Armenian has long been considered an Iranian language without its phonetic system. The German linguist was the first to initiate the study of Indo-European languages.
In 1875 the article "The Place of the Armenian in the Indo-European Languages" was published by the linguist, in which, based on the harmony of the phonetic rules in Armenian, he proves it is a separate branch of the Indo-European language family, and the Persian words are simply borrowings.
This scientific article has given Armenian a new reputation, and linguists have to rewrite the Armenian language.
To make the work of Hübschmann available in Armenian requires the same dedication and responsibility as authorizing these studies.
96-year-old Mariam Harutyunyan, whose academic career began with Manush Nazaretovna, was that brave linguist who translated the Armenian studies of Hübschmann into Armenian, making it accessible to Armenians.