this article is way too long. It needs to be broken up into more smaller ones, perhaps linked together by a general Jugha page. Please!
- you're right, I noticed that today when I coincidentally worked on the page moments after you. I will try to get to this, but if you have ideas on how to split it up, let me know! --Raffi 11:35, 20 Apr 2006 (PDT)
Perhaps Jugha Scriptoria could have its own article, referenced to from the bottom of the main Jugha page. And also there could be a short general piece on the memorials of Jugha, with a link to a main article "Memorials of Jugha". ?
- Recently I was working with some other people to produce an article of Djugha based mostly on the content of Argam Aivazian's book "Djugha". If I can get their agreement, perhaps it could be posted here as a replacement for what's here now since it is much more concise than Aivazian's text. (The English is also better. :) ) --VirtualAni 18:42, 10 October 2006 (PDT)
- That would be great, I look forward to reading it... --Raffi 19:59, 10 October 2006 (PDT)
resumé en francais de la destruction des khatchkars de joulfa
ce cimetiere près de la frontière iraniènne a été totalement rasé par les azéris,les tombes de ce cimetière sont tous recouverts de khatchkars,le territoire du nakhitchvan apartenait aux armeniens, mais au temps de l'arménie soviétique elle tomba aux mains des azéris,en 2006 les khatchkars de ce cimetière ont été détruit,cet acte a été apercu de l'iran,ésperons que ils n y aura pas d'autres katchkars victimes des azéris