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Tayk

Historical regions of Greater Armenia
Arshakuni Armenia in 150
Map showing Tayk of the house of Mamkionians.
Tayk (Tao-Klarjeti

Tayk (Armenian: Տայք Taykʿ), was a historical province of the Greater Armenia, one of its 15 ashkars (worlds). Tayk consisted of 8 cantons:

  • Kogh
  • Berdats por
  • Partizats por
  • Tchakatk
  • Bokha
  • Vokaghe
  • Azordats por
  • Arsiats por.

In the Olti. As a result, Turkish rule was firmly reestablished.

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  • Arutyunova-Fidanyan,
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