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SOME MONUMENTS OF ARMENIA

  • D. Talbot Rice
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1 For a summary of the discussion see Dalton, East Christian Art, eh. 1 and 2. For the eastern point of view, see Strzygowski, Eastern Origin of Christian Church Art; for the western : Rivoira, Moslem Architecture.

2 See the author’s article on Excavations at Hira in ANTIQUITY, September 1932. The interlaced ornament of Armenia is discussed in detail by Baltrusaitis, , L'Art mediaeval en Giorgie et en Arménie (Paris, 1930).

3 I tried to ascertain their whereabouts when at Etchmiadzin in September 1930, but they seemed to have been mysteriously mislaid between Moscow and Armenia.

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Antiquity
  • ISSN: 0003-598X
  • EISSN: 1745-1744
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