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Ter-Pétrossian, Lévon

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Personal name headingTer-Pétrossian, Lévon
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Variant(s)Der-Bedrosian, Levon
Bedrosian, Levon Der-
Tēr Petrosean, Lewon
Dēr Bedrosean, Lewon
Ter-Petrossyan, Levon
Pétrossian, Lévon Ter-
Ter-Petrosyan, L. H.
Ter Petrosian, Levon
Ter-Petrosi︠a︡n, L. A.
Тер-Петросян, Л. А.
Ter-Petrosyan, Levon Akopovich
Dīr Badrūsiyān, Liyūn
Ter-Petrosyan, Levon
Petrosyan, Levon Ter-
Ter-Petrosyan, Lewon
Petrosyan, Lewon Ter-
دير بدروسيان، ليون
LocatedYerevan (Armenia)
Birth date1945-01-09
Place of birthAleppo (Syria)
AffiliationErevani Petakan Hamalsaran. Arevelagitutʻyan fakultet
Profession or occupationPresidents
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inTextes arméniens relatifs à S. Ephrem, 1985: t.p. (Lévon Ter-Pétrossian)
Bible. O.T. Genesis. Armenian. 1985. Girkʻ Tsnndotsʻ, 1985: t.p. verso (L.H. Ter-Petrosyan)
Basil, Saint. Hexaemeron. Armenian. Haghags vetsʻawreay ararchʻutʻean, 1984: t.p. verso (L. H. Ter-Petrosyan)
Ter-Pétrossian, L. Ancient Armenian translations, 1992: CIP t.p. (Levon Ter Petrosian) added t.p. (Lewon Tēr Petrosean) p. vii (b. 1/9/45, Aleppo, Syria; Dr. of Phil. degree, Univ. of Leningrad in Armenian and Syriac philology; elected President of Armenia, Oct. 1991)
Dei︠a︡nii︠a︡ Iudy Fomy, 1990: t.p. (L.A. Ter-Petrosi︠a︡n)
Report on Armenia's parliamentary election and constitutional referendum, 1995: p. 1 (President Levon Ter-Petrossyan)
International Who's who, 1994-95 (Ter-Petrosyan, Levon Akopovich; b. 1-9-1945)
al-ʻAlāqāt al-thaqāfīyah al-Arminīyah-al-Suryānīyah, 1997: t.p. (al-Duktūr Liyūn Dīr Badrūsiyān) introd. (b. 9 Jan. 1945 in Aleppo, Syria)
Eghishei "Araratsotsʻ meknutʻiwně", 1992: t.p. (Levon Ter-Petrosyan)
hy.wikepedia. WWWpages, viewed on June 7, 2022 (Levon Ter-Petrosyan; was born in Aleppo, Syria on January 09, 1945 ; First President of Repubic of Armenia (1991-1998) ; studied at Yerevan State University)
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