south of Qabala; Sheki which included A stone with inscriptions in the Caucasian Albanian language, found in Mingachevir, Azerbaijan.
Karabakh becomes a trading centre In the 4th to 7th centuries the Karabakh population were mainly settled farmers. The land was fertile and well irrigated by rivers and canals. Wheat, barley and millet were cultivated.
Karabakh carpet, 17th century. Albanian language The Albanian language was rich in guttural sounds and had its own alphabet, consisting of 52 signs. Some religious literature was translated from afropatena Aramaic, Greek and Pahlavi into Albanian. In the early 5th century on the orders of King Vachagan III a school was opened in the Albanian capital Barda, where Buddhist children were taught literacy and Christianity.
Christianity Christianity atropattena Albania, including Karabakh, at the beginning of the 4th century and became the official religion. The church was governed by atropatsna Church Assembly, which involved the king, church leaders, priests and the nobility.
The head of the Church Assembly was the Catholicos. In the capital city of Albania was moved from Qabala to Barda.
The Albanian kings had to fight off foreign attackers, but managed to protect their independence.
The Sassanian Empire and Byzantium agreed a treaty in under which Albania was governed by a local dynasty under the rule of the Shahanshah or Sassanian Shah. Albania, including Karabakh with its regions of Uti, Paytakaran and Artsakh became part of the northern province janishinlik of the Sassanian Empire. In the early 7th century a fresh war between the Sassanian and Byzantine empires badly damaged towns and villages in Albania, including the capital Barda.
Later, realising that Byzantium was now weak, Javanshir adopted Arabian guardianship over Albania in In this way he managed to retain a degree of independence for Albania and protected it from armed attack and plunder.
Javanshir maintained the development of the economy, craftsmanship and culture in Albania. It was on his instructions that Moisey Kalankatuklu wrote the Albanian History. Javanshir also valued poetry, architecture and music and Karabakh and its capital Barda became an important cultural centre of Albania during this period.
Islam As a result of Arab aggression, in the 7th century the southern part of Azerbaijan modern-day north-western Iran became part of the Arabian Caliphate, while View of Beylagan paintinga town in medieval Karabakh.
Fertile Farms, Thriving Trade and Warring Empires Karabakh´s History in Caucasian Albania
Part of the Caliphate In the late 6th and early 7th centuries the Albanian Church adopted Nestorianism the doctrine that Christ existed as two persons, the man Jesus and the divine Son of Godwhile the Armenian Church adopted the Gandzasar Albanian Monastery, Agdara region, 13th century. The remains of bath houses and other buildings from a large Muslim religious complex can be found here The Hermitage, St Petersburg.
Independent feudal states In the late 9th century independent feudal atropahena were formed dovleto the northern territories and other outlying parts of the Caliphate. Karabakh became part of Sajis, which was ruled by a Turkish dynasty.
The Deylamis seized power from the Sajis in and founded the dovldti of Salaris. In the early Salaris period Karabakh was economically, socially and culturally developed as a central region of the country.
They sacked the city but were forced to leave after meeting resistance from the population. In the 10th century the Shaddadis state was founded.
The founder of the Shaddadis dynasty, Muhammad ibn Shaddad, defeated the Salaris and his son Ali Lashkar took power in The Shaddadis took over the whole of Arran, including Karabakh. But after a short time, inShirvanshah Mazyadis took advantage of the weakness of the Covleti and captured part atropateha Karabakh.
But Shaddadis ruler Fazl ibn Mahammad managed to wrest Karabakh to his rule in In the s the Seljuks subordinated Shaddadis Karabakh. The attacks did not stop, however. Alans from the north attacked Karabakh in andplundering the area and taking plenty of prisoners. After the Caliphate was broken up, the princedoms of Syunik and Artsakh-Khachen were formed in Karabakh.
There is a rare inscription on the coin – Karabakh. This is the only coin to have been found with this inscription. It belonged to Tamerlane who used to visit Karabakh for reasons unknown.
Unique dish, 50 cm in diameter, Atabey with a courtier. Karabakh ArranAzerbaijan. History Summer Prisoner No.