4 edition of A bibliography of classical Armenian literature to 1500 found in the catalog.
A bibliography of classical Armenian literature to 1500
Robert W. Thomson
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||by R.W. Thomson.|
|LC Classifications||Z3464.L5 T46 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||325 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||325|
|LC Control Number||2002420307|
Ancient history (non-classical to CE) Early history ( CE to ) Early Modern History ( to ) Literature. Bibliography; Children's literature studies; Literary reference works; Literary studies (early and medieval) Book of Letters, Armenian. Armenian literature: The Armenian Church  fostered literature, and the principal early works are religious or hagiographical, most of them translations. The first major Armenian literary work is a 5th cent. translation of the Bible; its language became the standard of classical Armenian.
Bibliography in Europe and the origin of European bibliography dates back to the later period of antiquity. The first bibliographical works (for example The Book of Famous Men by Jerome of Stridon, fourth century) reflect the struggle of the Christian church with the pagan literature of the ancient world. During the Middle Ages the dominant type of bibliographical . Introduction to Classical Armenian; Matthew ; Moses of Khoren's History, Book II, Chapter 30; Faustos Buzand's The History of Armenia, Book IV, Chapter 5; Koriwn's The History of the Life and Death of the Holy Teacher Mesrop, Books V and VI; Yeznik of Kolb's Against the Heresy of Sects, Chapter 12; Selected Annotated Bibliography; Grammar.
(in Armenian) contains the chronology of the poet's life, bibliography of works about him, also quotes about Teryan by his contemporaries. Febru Thanks to Tom Samuelian we are able to present in our library the English translation of St. Grigor Narekatsi's Narek (Book of Lamentations). scholarship, A Bibliography of Classical Armenian Literature to AD (), supplemented in by a sixty-page sequel in Le Muséon. In the first decennium of the twenty-first century Thomson translated and commented upon two Armenian adaptations of File Size: 90KB.
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Twenty years in the making, this massive reference to Armenian literature is designed to provide access to texts of and secondary writings about Armenian authors born between and Bardakjian, author of two other books on Armenian literature and history, picks up where A Bibliography of Classical Armenian Literature to AD (written Cited by: 4.
The present bibliography attempts to offer a guide to Armenian literature from the beginnings down to AD A Bibliography of Classical Armenian Literature to A.D The book also includes probing analyses of the function of dreams and visions in early Armenian literature ; monks and monasteries; and titles accorded the primate of the.
Bibliography of Classical Armenian Literature to AD Thomson: Bessarion Scholasticus: A Study of Cardinal Bessarion’s Latin Library Monfasani: Der Sermon vom Licht-Nous Sundermann: Tractatuli, excerpta et fragmenta de musica s.
XI et XII Meyer et al. Savoir/Pouvoir Lehmann: La Librairie des ducs de Bourgogne. Bibliography of Classical Armenian Literature to AD Thomson: Bessarion Scholasticus: A Study of Cardinal Bessarion’s Latin Library Monfasani: Der Sermon vom Licht-Nous Sundermann: La Librairie des ducs de Bourgogne.
Manuscrits conservés à la bibliothèque royale de Belgique Bousmanne et al. A bibliography of classical Armenian literature to (Corpus Christianorum) Jan 1, by Robert W Thomson Hardcover. A comprehensive guide to Armenian writers and literature spanning five centuries.
Combining features of a reference work, bibliographic guide, and literary history, it records the output of almost authors who wrote both in Armenia and in the communities of the Armenian diaspora. Presents a general history of the literature, with chapters devoted to a single century and.
The veritable creator of modern Armenian literature was Khachatur Abovian (–). Abovian was the first author to abandon the classical Armenian and adopt the modern for his works, thus ensuring their diffusion.
Abovian's most famed work, Wounds of Armenia, returns to the theme of the Armenian people's suffering under foreign domination.
Classical Origins and golden age. There is evidence that a pagan oral literature existed in Armenia before the invention of the Armenian alphabet in the 5th century ce, but, owing to the zeal of the early Christian priests, little of this was about a century after their conversion to Christianity (c.
