Principality of Khachen

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The Principality of Khachen (Armenian: Խաչենի իշխանություն) was a medieval Armenian[1][2][3] principality, in part of historical Artsakh (present-day Nagorno-Karabakh).[4] The regions of Artsakh and Utik were attached to the Kingdom of Armenia in Antiquity. From the twelfth century the Khachen principality dominated the region. The Byzantine emperor Constantine VII addressed his letters to the prince of Khachen with the inscription "To Prince of Khachen, Armenia."[5]

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  1. Howorth, Henry Hoyle(1876) History of the Mongols: From the 9th to the 19th CenturyLongmans, Green, and Co. p. 14
  2. В.А. Шнирельман, Албанский миф, 2006, Библиотека «Вeхи»
  3. Russian scolar Smirnova L. P.:"Armenian principality of Khachen in Karabakh" //Аджаиб ад-дунья. Чудеса мира, ред. Смирнова Л.П., М. Наука. 1993
  4. The New Encyclopedia Britannica by Robert MacHenry, Encyclopaedia Britannica, inc, Robert MacHenry, (1993) p.761
  5. Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus, De ceremoniis aubae byzantinae (Ed. J.P.Migne. Patrologiae cursiis completus, Series Graeco-Latina, 112), p. 248

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