Pseudo-Yovhannēs Mamikonean, The history of Tarōn (Patmutʻiwn Tarōnoy)

historical investigation, critical translation, and historical and textual commentaries
  • 278 Pages
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Scholars Press , Atlanta, Ga
Hovhan Mamikonean, Bishop of Mamikoneankʻ., Zenob Glak, 4th cent., Armenian Church -- History., Surb Karapeti Vankʻ Tarōnoy., Muş İli (Turkey) -- His


Muş İli (Tu

Other titlesHistory of Tarōn., Patmutʻiwn Tarōnoy.
Statementby Levon Avdoyan.
SeriesSuren D. Fesjian Academic publications ;, no.6, Occasional papers and proceedings, Occasional papers and proceedings (Scholars Press)
ContributionsHovhan Mamikonean, Bishop of Mamikoneankʻ.
LC ClassificationsPK8547.H57 P3833 1993
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxix, 278 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1393892M
ISBN 101555405622, 1555405967
LC Control Number93001086

Among Classical Armenian sources, the History of Taron attributed to the otherwise unknown Yovhannes (John) Mamikonean, is a peculiar work.

The author of this medieval romance claims to have compiled it in from shorter, earlier accounts written by the abbots of the monastery of Glak in the district of Taron (in southwestern historical Armenia, to the west of Lake Van).

John Mamikonean's History of Taron. But they were unable to discover the church door, since the Lord hid it from them. They started to strike about with mallets, [15] but did not find the door.

Then terrified by dews ("supernatural spirits", "demons"), they fled the place, for it was nighttime. The bodies of the fallen saints remained unburied. Later history. With the death of Mushegh VI Mamikonian at the Battle of Bagrevand in Apriland the eclipse of the Mamikonian from Armenian affairs, and following a conflict with the Jahhafids, Taron passed to Ashot Msaker of the Bagratuni family.

His successors ruled Taron until Ashot I Msaker (died ), ca. –, presiding prince of Armenia (as Ashot IV) from The arrival of the relics of Surb Karapet (The Holy Precursor, John the Baptist) in Armenia figures prominently in the conversion narrative of the Armenians.

Girkʻ patmutʻeantsʻ erkrin Tarōnoy (The history of Taron) purports to be a fourth-century history of the Christianization of Armenia, narrated in two parts. The first deals with the relics of Saint John the Baptist and their disposition. The History of Tartan by Ben Johnson. Travellers to Scotland over the past several hundred years have noted the Tartan worn by its inhabitants.

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