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Sahak and Mesrop; the illuminators of the Armenian mind

Vahan M Kurkjian

Sahak and Mesrop; the illuminators of the Armenian mind

by Vahan M Kurkjian

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Published by Junior League of the Armenian General Benevolent Union in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Armenia
    • Subjects:
    • Isaac, Saint, Catholicos of Armenia, d. 439.,
    • Mesrop, Saint, ca. 361-440.,
    • Armenia -- History -- 428-640.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by Vahan M. Kurkjian]
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS176 .K8
      The Physical Object
      Pagination40 p.
      Number of Pages40
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5184580M
      LC Control Number75002745

      The Armenian alphabet is a true masterpiece of its era and knows many secrets. However, there is one in particular that still blows my mind. As some people know the Armenian alphabet was (re)invented in AD by the Armenian linguist and theologian Mesrop Mashtots with the help of the patriarch Sahak . The next luminary in Armenian church history is St. Mesrop Mashtotz, who became one of the foremost evangelists and the cultural liberator of the Armenian people. With the encouragement and help he received from St. Sahak Partev, the Catholicos, he first invented the Armenian alphabet, and then together with St. Sahak and their disciples.

        Location of Oshakan. Oshakan is located 25 kilometers (approximately miles) away from the capital city of Yerevan, and 6 kilometers (almost 4 miles) away from the nearby city of Ashtarak.. The entire Aragatsotn region is one filled with captivating churches, monuments, nature, and history, so if you one day plan to visit the historical village of Oshakan, be sure to take an entire day or. St. Sahak Partev From a Synaxarion, Reproduced in Armenian Miniature Portraits. St. Sahak is one of the most well-known figures in Armenian history. As Catholicos, he supported the work of Mesrob Mashdots in the creation of the Armenian alphabet and the translation of the Bible into Armenian.

      Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s. (SAHAK) Catholicos or Patriarch of Armenia (), otherwise known as ISAAC THE GREAT and sometimes as PARTHEV owing to his Parthian origin. He was son of St. Narses and descended from the family of St. Grergory the Illuminator.


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Sahak and Mesrop; the illuminators of the Armenian mind by Vahan M Kurkjian Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Sahak and Mesrop; the illuminators of the Armenian mind. [Vahan M Kurkjian]. Catholicos St. Sahak Partev and Archimandrite St. Mesrop (Vardapet) Mashtots are the founders of Armenian literature and ecclesiastical bibliography.

Sahak Partev was the elder son of Catholicos St. Nersess the Great, and the last Catholicos of the Armenian Church who descended from the lineage of St.

Gregory the Illuminator. Great deals on North American Antiquarian & Collectible Books in Armenian. Get cozy and expand your home library with a large online selection of books at Fast & Free shipping on many items. Sahak and Mesrop; the illuminators of the Armenian mind by Bakuran (Book) Sahak ew Mesrop: hay mtkʻi lusaworichʻnerě by Bakuran () S.

Mashtotsʻ Vardapet: keankʻn ew gortsunēutʻiwně: handerdz kensagrutʻeamb S. Sahakay by Nersēs Akinean (Book). Catholicos St. Sahak Partev and Archimandrite St. Mesrop (Vardapet) Mashtots are the founders of Armenian literature and ecclesiastical bibliography.

Sahak Partev was the elder son of. Sahak Partev was the elder son of Catholicos St. Nersess the Great, and the last Catholicos of the Armenian Church who descended from the lineage of St.

Gregory the Illuminator. Baghdasar Arzoumanian ( - ) (Armenian: Բաղդասար Արզումանյան, also Bagdasar, Paghtasar, Paghtassar, Baghdik, Bagdik, Arzumanian, Arzoumanyan, Arzumanyan) was an Armenian architect and designer based in Yerevan, was the author of a large corpus of civil and religious buildings as well as many smaller design works.

The Armenian Apostolic Church commemorates on Saturday, Febru Pontiff St. Sahak Partev, reports. Sahak Partev was the elder son of Catholicos St. Nersess the Great, and the last Catholicos of the Armenian Church who descended from the lineage of St.

Gregory the Illuminator. The Armenian alphabet is a true masterpiece of its era and knows many secrets. However, there is one in particular that still blows my mind. As some people know the Armenian alphabet was (re)invented in AD by the Armenian linguist and theologian Mesrop Mashtots with the help of the patriarch Sahak Partev and the Armenian king these achievements.

