The PEDIGREE of
Hayk (eponym and founder of HAYKID Dynasty)

 
     (legendary chief of the SOMEKHI who led migration from Mesopotamia to present-day Armenia; progenitor of ARMENIANS; first-born son of Togarmah; inherited Mount Ararat); aka Hayos (Hiak Haik) YAPHETIDY

     Born:   ?   Died:  poss. abt. 1000 BC


Poss. HM George I's 109-Great Grandfather.       Poss. HRE Ferdinand I's 106-Great Grandfather.       Poss. Agnes Harris's 109-Great Grandfather.

 Wife/Partner:       ?
 Children:       Armaneak (eponym of ARMENIA)   ;   Armenians (Ermenilerin)
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/-- Enoch (Henoch) ben JARED   +====> [ 14]
/-- Methusaleh (Mathusale) ben ENOCH
/  \-- Ednah ADANYA   +====> [ 14]
/-- Laamech ibn METHUSALEH
/  \-- Ednah bint AZRAIL (ADANYA)   +====> [ 15]
/-- Noah (Noe) ibn LAMEK  (2948? BC - 1998 BC)
/-- Barakil ADANYA   +====> [ 15]
/  \-- Betenos (Ashmua) ADANYA
/-- Japhet (Iaphet) ibn NOAH  (2452+ BC - ?)
| OR: poss. Japhet (Iaphet) of UR [alt ped]   +====> [ 15]
/-- Methusaleh (Mathusale) ben ENOCH   +====> [ 15]
/-- Rake'el ADANYA
/  \-- Ednah bint AZRAIL (ADANYA)   +====> [ 15]
\-- Emzara (Coba)
| or: Titea (Emzara's nickname or sister)
/   | OR: Naamah the Charmer   +====> [ 13]
/-- Gomer (Cymry) ben JAPHETH  (2884? BC - 1834? BC)
/-- Enoch (Henoch) ben JARED   +====> [ 14]
/-- Methusaleh (Mathusale) ben ENOCH
/  \-- Ednah ADANYA   +====> [ 14]
/-- Eliakim ben METHUSELAH
/-- Azrial ADANYA   +====> [ 14]
\-- Ednah bint AZRAIL (ADANYA)
/   \-- Baraka (Azarial) bint RASHUJAL   +====> [ 14]
\-- Adataneses
/   \-- poss.  Edna
/-- T'iras (Tiras)
| (skip this generation?)
/  \-- poss.  Go-yong (Goyong)
/-- Togarmah (Tugarna) ben GOMER of UR
/  
- Hayk (eponym and founder of HAYKID Dynasty)
\-- ?
 

 
  His 3(+)-Great Grandchildren:       Sisak   ;   Teshebu
 
  His (poss.) 8(+)-Great Grandchildren:       Anushavan `Sosanwer'   ;   Haikak II (King) of ARMENIA   ;   Skayordis (Sgaiort)
 

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