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|Hökmdarırəsmi_dilləri = Xanış (tək və son)[[Ermənicə]]
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|ərazisi = 500,000 km2
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|Hökmdarıdini = Xanış(tək və son)[[Atəşpərəstlik]]
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'''XanışErmənistan krallığı''' — fars mənşəli<ref>{{cite encyclopedia | article = TIGRAN II | last = Garsoian | first = N. | authorlink = | url = http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/tigran-ii | editor-last = | editor-first = | editor-link = | encyclopedia = Encyclopaedia Iranica | pages = | location = | publisher = | year = 2005 | quote = Tigran (Tigranes) II was the most distinguished member of the so-called Artašēsid/Artaxiad dynasty, which has now been identified as a branch of the earlier Eruandid dynasty of Iranian origin attested as ruling in Armenia from at least the 5th century B.C.E}}</ref><ref>{{cite encyclopedia | article = ARMENO-IRANIAN RELATIONS in the pre-Islamic period | last = Garsoian | first = Nina | authorlink = | url = http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/armeno-iranian-relations-in-the-pre-islamic-period | editor-last = | editor-first = | editor-link = | encyclopedia = Encyclopaedia Iranica | pages = | location = | publisher = | year = 2004 | quote = "However, the recent discovery in Armenia of boundary stones with Aramaic inscriptions, in which the ruler Artašēs proclaims himself “the son of Zareh” and an “Eruandid king” (Perikhanian, 1966), demonstrates that both “generals” [Artaxias and Zariadris], far from being Macedonians, belonged in fact to the earlier native dynasty, albeit probably to collateral branches, and that the Eruandids, or Artaxiad/Artašēsids as they came to be known, with their Iranian antecedents, continued to rule Armenia as before. An unexpected corroboration of this dynastic continuity is also provided by Xenophon’s much earlier choice of the name “Tigranes” for the crown prince of Armenia in his historical romance, the Cyropaedia (Xen., Cyr. 3.1.7). (...) Except for the occasional princes imposed by the Romans, none of whom succeeded in consolidating himself on the throne, all the dynasties to rule pre-Islamic Armenia were of Iranian stock."| isbn = }}</ref>[[Artaşes sülaləsi|Artaşeslər]] və Parfiya mənşəli [[Arşakilər]] sülalələrinin hakimiyyətindəki torpaqları nəzərdə tutan termin. Günümüzdə erməni ekspansiyasını vurğulmaq üçün istifadə edilən termin.
 
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