In the 13th century, a Flemish explorer named William of Rubruck wrote about Mount Ararat, the rumored resting place of Noah’s Ark, in his travel journal to the “Eastern Parts of the World.” “Many have tried to climb it,...
Kebabylon - Ara the Rat's new sister-site
Kebabylon.com is a digital kingdom for all kebab-eating nations and their people.
Diverse and far-reaching, the Kebabylonian people are united mostly through food, evil eye charms, prominent eyebrows, Ferrero Rocher, overprotective parents and rugs.
Kebabylon.com is an online bazaar carrying the finest goods that exist at the intersection of a multitude of cultures.
It is just a soft launch for now, but there's more to come.
All Kebabylon products are available on the Ara the Rat website and also kebabylon.com
A collection of graphics used by Armenian businesses in Constantinople in the Ottoman Empire in the early 1900s.
By Liana Aghajanian Audiences were intrigued by his “dark and mysterious look,” newspapers wrote about his brooding Armenian eyes that helped him play critically acclaimed roles no one else could. He was the first Armenian-American movie star, a pioneer...