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TOUCHING UPON ISSUES OF YEGHISHE THE APOSTLE,
GRIGORIS AND THE CHRISTIANIZATION OF THE CAUCASIAN AGHVANK (ALBANIA)
(In connection with the publication of the deciphering of the Caucasian Albanian old double-script Palimpsest) (The Caucasian Albanian Palimpsest of Mount Sinai, 2008 Brepols Publishers n.v., Turnhaut (2 volumes), Jost Gippert, Wolfgang Shulze, Zaza Aleksidze, Jean-Pierre Mahé)
 
HRANUSH KHARATYAN
(assisted by ANI HAKOBYAN and LILIT MELIKYAN)
 
 
In the given article the extended preface of the deciphered text of the “Albanian” (Aghvan) Palimpsest discovered on Mount Sinai is reviewed (authors - Zaza Aleksidze, Jean-Pierre Mahé). The authors of the preface tried to restore some Southern Caucasian events of the first millennium A.D. and the Aghvan participation in it in order to make out the probable history of the Aghvan manuscripts. The article touches upon the hypothesis regarding the Aghvank Christianization process and chronology offered by Zaza Aleksidze and Jean-Pierre Mahé and the interpretation of the medieval source of information. According to the hypothesis set forth by the authors, the Christianization process of Aghvank has its own apostolic history (the Apostle is Eghishe) without Armenian intervention (the story of Urnayr’s Christianization by Trdat and Gregory the Illuminator is baseless; Grigoris never preached in Aghvank); the Church of Aghvank at times collaborated with the Armenian and Georgian churches (in 451), however in general the church of Aghvank was independent and it became subject to the hierarchy of the Armenian Church from the sixth century. Therefore, speaking about Armenian intervention in the Aghvank Christianization process is superfluous.
 
 
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