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TitleTreasures from the ark. 1700 years of Armenian Christian art.
Author(s)Vrej Nersessian
Publication detailsLondon, The British Library, 2001. ISBN: 0712346996. m
ShelfmarkOID709.566. OIOC, YC.2001.b.486
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TitleThe Bible in the Armenian tradition
Author(s)Vrej Nersessian
Publication detailsLondon, The British Library, 2001. ISBN: 0712346988
ShelfmarkOID220.49. OIOC
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TitleThe Union Catalogue of Armenian Manuscripts in the United Kingdom Libraries
Author(s)Vrej Nersessian
Publication detailsLouvain, Peters, 2004. ISBN:
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Chapters, essays or articles in books

TitleArmenia
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Published inThe Oxford Guide to Literature, pp. 6
Editor(s)Peter France
Publication detailsOxford, Oxford Unviersity Press, 2000. ISBN:
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TitleIntroduction
Author(s)F. C. Conybeare
Published inThe Armenian Church: Heritage and Identity, pp. ix-xxiv
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Publication detailsNew York, St Vartan Press, 2001. ISBN:
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TitleJesus in Armenian Christianity
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Published inJesus in History,Culture and Thought: An Encyclopedia, pp. 25
Editor(s)Prof. J. L. Houlden
Publication detailsOxford, ABC-Clio, 2003. ISBN:
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Exhibitions

Title of exhibitionTreasures from the Ark
Organiser(s)The British Library with the support of the Vatche Manoukian Foundation
LocationThe British Library, pp.
Date(s)2 March - 28 May 2002
DescriptionThe exhibition was organised by Dr V. Nersessian to mark the 1700th anniversary of the adoption of Christianity in Armenia.The exhibits included manuscripts, sculpture, ceramics, textiles and metal works borrowed from 16 countries. The exhibition displayed the ancient Armenian civilization in its historical and cultural relationship with the Christian world.


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