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Catalogue of All Works Known to Exist in the Armenian Language

Up to the Seventeenth Century


This work provides a summary, short author biography, and reference to editions or translations of all the works of Armenian provenance known to the author. It concludes with works of Greek Church Fathers and secular literature preserved in Armenian.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-59333-869-5
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Oct 31,2007
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 47
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-59333-869-5
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Following an introduction, the Catalogue provides a description of all the works of Armenian provenance known to the author, proceeding chronologically by century. Each entry begins with a summary of the content of the work and a short biography of the author when available. Subsequent European editions or translations of each work are also noted. The work concludes with sections referencing the works of Greek Church Fathers preserved in Armenian and secular literature.

Harrison Gray Otis Dwight (1803-1862) spent thirty years in Constantinople as an American Congregational missionary to the Armenians. He was a graduate of Hamilton College and Andover Theological Seminary. He also wrote such notable works as Christianity Revived in the East, and Christianity in Turkey: A Narrative of the Protestant Reformation in the Armenian Church.

Following an introduction, the Catalogue provides a description of all the works of Armenian provenance known to the author, proceeding chronologically by century. Each entry begins with a summary of the content of the work and a short biography of the author when available. Subsequent European editions or translations of each work are also noted. The work concludes with sections referencing the works of Greek Church Fathers preserved in Armenian and secular literature.

Harrison Gray Otis Dwight (1803-1862) spent thirty years in Constantinople as an American Congregational missionary to the Armenians. He was a graduate of Hamilton College and Andover Theological Seminary. He also wrote such notable works as Christianity Revived in the East, and Christianity in Turkey: A Narrative of the Protestant Reformation in the Armenian Church.

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