), the Armenians had to rely on Greek and Syriac versions of. Classical Armenian Online Series Introduction Todd B. Krause and Jonathan Slocum. Armenian is the official language of what in recent memory was the smallest republic of the former Soviet Union, now the southernmost republic of the Commonwealth of Independent States.
A bibliography of classical Armenian literature to (Corpus Christianorum): ISBN () Hardcover, Brepols, The Book of Arcane Magic (Pathfinder, 4WF).
A bibliography of classical Armenian literature to AD, Turnhout ; Rewriting Caucasian history: the medieval Armenian adaptation of the Georgian Chronicles, OUP (ed.) From Byzantium to Iran: Armenian studies in honour of Nina G.
Garsoian ; with J. Howard-Johnston, The Armenian history attributed to Sebeos A reference guide to modern Armenian literature, with an introductory history / compiled and with an introduction by Kevork B.
Bardakjian. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, p. Location: SML, PK B37 (LC) Scenes from an Armenian childhood / translated from Armenian with a foreword by Mischa Kudian. London. Yovhannēs T‘lkuranc‘i (Armenian: Հովհաննես Թլկուրանցի, also Anglicised as Hovhannes Tlkurantsi, ca.
) was an Armenian poet who noted for his religious and lyric poetry. Editions and translations. James R. Russell, Yovhannēs Tʻlkurancʻi and the mediaeval Armenian lyric tradition, Armenian Texts and Studies (Atlanta: Scholars Press, ), ISBN MOVSĒS XORENAC‘I (Moses of Khorene), from the later Middle Ages, extracts of Parthian archives made by a certain “Mar Abas Catina,” especially on the issue of the organization of Armenian society as given in Book II.
A Bibliography of Classical Armenian Literature to A.D., Turnhout, (shelved 6 times as armenian-literature) avg rating — 4, ratings — published Bibliography Künzle, Beda O. L’Évangile arménien ancien / Das altarmenische Evangelium. 2 vols. Bern, For further bibliography on the Bible in Armenian, see R.
Thomson, A Bibliography of Classical Armenian Literature to AD (Turnhout, ), On artwork in Armenian manuscripts, see this (very selective) list. The Matenadaran (Armenian: Մատենադարան), officially the Mesrop Mashtots Institute of Ancient Manuscripts, is a museum, repository of manuscripts, and a research institute in Yerevan, is the world's largest repository of Armenian manuscripts.
It was established in on the basis of the nationalized collection of the Armenian Church, formerly held at ect: Mark Grigorian, Arthur Meschian. Bibliography Künzle, Beda O. L’Évangile arménien ancien / Das altarmenische Evangelium. 2 vols. Bern, For further bibliography on the Bible in Armenian, see R.
Thomson, A Bibliography of Classical Armenian Literature to AD (Turnhout, ), On artwork in Armenian manuscripts, see this (very selective) list.
2 On him, see Robert W. Thomson, A Bibliography of Classical Armenian Literature to AD (Corpus Christianorum; Turnhout: Brepols, ), – Many of his poems were translated by James R. Russell, Yovhannēs T‘lkuranc‘i and The Mediaeval Armenian Lyric Tradition (University of Pennsylvania Armenian Texts and Studies, 7.
Author of Patmutʻiwn Hayotsʻ, Rewriting Caucasian History: The Medieval Armenian Adaptation of the Georgian Chronicles, The Armenian adaption of the Ecclesiastical history of Socrates Scholasticus, An introduction to classical Armenian, The Lawcode [Datastanagirk'] Of Mxit'ar Go¿, The History of Lazar P'Arpec'I, Indices To The Armenian .The tenth-century Armenian architect Trdat is known to historians of both Byzantine and Armenian architecture because of the bicultural nature of his works: he is credited with the repair of the dome of the Hagia Sophia in Constantinople and with the construction of Ani Cathedral in Armenia, one of the best-known medieval monuments of the Caucasus.