Roman Hovsepyan

Ռոման Հովսեփյան

Roman Hovsepyan-ի նկարը
Գիտական աստիճան
կենսաբանական գիտությունների թեկնածու
Պաշտոն
Ավագ գիտաշխատող
Մասնագիտություն
հնաբուսաբան, էթնոբուսաբան
Աշխատում է ՀԱԻ-ում սկսած
2007
Հետազոտությունների ոլորտները
Կովկասի, Մերձավոր Արևելքի և Հարավարևելյան Եվրոպայի անցյալ դարաշրջանների տնտեսության և միջավայրի ուսումնասիրություն
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Սյունիքի էթնոբուսաբանության ուսումնասիրություն
Գիտական հրապարակումները

Archaeobotany, archaeology

  1. Hovsepyan R. 2017. New data on archaeobotany of the Lake Sevan basin. Iran and the Caucasus 21(3): 251-276.
  2. Balasse M., Bălăşescu A., Tornero C., Frémondeau D., Hovsepyan R., Gillis R., Popovici D. 2017. Investigating the scale of herding in Chalcolithic pastoral communities settled along the Danube River in the 5th millennium BC: A case study at Borduşani-Popină and Hârşova-tell (Romania). Quaternary International, 436(B): 29–40. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2015.07.030
  3. Hovsepyan R. 2015. On the agriculture and vegetal food economy of Kura-Araxes culture in the South Caucasus. Paléorient, vol. 41.1, pp. 69-82.
  4. Badalyan R., Smith A.T., Lindsay I., Harutyunyan A., Greene A., Marshall M., Monahan B., Hovsepyan R., Meliksetian Kh., Pernicka E., Haroutunian S. 2014. A Preliminary Report on the 2008, 2010, and 2011 Investigations of Project ArAGATS on the Tsaghkahovit Plain, Republic of Armenia. Archäologische Mitteilungen aus Iran und Turan, band 46, Berlin, Dietrich Reimer Verlag, pp. 123-222.
  5. Popovici D.N., Randoin B., Cernău I., Cernea C., Ilie A., Haită C., Bălăşescu A., Radu V., Mărgărit M., Niţu L., Hovsepyan R. 2014. Romanian-French collaborative program of Hîrşova-tell, Constanța county. Campaign of 2013. Cercetări Arheologice, XXI, Bucharest, pp. 25-54. (in Romanian)
  6. Popovici D.N., Cernea C., Cernău I., Parnic V., Dimache M., Hovsepyan R., Bălăşescu A., Radu V., Haită C., Mărgărit M., Niţă L. 2014. Archaeological site of Borduşani-Popină, Ialomiţa county (2012–2014). Cercetări Arheologice, XXI, Bucharest, pp. 55-118. (in Romanian)
  7. Hovsepyan R. 2014. Pulses cultivated in prehistoric periods at the territory of Armenia: short review of present archaeobotanical data. Legume Perspectives, issue 5, pp. 7-8.
  8. Hovsepyan R. 2014. Preliminary data on anthracological study at Godedzor Chalcolithic settlement (Armenia). Habitus: Studies in Anthropology and Archaeology, I, Yerevan, “Gitutyun”, pp. 206-211.
  9. Hovsepyan R. 2014. Archaeobotanical Investigations at Iron Age III Tsaghkahovit (Appendix 1), pp. 152-153, 163-164. In: Khatchadourian L. 2014. Empire in the Everyday: A Preliminary Report on the 2008–2011 Excavations at Tsaghkahovit, Armenia. American Journal of Archaeology 118(1):137–169.
  10. Hovsepyan R. 2013. First archaeobotanical data from the basin of Lake Sevan. Veröffentlichungen des landesamtes für denkmalpflege und archäologie Sachsen-Anhalt, band 67, Archäologie in Armenien II, Halle (Saale),  pp. 93-105.
  11. Kalantarian I., Arimura M., Hovsepyan R., Chataigner Ch. 2012. The archaeological investigations of Getahovit-2 cave (Armenia) in 2011-2012: the preliminary results. Aramazd: Armenian Journal of Near Eastern Studies, vol. 7, is. 1, pp. 7-23.
