Book Reviews / Iran and the Caucasus 14 (2010) 180-182 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI: 10.1163/157338410X12743419189748 180 Kat‘oghikos Esayi Hasan Jalaleants , A Brief History of the Aghuank Region ( Patmut iwn Hama t Aghuanits Erkri ). A History of Karabagh and Ganje from 1702-1723 , Introduction and Annotated Translation by George A. Bourn- outian, Costa Mesa, California: “Mazda Publishers”, 2009, 124 pp. This is already the fifteenth volume within the Armenian Studies Series under the editorship of George A. Bournoutian. The Series , generally, is an important initiative aiming to introduce mostly primary historical sources to the larger audience, which would include both the academia and individuals interested in the relevant fields. George Bournoutian’s contribution to the study of the Armenian historical texts has been sig- nificant, and his current work was preceded by other annotated transla- tions, such as Abraham of Erevan’s History of the Wars (Costa Mesa, CA, 1999), The Chronicle of Zak aria of K anak e (Costa Mesa, CA, 2004), The History of A ak el of Tabriz in 2 vols. (Costa Mesa, CA, 2005-2006), and oth- ers. The Brief History of the Aghuank Region written by Esayi Hasan Jalaleants , the
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