In Salmast and Armenia's communities of Salmastetsi descendants, such as Artashat, Syunic, Vayots Dzor, and others.
Translated in English by Dr. Armine Tamrazian
Translated in English by Drs. Beyon Miloyan & Kimberly McFarlane, Sophene Books, LTD, LA
Ara Ghazarians, Holds doctoral degrees from Northeastern University and the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University. He has served as the Executive Secretary of the Armenian Relief Society, Inc. (1984-87), Editorial Assistant of the Armenian Review (1987-91), and Director of Resources and Archives at the Zoryan Institute (1989-90). He was lecturer in the Dept. of Humanities, Emerson College (1984-98). He has translated and edited twelve books and several articles, including, Heinrich Vierbücher, What the German Imperial Government Concealed from Its Subjects. Armenia 1915: Slaughter of a Civilized People at the Hands of the Turks, (2006). Jakob Künzler, In the Land of Blood and Tears: Experiences in Mesopotamia during the World War (1914-1918) (2007). Platon P. Zubov, The Astrologer of Karabagh (2013). Enayatollah Reza, Azerbaijan & Aran (2014). Roustam Raza,The Memoirs of Roustam: Napoleon’s Mamluk Imperial Bodyguard (2014).
Architectural Heritage in the Western Azerbaijan Province of Iran
Prof. M. Boriani, PhD, Politecnico di Milano,
Conducted four field expeditions with drone photography in Salmast.