Classical Armenian


Also found in: Wikipedia.
Related to Classical Armenian: Armenian language

Classical Armenian

n.
The oldest recorded variety of Armenian, attested from the fifth century and in continuous use as a literary language until the eighteenth century.
References in periodicals archive ?
The church embodies the two archetypes of classical Armenian architecture: employing stone materials and topped with a conical dome.
It drifts off into the world of the weird only when Russell introduces an obscure Armenian text, The Key of Truth, where we learn that Satan, who came originally in the form of a snake, addressed Adam and Eve in the Classical Armenian language.
All these etymologies are heavily dependent on knowledge of Iranian historical phonology and reveal extensive reading in classical Armenian texts.
Elisabeth Pehlivanian will perform a classical Armenian opera, Nune will sing one of her Armenian pop songs and Razmik Mansourian will debut a new original song.
In the same author's chapter on Classical Armenian (pp.
Full browser ?