  12. Chataigner Ch., Gasparyan B., Montoya C., Arimura M., Melikyan V., Liagre J., Petrosyan A., Ghukasyan R., Colonge D., Fourloubey Ch., Arakelyan D., Astruc L., Nahapetyan S., Hovsepyan R., Balasescu A., Tome C., Radu V. 2012. From the Late Upper Palaeolithic to the Neolithic in north-western Armenia: Preliminary results. "Archaeology of Armenia in regional context", Proceedings of the International conference dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography, NAS RA, 15-18 September, 2009, Yerevan, "Gitutyun", pp. 52-63.
  13. Wilkinson K.N., Gasparian B., Pinhasi R., Avetisyan P., Hovsepyan R., Zardaryan D., Areshian G.E., Bar-Oz G., Smith A. 2012. Areni-1 Cave, Armenia: A Chalcolithic–Early Bronze Age settlement and ritual site in the southern Caucasus. Journal of Field Archaeology, vol. 37, N1, pp. 20-33.
  14. Areshian G.E., Gasparyan B., Avetisyan P.S., Pinhasi R., Wilkinson K., Smith A., Hovsepyan R., Zardaryan D. 2012. The Chalcolithic of the Near East and south-eastern Europe: discoveries and new perspectives from the cave complex Areni-1, Armenia. Antiquity, vol. 86, N331, pp. 115-130.
  15. Pinhasi R., Gasparian B., Nahapetyan S., Bar-Oz G., Weissbrod L., Bruch A.A., Hovsepyan R., Wilkinson K. 2011. Middle Palaeolithic human occupation of the high altitude region of Hovk-1, Armenia. Quaternary Science Reviews, vol. 30, is. 27-28, pp. 3846-3857.
  16. Hovsepyan R. 2011. The main stages of prehistory of agriculture at the territory of Armenia by palaeoethnobotanical data. Proceedings of International conference "Archaeology, ethnology, folklore of the Caucasus", Tbilisi-Gori-Batumi, 27-30 September 2010, Tbilisi. "Meridiani", pp. 191-192. (in Russian)
  17. Hovsepyan R. 2011. Palaeoethnobotanical data from the high mountainous Early Bronze Age settlement of Tsaghkasar‐1 (Mt. Aragats, Armenia). Ethnobiology Letters, 2, pp. 58-62.
  18. Hovsepyan R.A. 2011. Archaeobotanical findings from Yenokavan-2 cave site (Armenia). Biological Journal of Armenia, 1(63), "Gitutyun", pp. 83-84.
  19. Hovsepyan R.A. 2010. Data on buried soils of Godedzor Chalcolithic settlement (Armenia). Bulletin of State Agrarian University of Armenia, 4(29), pp. 40-44.
  20. Badalyan R., Harutyunyan A., Chataigner Ch., Le Mort F., Chabot J., Brochier J.-E., Balasescu A., Radu V., Hovsepyan R. 2010. The settlement of Aknashen-Khatunarkh, a Neolithic site in the Ararat plain (Armenia): excavation results 2004-2009. TÜBA-AR, 13, pp. 185-218.
  21. Hovsepyan R.A. 2010. New data on agriculture of Aparan-III Early Bronze Age settlement (Armenia). Biological Journal of Armenia, 4(62), Yerevan, "Gitutyun", pp. 31-37.
  22. Hovsepyan R.A. 2009. Field crops and common weeds at the territory of Armenia in Neolithic – Iron Age periods. Thesis for getting Ph.D. degree in biology by specialization of “Agriculture” (06.01.02). Scientific center of Agriculture and Plant protection MA RA. Yerevan, 152 p. (in Armenian).
  23. Hovsepyan R.A., Hovsepyan H.V. 2009. Archaeobotanical studies of field crops in Armenia. Bulletin of State Agrarian University of Armenia, N4(28), pp. 28-31. (in Russian)
  24. Hovsepyan R. 2009. The palaeobotanical remains from Early Bronze Age Gegharot (Appendix 2). In: Badalyan R., Smith A.T., Lindsay I.,  Khatchadourian L., Avetisyan P., with appendices by Monahan B. and Hovsepyan R. 2009. Village, Fortress, and Town in Bronze and Iron Age Southern Caucasia: A preliminary report on the 2003-2006 investigations of Project ArAGATS on the Tsaghkahovit Plain, Republic of Armenia. Archäologische Mitteilungen aus Iran und Turan, band 40, pp. 45-105.
