Eduard Melikyan , who studies inscriptions and maps , wrote on his Facebook page:

“I know that some will say, but it does not obscure the fortress that I promised to provide, only an abandoned fortress… (Bagagesh, Bidlis /Bedllis/Badlis/Bitlis, Ballaleza / Balalesa and named Dzorapahak and Salnodzor in honor of the chief of the natural pass Tavros…)  Everyone knows about Baghesh, but, unfortunately, few people know (mostly  Urartian scholars) that the oldest name is Uazi: so it is  mentioned (as the center of the region of the same name) the Assyrian king Sargon II. And you will not even hear from those specialists whose name is nothing but the earliest mention of Aznvats Dzor of Aghdznik province.  And this is already very important … I will repeat, the city was later renamed after that gorge, after the Salnodzor mountain pass, Dzorapahak. By the way, in Assyrian sources, the Dzorapahak mountain pass, which passed through King Avenue of Greater Armenia, is mentioned by Tunibunu – you will not read this anywhere else…