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Rediscovery of Noah's Ark Provides Insight to Modern Anatolian History and Reported Source of Kardashian Prosperity

LogoArchaeologist reports how Noah’s Ark impacted modern Anatolian history, at the turn of the twentieth century, and was a revenue source for some of the Armenian diaspora including an ancestor of the Kardashian family.

Noah's Ark Concealed: Final Orders of Catholicos Mkrtich Khrimian in 1907

LogoArchaeologist reports how in the final year of his life, the Armenian Catholicos Mkrtich Khrimian (1820-1907) issued four orders regarding Noah’s Ark that continued to conceal the vessel in the southern gorge of greater Mount Ararat.

Noah's Ark Aided Armenian Independence Initiatives in the Nineteenth Century

LogoArchaeologist details how the Armenian Apostolic Church and Catholicos Mkrtich Khrimian (1820-1907) used Noah’s Ark to support Armenian independence initiatives against the Ottoman Empire at the turn of the nineteenth century.

Hiding Noah's Ark: Armenian Motives and Methods in the Modern Era

LogoArchaeologist reports on Armenian motives and methods, from the nineteenth century until today, to conceal the Ark of Noah, in the southern gorge of greater Mount Ararat. Armenians desired that Noah’s Ark remain a secret, despite the vessel’s accessibility, due to the Ark’s cultural and religious importance for Armenians.

Armenian Concealment of Noah's Ark Began in 247 BC with the Mount Qardu 'Judi' Deception

LogoArchaeologist reports Armenian concealment of Noah's Ark began in 247 BC with a ruse on Mount Qardu or 'Judi', near the southern border of Armenia, to prevent incursions by the Parthian Empire and later cultures searching for Noah’s Ark, in the southern gorge of greater Mount Ararat in Armenia’s interior.

Archaeologist: Noah's Ark a Fact and Matches Three Non-Biblical Accounts

LogoArchaeologists confirms Noah’s Ark is real and that its location and features in the southern gorge on greater Mount Ararat matches ancient descriptions by Berossus, Josephus, and in accounts of Alexander the Great.

"Noah's Ark" Prehistoric Site Exhibits Unique Placement of Artifacts

LogoHarvard University educated archaeologist and president of the archaeological contract firm PRC, Inc., Dr. Joel Klenck, reports that a prehistoric site on Mount Ararat in Turkey, associated with Noah’s Ark by several religious organizations, exhibits a unique division of artifacts.

"Noah's Ark" Prehistoric Site Exhibits Lithic Figures

LogoHarvard University educated archaeologist and president of the archaeological contract firm PRC, Inc., Dr. Joel Klenck, reports that prehistoric sites on Mount Ararat in Turkey, associated with Noah’s Ark by several religious organizations, exhibit anthropomorphic carvings of basalt and pumice.

"Noah's Ark" Prehistoric Sites Exhibit Botanical Remains During Transition from Stone Age to Advent of Farming

LogoArchaeologist reports prehistoric sites on Mount Ararat in Turkey exhibit assemblage of Epipaleolithic and Pre-Pottery Neolithic botanical remains with several surprises.

"Noah's Ark" Prehistoric Site Exhibits Ceramic Vessels at Entrance of Structure Showing Veneration for Thousands of Years

LogoArchaeologist reports that an entrance to a monumental wood structure on Mount Ararat in Turkey exhibits ceramic artifacts evidencing deposition of votive objects for millennia.