  25. Pinhasi R., Gasparian B., Wilkinson K., Bailey R., Bar-Oz G., Bruch A., Chataigner C., Hoffmann D., Hovsepyan R., Nahapetyan S., Pike A.W.G., Schreve D., Stephens M. 2008. Hovk 1 and the Middle and Upper Palaeolithic of Armenia: a preliminary framework. Journal of Human Evolution, vol. 55, issue 5, November 2008, “Chronology of the Middle-Upper Paleolithic Transition in Eurasia, pp. 803-816.
  26. Hovsepyan R., Willcox G. 2008. The earliest finds of cultivated plants in Armenia: evidence from charred remains and crop processing residues in pisé from the Neolithic settlements of Aratashen and Aknashen. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, v.17, s.1, pp. 63-71.
  27. Hovsepyan R., Melkonyan S. 2008. Results of the archaeobotanical materials presence analysis in Shaghat-1 Middle Bronze Age settlement. Culture of Ancient Armenia, Yerevan, “Gitutiun”, pp. 329-332 (in Armenian).
  28. Hovsepyan R.A. 2007. New archaeological finds from Shengavit site: plant remains from vessels of tomb N3. “Problems of Armenian Ethnography and Archaeology-3”, Proceedings of young scientists’ conference, Yerevan, “Gitutyun”, pp. 25-29. (in Armenian).
  29. Hovsepyan R.A. 2007. Palaeoethnobotanical material from pots of tomb N3 of Nerkin Naver tombfield. Archaeology, Ethnography and Folklore of the Caucasus: Materials of the International scientific conference (Makhachkala, 2007) «New Archaeologic and Ethnographic researches in Caucasus», Makhachkala, «Epokha», pp. 215-217 (in Russian).
  30. Hovsepyan R. 2007. Pots contents at Nerkin-Naver tomb №4 (Republic of Armenia). Archaeology, ethnology and folklore of the Caucasus (Papers of International conference, Batumi, 7-8 September 2006), Tbilisi, “Universal”, pp. 233-234.
  31. Badalyan R., Lombard P., Avetisyan P., Chataigner Ch., Chabot J., Vila E., Hovsepyan R., Willcox G., Pessin H. 2007. New data on the late prehistory of the Southern Caucasus. The excavations at Aratashen (Armenia): preliminary report. In: Les cultures du Caucase (VIe-IIIe millénaires avant notre ère). Leurs relations avec le Proche-Orient. Lyonnet B. (ed.). CNRS ÉDITIONS, Paris, pp. 37-61.
  32. Gabrielyan I., Hovsepyan R. 2005. Paleobotanical evidence on viticulture and winemaking in Armenia, pp. 12-18. In: Harutyunyan S., Kalantaryan A., Petrosyan H., Sargsyan G., Melkonyan H., Hobosyan S., Avetisyan P. 2005. Wine in traditional Armenian culture. Yerevan, Centre for Agribusiness and rural development, 306 p. (in Armenian and English)
  33. Avetisyan H., Avetisyan P., Gasparyan B., Gabrielyan I., Nahapetyan S., Hovsepyan R., Arakelyan D. 2005. Paleo- and archeo- environment of adjoining territories of Aramous monument (Kotayk plateau). Year-book («Taregirk») of Faculty of History, Yerevan State University, Yerevan, YSU Publ. House, pp. 211-233 (in Russian).
  34. Hovsepyan R.A., Avetisyan P.S., Chataigner Ch., Gasparyan B.Z. 2005. Archaeobotanical finds from eneolithic period settlement of Godedzor (Syunik). Agroscience (“Agrogitutjun”), 5-6, Yerevan, pp. 275-280 (in Russian).
  35. Hovsepyan R.A. 2004. Archaeobotanical finds of six-rowed barley (Hordeum vulgare) from the Neolithic layers (7th-6th millennia B.C.) of the Aratashen settlement of Armenia. Flora, vegetation and plant resources of Armenia, 15, Yerevan, pp. 123-125.

