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Armenian illuminated manuscripts - Ejmiadzin Gospel 6th-7th C.

Armenian illuminated manuscripts - Ejmiadzin Gospel 6th-7th C.

Armenian Bible: Mesrop of Khizan (c. 1560 – c. 1652) was a prominent Armenian manuscript illuminator in Persia. Mesrop was born in the Ottoman Empire but eventually lived in Isfahan, Persia, where he contributed in the making of manuscripts for bibles and gospels for four decades. He was also a scribe, clerk, teacher, doctor of theology, restorer and binder. His manuscripts have been displayed in museums throughout the world and are found in many prestigious libraries.

Armenian Bible: Mesrop of Khizan (c. 1560 – c. 1652) was a prominent Armenian manuscript illuminator in Persia. Mesrop was born in the Ottoman Empire but eventually lived in Isfahan, Persia, where he contributed in the making of manuscripts for bibles and gospels for four decades. He was also a scribe, clerk, teacher, doctor of theology, restorer and binder. His manuscripts have been displayed in museums throughout the world and are found in many prestigious libraries.

Armenian miniature work 'The building of St Etchmiadzin'

Armenian miniature work 'The building of St Etchmiadzin'

armenian church art - Google Search

armenian church art - Google Search

Matenadaran - epifania armena by big camera, via Flickr

Matenadaran - epifania armena by big camera, via Flickr

MINIATURES - Erevan, Matenadaran, MS 4823, Gospel, 1224, Khoranashat Monastery, Artsakh, St. John with Prokhoros. Photo: Ara Güler

MINIATURES - Erevan, Matenadaran, MS 4823, Gospel, 1224, Khoranashat Monastery, Artsakh, St. John with Prokhoros. Photo: Ara Güler

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