Armenian Classics. Mesrop Mashtots
This book of the series “Armenian classics” is devoted to the inventor of the Armenian Alphabet, translator, the founder of the national school, cultural-public figure, Armenian monk and propagator of the Armenian Church-Mesrop Mashtots. It contains the works of Mashtots, his biography with additional details, interesting information and fragments of his life. Approved by RA National Institute of Education as an additional educational manual.
Mesrop Mashtots (362 – February 17, 440) was an Armenian theologian, linguist and hymnologist. He is best known for having invented the Armenian alphabet c. 405 AD, which was a fundamental step in strengthening the Armenian statehood and the bond between the Armenian Kingdom and Armenians living in the Byzantine Empire and the Persian Empire. He was also, according to a number of scholars and contemporaneous Armenian sources, the creator of the Caucasian Albanian and Georgian alphabets.
|Compiler(s)||Nver Virabyan, Lusine Margaryan|