Ethnobotany, ethnology

  1. Hovsepyan R. 2017. The ceremony of “buka barane” (“bride of rain”) and other rainfall inducing ceremonies of the Yezidis of Armenia. “Etchmiadzin”: Review of Religious Studies and Armenology, issue A, pp. 114-146. (in Armenian)
  2. Hovsepyan R., Stepanyan-Gandilyan N., Melkumyan H., Harutyunyan L. 2016. Food as a marker for economy and part of identity: on traditional vegetal food of Yezidis and Kurds in Armenia. Journal of Ethnic Foods 3(1): 32-41.
  3. Stepanyan-Gandilyan N.P., Hovsepyan R.A. 2015. New data on the useful plants of the flora of Armenia. Botanical science in the modern world. Proceedings of International Conference, dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the Yerevan Botanical Garden (Yerevan, 5-9 October, 2015). Yerevan, Institute of Botany of NAS RA, pp. 221-230 (in Russian).
  4. Hovsepyan R., Stepanyan-Gandilyan N., Melkumyan H. 2014. Plant cultivation and gathering practices in Yezidis' and Kurds' cultures (preliminary data). Historical-Philological Journal, 3(197), pp. 148-162 (in Armenian).

Hovsepyan R., Bobokhyan A. 2014. From Metabolism to Market. Market beyond Economy. Yerevan, "Gitutyun", pp. 125-135.

Hovsepyan R., Bobokhyan A. 2014. From Metabolism to Market. Market beyond Economy. Yerevan, "Gitutyun", pp. 125-135.

