Recipient Shaykh (1614), Andrias, Thomas and Sargis (1916), Shamirza Karapetyan (date unknown, but surely after 1968). The writer Zakaria, a pupil of the Catholicos of All Armenians, Hakob Jughayetsi, describes the deportation of Armenians by Shah Abbas in 1604, 10 years after this Gospel was written.Pen Zacharias asks the reader to remember him and his parents, John and Elihu-tun, his wife, Ma'murrkhatun, his uncle, Arijan, and his pupil, Melkon. Then he mentions the parents of the man who owns the manuscripts, the father of Shah, the father of Bahandur and his mother, Pashagani, and the husband of Sha'ul / Ghazar, Mirza, her sons, Kirakos, Sarkis and Avag, daughter Dovlat. Please also remember the brothers of the Sai / Ghor, Grandfather, Mkrtchin and Mirza. Matyan also has the following records: Thus, the Gospel was a property of Andrias (untimely). Then, on February 25, 1852, the priest of Sangibular, Karapet, saw the Gospel, leaving a small record only mentioning his name, and did not mention where and under what circumstances he had seen the manuscript. Later, in 1916, Karapet's sons, Tovmas and Sargis, This gospel, robbed of the province of Persia, is of great value. For years, they have carefully booked the book. On April 14, 1961, the manuscript was deposited at St. Gregory the Illuminator Armenian Church in the Ashkhabad district of Tehran, after which the powerful Gospel was blown up by a burning church causing dissatisfaction. We learned from the April 29, 1968, that the journal was fortunate to return to Armenia, We read the names of Sargis Karapetyans' sons and grandsons. The first is the son of Sargis Shahmirzha Karapetyan, who is the recipient of the helix.
The last receiver of the manuscript owned by Karapetyan's family is Tovmas' grandson Karapet / Karo Armenak. The Gospel written in the year 1614. Its original ancient rare Gospel. This manuscript is a Gospel, consisting of four evangelists, Mateus, Markus, Luke and John.
The manuscript has a stamped leather cover, which is coated with A cross, in the center of the Virgin Mary and Manouk Christus, and on the crosses with the images of 4 evangelists. The gospel's artistic composition consists of four tablets from the altar, four portraits of evangelists and their facing pages. Part of the artistic work of the post is part of the illustration of the "The burial of Christ's graveyard" with illustrations of mythical animals, sphinxes and birds. The artist, who lived in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. Also known as a skillful scribe and bookbinder.
In his memoranda provide detailed information about his family and relatives: his father, Ter-Ovannese, his mother Dzhulal Khatun, his wife Sajmin and othersMatenadaran shows eight manuscripts of the author. (MSS 6503, 5507, 5794, 2804, 10220, 4101, 7455, 5345). From Zakaria was an apprentice of the famous painter Hakob Dzhugajetsi, and he had disciples. Dimensions 265 210 60 mm. The item "Extremely Rare Armenian manuscript gospel Church book handwritten" is in sale since Friday, February 22, 2019.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Manuscripts". The seller is "antikaarm" and is located in Erevan. This item can be shipped worldwide.