Just in case you were wondering who Hurrians were and to correct the misapplied connection to non-Armenians, here is a small indicator to give a better perspective. I will speak more about this in future posts. Here is a description by Oxford Dictionary.
( pl. same or Hurris) a member of a people, originally from Armenia, who settled in northern Mesopotamia and Syria during the 3rd-2nd millennium bc and were later aborbed by the Hittites and Assyrians. (See also Mitanni.)
The Oxford English Reference Dictionary, © Oxford University Press 1996
The Hurrians originated in the Armenian mountains before their expansion. It is largely known from cuneiform tablets from Hattusas, the capital of the Hittites. The Hittite civilization was greatly influenced by the Hurrians. There was never a Hurrian empire, but the Armenian kingdom of Mitanni (1550-1400 bc) was largely Hurrian in population.
By the way, when the Semitic people, particularly the Hebrews, became more oriented with civilizations in Mesopotamia as they ventured from Africa, they began more knowledgable about the Hurrians and called them Horites. They used this term to insert in their scriptures, which were written 300 to 100 BC.
Vahan Setyan PhD