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Archaeobotany, Archaeology

  1. Reflection of transhumance on agriculture: comparison of agriculture of Chalcolithic and modern transhumant communities from the territory of Armenia, by R. Hovsepyan (oral presentation, Book of Abstracts, p. 51). “Living in a global world: ethnobotany, local knowledge and sustainability” - 58th Annual Meeting of the Society for Economic Botany, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Centro de Investigação de Montanha & Society for Economic Botany, Bragança, Portugal, 4-9 June 2017.
  2. Current insight into the agriculture and vegetal food economy of Kura-Araxes culture in the South Caucasus, by R. Hovsepyan (oral presentation). Alternative Evolutionary Pathways in Marginal Zones: The Case of the Mountain Kura-Araxes Cultural Tradition, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, 5-11 March 2017.
  3. On the Boian culture and Gumelniţa culture (Chalcolithic period) plant economies in Danube River valley (Romania), by R. Hovsepyan (oral presentation; p. 17). The archaeology of wetlands, the landscape, the man and his environment: Danube Valley in Prehistory, National Museum of Romania History, Bucharest, Romania, 15-16 June 2016.
  4. On millet cultivation in the prehistoric Southern Caucasus, by R. Hovsepyan, L. Martin, N. Rusishvili, A. Decaix & C. Longford (oral presentation; p. 21). Millet cultivation in the Caucasus from the 6th to the 2nd mill. BC: Origin and development, Lyon, France, 3-6 November 2015.
  5. On the Gumelniţa Chalcolithic period agriculture of Tell Hârşova (Romania), by Roman Hovsepyan (poster presentation; Abstract book, pp. 26-27). 2nd Young Natural History scientists’ Meeting. Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, Paris, France, 4-6 February 2015.
  6. Cultivated pulses in prehistory of Armenia, by Roman Hovsepyan (oral presentation; Abstract book, p. 370). 20th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists. Istanbul, Turkey, 10-14 September 2014.
  7. Neolithic agriculture in the Ararat valley (Armenia) and its comparison with the other territories of the South Caucasus, by Roman Hovsepyan (oral presentation; Abstract book, p. 34). Environments and Societies in the Southern Caucasus during the Holocene. Lyon, France, 28-29 November 2013.
  8. New data on the Neolithic agriculture in the territory of Armenia: archaeobotanical evidence from three archaeological sites in Ararat valley, by Roman Hovsepyan (oral presentation; Abstract book, p. 99). 16th Conference of the International Workgroup for Palaeoethnobotany. Thessaloniki, Greece, 17-22 June 2013.
  9. On the Specifics and Origin of Agriculture of the Kura-Araxes Culture: Recent Archaeobotanical Data from the South Caucasus, by Roman Hovsepyan (oral presentation; Abstract book, p. 174). 77th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. Memphis, Tennessee, USA, 18-22 April 2012.
  10. a) Preliminary data on the prehistoric agriculture of the Southern Caucasus (the main phases of development), by R. Hovsepyan (oral presentation; Abstracts book, p. 41). b) Preliminary data on the archaeobotany of the Areni-1 cave (Armenia), by R. Hovsepyan, A. Smith, T. Bagoyan (oral presentation; Abstracts book, p. 42). 15th Conference of the International Work Group for Palaeoethnobotany. Wilhelmshaven, Germany, 31 May – 5 June 2010.
  11. Exploitation of natural vegetal resources in Chalcolithic Areni-1 cave settlement (Armenia), by R. Hovsepyan (oral presentation; Abstracts book, p. 34). "The construction of mountain territories resource exploitation and practice mobility", 2nd International Workshop on Archeology of European Mountain Landscapes. Maison de la Recherche – Toulouse 2 University, France, 8-11 October 2009.
  12. First results of archaeobotanical study of Bordusani site (Romania), by R. Hovsepyan (oral presentation; Abstracts book, p. 15). New methods and results of the pluridisciplinary research of the cultural heritage. Slobozia, Romania, 6-8 November 2008.

Ethnobotany, Ethnology

Ethnobotany, Ethnology

  1. Ethnomedicinal knowledge and exploitation of medicinal plant resources by local population in Tatev and surrounding villages (Syunik, Armenia), by R. Hovsepyan (presenter), N. Stepanyan-Gandilyan, Christian Stollberg. Symposium on medicinal plants in the context of globally sustainable land use and bioeconomyWismar University, Malchow, Germany, 11-14 September 2017.
  2. a) Transhumance and medicinal plants: the case of Armenian Yezidis, by R. Hovsepyan (presenter), N. Stepanyan-Gandilyan, H. Melkumyan, L. Harutyunyan (oral presentation, Book of Abstracts, p. 26). “Living in a global world: ethnobotany, local knowledge and sustainability” - 58th Annual Meeting of the Society for Economic BotanyInstituto Politécnico de Bragança, Centro de Investigação de Montanha & Society for Economic BotanyBragança, Portugal4-9 June 2017.
  3. The Yezidi gatherer woman’s role in the community and outside of it (Armenia), by R. Hovsepyan (presenter), H. Melkumyan, N. Stepanyan-Gandilyan & L. Harutyunyan (oral presentation; No. 16053). 11th Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies (CHAGS 11)Vienna, Austria, 7-11 September 2015.
  4. First data on ethnobotany of Yezidis and Kurds of Armenia, by R. Hovsepyan (presenter), N. Stepanyan-Gandilyan, A. Keshishyan, H. Melkumyan & L. Harutyunyan (oral presentation; Abstract book, p. 23). 2nd Young Natural History scientists’ Meeting. Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, Paris, France, 4-6 February 2015.
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