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relations between the Armenian and Georgian Churches according to the Armenian sources, 300-610 by Gorun Kojababian

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Published by Armenian Catholicosate of Cilicia in Antelias, Lebanon .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Ukhtanēs, Bishop of Sebastia, 10th cent. -- Translations into English,
  • Armenian Church -- Relations -- Sakʻartʻvelos avtokepʻaluri martʻlmadidebeli eklesia,
  • Sakʻartʻvelos avtokepʻaluri martʻlmadidebeli eklesia -- Relations -- Armenian Church,
  • Armenian Church -- History,
  • Sakʻartʻvelos avtokepʻaluri martʻlmadidebeli eklesia -- History,
  • Orthodox Eastern Church -- Georgia (Republic) -- History,
  • Girkʻ tʻghtʻotsʻ. -- Translations into English

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementGorun Babian.
GenreTranslations into English.
SeriesHrataraktʻ. Gēorg Melitinetsʻi Grakan Mrtsʻanaki ;, tʻiw 47 = Publication of the Kevork Melidinets Litarary Award., Hratarktʻ. Gēorg Melitinetsʻi Grakan Mrtsʻanaki ;, tʻiw 47.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX126.3 .K65 2001
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 456 p. :
Number of Pages456
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3644144M
LC Control Number2002460384

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