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It is indisputably true that historiography must be the subject to constant revisions due to the availability of new historical sources; however, revisions and negations are often put forward without scientific grounding. They reject the well-established historiographical methods, while opening themselves to various kinds of ideologies, biases and manipulations. The Making of Arameans: Historical Negationism and Identity Construction in the Modern Aramean Question (www.arameanidentity.com) explores the revisionist practices among proponents of a contemporary Aramean identity which was forged as a result of a politically motivated reinterpretation of the past (pseudohistory).