Places of Worship in Armenia: Basilica Churches in Armenia, Cathedrals in Armenia, Christian Monasteries in Armenia, Churches in Armenia

 
9781157912514: Places of Worship in Armenia: Basilica Churches in Armenia, Cathedrals in Armenia, Christian Monasteries in Armenia, Churches in Armenia
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 193. Not illustrated. Chapters: Basilica Churches in Armenia, Cathedrals in Armenia, Christian Monasteries in Armenia, Churches in Armenia, Mosques in Armenia, Akhtala Monastery, Geghard, Akdamar Island, Noravank, Goshavank, Makaravank Monastery, Zvartnots Cathedral, Kecharis Monastery, Saint Hripsime Church, Haghpat Monastery, Haghartsin Monastery, Harichavank Monastery, Etchmiadzin Cathedral, Saint Sargis Monastery of Ushi, Tatev, Blue Mosque, Yerevan, Shoghakat, Avan Church, Surb Zoravor Church of Yerevan, Sevanavank, Spitakavor Church of Ashtarak, Tegher Monastery, Havuts Tar, Karmravor Church, Lmbatavank, Odzun Church, Khor Virap, Gharghavank, Kotavank, Artavazik Church, Vanevan Monastery, Mashtots Hayrapet Church of Garni, Tsiranavor Church of Ashtarak, Horomayri Monastery, Sanahin Monastery, Aruchavank Church, Saint Gayane Church, Yererouk, Vahramashen Church, Saint Mariane Church of Ashtarak, Saghmosavank Monastery, Saint Sargis Church of Ashtarak, Hayravank Monastery, Surb Hovhannes Church of Byurakan, Kobayr Monastery, Makravank Monastery, Hnevank, Saint Nikolai Cathedral, Yerevan, Church of St. John, Mastara, Bgheno-Noravank, Saint Sargis Church of Tsovinar, Marmashen Monastery, Vahanavank, Basilica of the Holy Cross, Arakelots Monastery, Cathedral of Talin, Gndevank, Tatevi Anapat, Kirants Monastery, Makenyats Vank, St. Gevork Church, St. Astvatzatzin, Vankasar Monastery. Excerpt: Akhtala monastery - Between 1887 and 1889 the French archaeologist Jacques de Morgan discovered 576 rectangular stone sepulchers, along with cultural items made of clay, bronze and iron near Akhtala dating back to the 8th century BC. The settlement of modern Akhtala was known as Agarak in the 5th century. The fortress was almost certainly built on top of Bronze and Iron Age foundations. It was built in the late tenth century by the Kyurikid...

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