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Modern Armenian

History of the Armenian language
See also: Armenian alphabet

Modern Armenian (Armenian: Արդի Հայերէն or Armenian: Աշխարհաբար, Ashkharhabar) is the written form of the Armenian language which came to be used starting in the 18th century.[1]

Modern Armenian has two branches:

  1. Western Armenian (or "Turkish-Armenian" or "Istanbul Armenian")
  2. Eastern Armenian (or "Russian-Armenian" or "Yerevan Armenian").[1]


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