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Burkhalter suggested that it was west of the Damascus road, although this determination has been criticized by Lorraine Copeland. Gigues discovered a series of Neolithic flint tools on the surface along with the remains of a structure suggested to be a hut circle.
JMP–L featured in Aztag’s special edition
Auguste Bergy discussed polished axes that were found at this site, which has now disappeared as a result of construction and urbanization of the area. Beirut IV was on the left bank of the river and on either side of the road leading eastwards from the Furn esh Shebbak police station towards the river that marked the city limits; the area was covered in red sand.
A large number of Middle Paleolithic flint tools were found on the surface and in side gullies that drain into the river. They included around 50 varied bifaces accredited to the Acheulean period, some with a lustrous sheen, now held at the Museum of Lebanese Prehistory. Henri Fleisch found an Emireh point amongst material from the site, which has now disappeared beneath buildings.
Beirut V was discovered by Dillenseger and said to be in an orchard of mulberry trees on the left bank of the river, near the river mouth, to be close to the railway station and bridge to Tripoli.
Levallois flints and bones and similar surface material were found amongst brecciated deposits; the area has now been built on. Beirut VI was a site discovered while building on the property of the Lebanese Evangelical School for Girls in the Patriarchate area of Beirut, it was notable for the discovery of a finely styled Canaanean blade javelin suggested to date to the early or middle Neolithic periods of Byblos and, held in the school library.
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Papers include articles which have no byline. A wide variety of material has been published in newspapers. But today, I don't come across similar testimony made by members of middle or younger generations.
In terms of the crowded field of international media, Aztag Daily's primary function for the Armenian reader is to first and foremost be a means to follow Armenian community life and to evaluate the role played by the Armenian factor in the general political landscape of Lebanon. The print media's ability to disseminate news is slow.
Today, the speed of dissemination by concerned parties of news regarding any event, taking place in any corner of the world, is enhanced by the technology of satellite transmission via websites. When TV became popular, people started saying that the print media's role has become meaningless. When TV entered into peoples' homes some started questioning the importance of radio. When the web became popular and the electronic media proliferated, the question of the day became: "Has the print media become endangered?
I'm convinced that all the mass media - although different in format and style - will continue to function. The issue remains to be the challenge of adaptation to new conditions of speedy accuracy.
We also have the publication of the weekly supplement of Yerkir weekly in Mesrobian classical Armenian orthography; the children's "Bzdig M'uzdig" "Little Mittle" publication that has been widely acclaimed and that serves the purpose of establishing a tie between the child and the print media from a very young age.
The young children not only read the publication but also contribute to it. They present drawings in its pages. The editorial team and the auxiliary committee annually organize two competitions: the first in composition and the second in orthography. Around three hundred fifty Armenian students, representing all the schools in various parts of Lebanon, participate in these competitions. The Aztag monthly mirrors the essential events and developments related to the Armenian life.
We also have the Aztag Literary and Aztag Arts periodicals that are devoted to narrating the artistic life in their respective fields in Armenia and the Diaspora. It's been almost one and a half years since the Aztag Press Club has been established. The discussions gather the representatives of Lebanon's twenty-seven Armenian news organizations.
Yet there was an additional othering that took place, one from within the Armenian community.
In the case of Zartonk, it was the criminal Dashnaks who murdered Armenian patriots, their own brothers. Ararad echoed the sentiments of its ally, Zartonk. In the case of Aztag, it was the corrupt Hnchaks and Ramgavar party members that sold their souls to foreign and communist powers. Further, he appealed for the Armenian political was therefore also an appeal to the Armenians to take responsibility for their own neighborhoods.
The following day, the Armenian political parties collectively issued a 29 The representatives of the Dashnak, Hnchak, and Ramgavar political parties agreed homes, to return, without delay or provocation; three, the end to all incendiary writings in the press, because it could threaten the reestablished peace; four, the cooperation with the government to search and arrest all criminal guilty so that the government could formulate a suitable compensation.
It traces constructions of an Armenian homeland, authority and nation in Lebanon. This creation in Lebanon demonstrates the dynamism of a community that has been rendered either boundaries of the Lebanese nation-state. Works Cited Elden, Stuart.
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Aztag 5 massacres of World War I.I'm convinced that all the mass media - although different in format and style - will continue to function. On Newspaper A newspaper is a periodical publication containing written information about current events and is typed in black ink with a white or gray background.
The website also facilitates the flow of news. It's been almost one and a half years since the Aztag Press Club has been established.
Of these displaced persons, 13, remained and found protection in Armenia as of July Balkan languages, including Greek, have acquired a significant number of Arabic words through daiily with Ottoman Turkish.