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Artashesian Dynasty V2 Small Sterling Silver Ring

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Artashesian Dynasty V2 Small Sterling Silver Ring

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  • Handmade item
  • Material: 925 Sterling Silver
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The first two decades of the second century b.c. were a particularly important turning point for ancient Armenia. During this period, its political and cultural unification and consolidation took place. Also during this time, Armenia started to advance toward a political power never again to be equalled in that country, not even during the more fortunate economic and cultural periods that followed. At the roots of this evolution was the foundation, around 190 b.c., of the Artaxiad dynasty by Artaxias (Artashes) I (c. 190-159) with the proclamation of independence from the Seleucids, who had constituted the ascendent power in Armenia immediately after the collapse of Alexander’s empire. Artashes had the approval and acknowledgement of the Romans for, having defeated Antiochus at Magnesia in 190, they were interested in having the Armenian sovereign as an ally. According to Strabo (XI, XIV, 15), it was during the reign of Artashes that Armenian became the common language throughout the country. This must be taken as the expression of a widespread ethnic harmony that had already existed in those regions for a long time. Otherwise, it would be difficult to conceive how the Armenian language could have become so important in only a few decades; an achievement that had not been accomplished over far longer periods of domination by the Persians and Greeks. Artashesian dynasty (Artaxides) (189 b.c.e. – 52 a.d.)
made with .925 Sterling Silver
handcrafted, antique finish
all sizes are available
free shipping to United States

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free shipping with USPS Priority Mail (1-3 days) to United States.
handling duration is about 5-7 business days for production time.
tracking number will be provided for Unites States.
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all type of payments are through Etsy.
for any special jewelry sizes or any jewelry customization please contact us.
if you have any questions or comments regarding your transaction please contact us before leaving any feedback. We will work with you to resolve any problems you may have.
The first two decades of the second century b.c. were a particularly important turning point for ancient Armenia. During this period, its political and cultural unification and consolidation took place. Also during this time, Armenia started to advance toward a political power never again to be equalled in that country, not even during the more fortunate economic and cultural periods that followed. At the roots of this evolution was the foundation, around 190 b.c., of the Artaxiad dynasty by Artaxias (Artashes) I (c. 190-159) with the proclamation of independence from the Seleucids, who had constituted the ascendent power in Armenia immediately after the collapse of Alexander’s empire. Artashes had the approval and acknowledgement of the Romans for, having defeated Antiochus at Magnesia in 190, they were interested in having the Armenian sovereign as an ally. According to Strabo (XI, XIV, 15), it was during the reign of Artashes that Armenian became the common language throughout the country. This must be taken as the expression of a widespread ethnic harmony that had already existed in those regions for a long time. Otherwise, it would be difficult to conceive how the Armenian language could have become so important in only a few decades; an achievement that had not been accomplished over far longer periods of domination by the Persians and Greeks. Artashesian dynasty (Artaxides) (189 b.c.e. – 52 a.d.)
made with .925 Sterling Silver
handcrafted, antique finish
all sizes are available
free shipping to United States

Shipping, Payment, Information:
free shipping with USPS Priority Mail (1-3 days) to United States.
handling duration is about 5-7 business days for production time.
tracking number will be provided for Unites States.
contact us for a different shipping method.
all type of payments are through Etsy.
for any special jewelry sizes or any jewelry customization please contact us.
if you have any questions or comments regarding your transaction please contact us before leaving any feedback. We will work with you to resolve any problems you may have.

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