Aintab Ayntab life before the genocide and lecture

Both sides of my family has it's roots in Aintab located in present day Turkey. It's also spelled in various ways: Anteb, Ayntab variations.

Thanks to social media, we are more aware and knowledgeable thru various facebook groups. I have been familiar with Housamadyan and it's efforts to preserve Armenian life in Asia Minor, on our historic homeland. I had noticed there wasn't any mention of Aintab. Today I pleasantly saw the new addition about Aintab's history and it's cuisine. Looking at those recipes, many memories of delicious and various Armenian dishes. Some of the recipes lack some details, at some point I'll add my knowledge thanks to my late mother and grandmothers and update on this page.

In the meantime you might like to check out the Houshamadyan page dedicated to Aintab at:

In this blog I have various pages dedicated to Aintab. You might like to check them out at:

UPDATE: March 5, 2017:
I managed to see the tail end of a live streaming lecture that Hayko had posted on FB. I was able to find the event's invitation page at:
The Ararat Eskijian Museum
Armenian Bar Association
Organization of Istanbul Armenians
The National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR)
The Curious Case of Ahmed Faik Bey:
the story of a genocide perpetrator during and after the 1915 Armenian genocide
by Dr. Umit Kurt
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard Univ.
Sunday, March 5, 2017, 5:00 p.m.
Ararat-Eskijian Museum-Sheen Chapel
1 5105 Mission Hills Road, Mission Hills, CA
the Flyer is at:
and the live streaming lecture is at:


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