3 edition of History of Armenian literature found in the catalog.
History of Armenian literature
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by James Etmekjian.|
|LC Classifications||PK8515 .E86 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 497 p. :|
|Number of Pages||497|
|LC Control Number||88038608|
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The Case of Misak Torlakian Historical Novel and Trial Transcript, (Pub. The Heritage of Armenian Literature: From the sixth to the eighteenth century Volume 2 of The Heritage of Armenian Literature, Agop Jack Hacikyan, ISBNAuthor.
Nov 07, · Early Christian Armenian literature begins fromafter Mesrop Mashtots invented the Armenian alphabet, History of Armenian literature book for the purpose of translating Biblical books into Armenian.
The main and the leading literary direction of this period is historiography, theology and writing of spiritual sharakans (spiritual songs). Armenian written literature began in the 5th century ad, and monasteries became the principal centres of intellectual life. The earliest works were historical, such as Moses of Khoren’s History of Armenia.
The masterpiece of classical Armenian is Eznik Koghbatsi’s. Armenian Books Main Page This page hosts a list of books on Armenian Literature & Fiction. If a book is missing, you can add it using the add a book form. Books shelved as armenian-literature: Քաոս by Alexander Shirvanzade, Մեծապատիվ մուրացկաններ by Hagop Baronian, Дом, в котором by Mariam Petrosyan, Գիք.
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