Sahak was the last of the bishops of Armenia who were of the lineage of Gregory the Illuminator. He is greatly venerated by the Armenians as a saint and honored, with Mesrop Mashtots ʿ, as the cofounder of the Armenian literary tradition.

Bibliography. Conybeare, F. "The Armenian Canons of Saint Sahak Catholicos of Armenia.". In / A.D., St. Mesrop creates the Armenian Alphabet through Divine Grace. For the first time in the history of the nation, the Armenian people had a specific and distinctive alphabet.

Following the creation of the Armenian Alphabet, St. Sahak and St. Mesrop opened a school for translators in the city of Vagharshapat (Etchmiadzin). The book had an enormous impact on Armenian historiography.

In the text, the author self-identifies as a disciple of Saint Mesrop, and states that he composed his work at the request of Isaac (Sahak), the Bagratuni prince who fell in battle in Authorship. Until the 19th century most scholars accepted Movses's History as an authentic script. The Creation Of Armenian Alphabet.

Mesrop Mashtots was born in AD, in the village of Hatsekats, Armenia. Sahak Partev, the Armenian catholicos, tasked Mashtots with creating a new Armenian alphabet.

Until that time, most written versions of Armenian were in Greek. The Armenian language itself predates its alphabet. Armenian is an Indo-European language, a family of languages that includes most of the languages of Europe, the Iranian Plateau, and northern India. It has been speculated that the Armenians may have arrived in the areas surrounding Lake Van, Sevan, and Urmia as early as the second half of the 2 nd millennium BC.

Mesrop Aramyan (Armenian Տ. Մեսրոպ քհն. Արամյան, JYerevan, Armenian SSR, birth name Matevos) - priest of the Armenian Apostolic Church, theologian, scholar, screenwriter, producer, public figure and -founder and member of the FAST Foundation Board of Trustees.

[1] Director of the National Education Distinction Program [2] [3]. The Armenian Apostolic Church on Thursday, July 2, marks the Feast of the Holy Translators St.

Sahak and St. Mesrop, reports. Catholicos St. Sahak Partev and Archimandrite St. Mesrop. He found some of the ancient letters and invented others to complete the alphabet in St. Mesrop and St. Sahak () were the forerunners of the Armenian intellectual movement, the former as the inventor of the alphabet, the latter, together with his pupils, as the translator of the Bible into Armenian.

In / A.D., St. Mesrop creates the Armenian Alphabet through Divine Grace. For the first time in the history of the nation, the Armenian people had a specific and distinctive alphabet.

Following the creation of the Armenian Alphabet, St. Sahak and St. Mesrop opened a school for translators in the city of Vagharshapat (Etchmiadzin). Yet blessed Sahak, who had rendered from the Greek language into Armenian all the ecclesiastical books and the wisdom of the church fathers, once more undertook, with Eznik, the comparison of the former random, hurriedly done translations from then available copies with the authentic copies, and they translated many commentaries of the Bible.

The Armenian alphabet is a true masterpiece of its era and knows many secrets. However, there is one in particular that still blows my mind. As some people know the Armenian alphabet was (re)invented in AD by the Armenian linguist and theologian Mesrop Mashtots with the help of the patriarch Sahak Partev and the Armenian king Vramshapouh.

Feast of the Holy Translators St. Sahak and St. Mesrop. Saints Sahak and Mesrop are two pillars of the Armenian Church, who conceived the idea of translating the Bible into Armenian and created the Armenian alphabet in order to do so.

St. Sahak was born inthe great, great-grandson and last male descendant of St. Gregory the Illuminator.The Pontiff St. Sahak Partev. Pontiff St. Sahak Partev was the elder son of Catholicos St. Nersess the Great, and the last Catholicos of the Armenian Church who descended from the lineage of St.

Gregory the Illuminator. He became Catholicos of All Armenians in .Sahak and Mesrop: the illuminators of the Armenian mind / Cover title."Prefaced by an outline of Armenian history."ACCESS: Armenian Research Center's copy may only be used at the Armenian Research Center ; please call for Center of access: Internet Topics: Mesrop, Saint, ca.Isaac, Saint.