Studies in Classical Armenian Literature
Edited by John A.C. Greppin
This assortment of essays deals with the most celebrated and important Classical Armenian authors, writers whose ideas have molded Armenian Christian thought for over a millennium and a half. It is these authors who have brought us the history of the Armenians, not only their political and military history, but the chronicle of ancient Armenian thinking. Essays include those by Robert W. Thomson on Agathangelos, Vardan Areveltsi, Thomas Artsruni, Yeghishe, and Moses Khorenatsi; Krikor Maksoudian on Hovhannes Draskhanakertetsi and Koriwn; James Russell on Gregory Narekatsi; Dickran Kouyoumjian on Lazar Parpetsi; Nina Garsoian on Patmut'iwn Hayots; Robert Hewsen on Ananias Shirakatsi; and Claude Cox on the Zohrab Bible.
Caravan Books (First Printing, 1994)