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Miniatures from the 1651 Armenian Four Gospels written for Minas Vardapet in Constantinople.

Miniatures from the 1651 Armenian Four Gospels written for Minas Vardapet in Constantinople.

Armenian Miniatures - last supper

Armenian Miniatures - Last Supper -- table cloth with braided Celtic Cross

an icon from an Armenian illuminated manuscript dated 1391, showing the Mother of God with the Apostles at Pentecost

an icon from an Armenian illuminated manuscript dated showing the Mother of God with the Apostles at Pentecost

King Levon II and Queen Keran of Armenia (1272). They are shown here with five of their fifteen children, including eldest daughters,  Princesses Fimi and Zabel.

King Levon II and Queen Keran of Armenia They are shown here with five of their fifteen children, including eldest daughters, Princesses Fimi and Zabel.King of Cilicia Armenian Kingdom Marash King Leo Levon of Armenia

Menologium | Cilicia, Sis, 1348 (modern day Turkey, Kozan) | The Morgan Library & Museum

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