sato the queen

sato the queen

sato the queen
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25 Things You Must Do When Visiting Paris

25 Things You Must Do When Visiting Paris

Pendant; silver filigree with red stone. From Yerevan (Armenia), 19th century. (©Quai Branly Museum, Paris).

Pendant; silver filigree with red stone. From Yerevan (Armenia), 19th century. (©Quai Branly Museum, Paris).

First Page of the Gospel of Mark ~ An illuminated manuscript painting by Sargis Ptisak, who was a 14th century Armenian artist.

First Page of the Gospel of Mark ~ An illuminated manuscript painting by Sargis Ptisak, who was a 14th century Armenian artist.

#armenia #surrealism Copyright Sako Tchilingirian

#armenia #surrealism Copyright Sako Tchilingirian

Armenian Alphabet

Armenian Alphabet

Bible; Malnazar (Armenian, active about 1630s), and Aghap'ir (Armenian, active about 1630s), and Baghram, et al; Isfahan, Persia; 1637 - 1638; Tempera colors, gold paint, and gold leaf on parchment bound between original wood boards covered with reddish brown morocco; Leaf: 25.2 x 18.3 cm (9 15/16 x 7 3/16 in.); Ms. Ludwig I 14; J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California

Bible; Malnazar (Armenian, active about 1630s), and Aghap'ir (Armenian, active about 1630s), and Baghram, et al; Isfahan, Persia; 1637 - 1638; Tempera colors, gold paint, and gold leaf on parchment bound between original wood boards covered with reddish brown morocco; Leaf: 25.2 x 18.3 cm (9 15/16 x 7 3/16 in.); Ms. Ludwig I 14; J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California

Anahit  Armenian Goddess

Anahit Armenian Goddess

The church of Saint Gregory of Tigran Honents, Kars Turkey

The church of Saint Gregory of Tigran Honents, Kars Turkey

Triptych: Folding Reliquary Icon    Kilikian Armenia    1293    Wood, silver, gilt 63.5 x 69.5 cm (unfolded)    This folding reliquary icon from one of the Kililian monasteries is a marvellous work by a medieval Armenian craftsman (the Kilikian Armenian Kingdom existed from the 12th century to the 14th, on the north-eastern shores of the Mediterranean)

Triptych: Folding Reliquary Icon Kilikian Armenia 1293 Wood, silver, gilt 63.5 x 69.5 cm (unfolded) This folding reliquary icon from one of the Kililian monasteries is a marvellous work by a medieval Armenian craftsman (the Kilikian Armenian Kingdom existed from the 12th century to the 14th, on the north-eastern shores of the Mediterranean)

Ruins of Zevartnots

Ruins of Zevartnots