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It is still celebrated in Armenia by pouring water on unsuspecting passersby.

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The first god in Armenia was one of the languages first sounds, AR, which means sun or light.

As the source of life, the sun became equated with power and the supreme god. 6000 BC in the Sumerian epoch poem Gilgamesh, as the land of the mountains where the gods live.

The word Ararat can be divided into three words: AR-AR-AT.

The celebration in his honor was called Am'nor, or New Year, which was celebrated on March 21 in the old Armenian calendar (also the Spring equinox). Nuneh (Athena) - The goddess of wisdom, common sense, motherhood and protector of the home, keeper of the family. Astghik (Aphrodite) - The goddess of love and beauty, symbolized by skylight.

Anahit (Artemis) - The goddess of fertility and birth, in early period she was the goddess of war. Vahagan (Hephaestus) - The god of thunder, clouds and fire. She was the wife or lover of Vahagan, the god of fire and metal. The celebration in her honor occurred in mid June and was called Vardevar.

Though bearing remarkable likeness to Greek gods and goddesses, which first gave speculation as to their Greek origins, it is now thought that many of the Greek gods are actually inherited from Ancestral Armenian sources, with some coming from as far away as India.

The heroic legends of Hercules, for example, were first attributed to the legend of the Armenian king-god Haik in the 3rd millennium BC.

At first resembling fish (dragons in Armenian were thought to be huge fishlike creatures, something like a cross between a whale and a gigantic squid), the monolithic stones were later carved with snakes, the heads of beasts, swastikas and crosses.

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