Explorez Arbres, Culture Arménienne et plus encore !

Découvrir des thèmes similaires

Armenian Highlands: Indo-European 'Aryan' Homeland

Armenian Highlands: Indo-European 'Aryan' Homeland

Artsakh

Artsakh

Geghard Monastery | Armenia

Geghard Monastery | Armenia

One of the amazing Cross stoneworks, a masterpiece. It is knows as Aseghnakar (Needlestone) by the famous Varpet Poghos.  The central part of #Goshavank monastery #khachqar.  Photos by khachqar.com

One of the amazing Cross stoneworks, a masterpiece. It is knows as Aseghnakar (Needlestone) by the famous Varpet Poghos. The central part of #Goshavank monastery #khachqar. Photos by khachqar.com

Coupe Samanide à décor noir et rouge. Asie Centrale, probablement Samarcande, Xe siècle. Photo Boisgirard et Associés

Coupe Samanide à décor noir et rouge. Asie Centrale, probablement Samarcande, Xe siècle. Photo Boisgirard et Associés

The making of a Khachkar (Armenian cross-stone)

The making of a Khachkar (Armenian cross-stone)

This extraordinary 19th century ceremonial bowl, commissioned by the Alpaiwalla family, a wealthy Bombay-based Parsi family of bullion dealers, is decorated in unusually high relief with Parsi/Zoroastrian themes. ...Muktad vases are used during the Parsee ceremony of muktad, the annual prayers for the dead, celebrated in the last ten days of the Parsee calendar."

This extraordinary 19th century ceremonial bowl, commissioned by the Alpaiwalla family, a wealthy Bombay-based Parsi family of bullion dealers, is decorated in unusually high relief with Parsi/Zoroastrian themes. ...Muktad vases are used during the Parsee ceremony of muktad, the annual prayers for the dead, celebrated in the last ten days of the Parsee calendar."

Sanahin, Armenia.  By rcarterimages

Sanahin, Armenia. By rcarterimages

Monastère de Gandzasar, région de Martakert, République du Haut-Karabagh (40°03’ N - 46°32’ E).

Monastère de Gandzasar, région de Martakert, République du Haut-Karabagh (40°03’ N - 46°32’ E).

Medieval Armenian Cross Stone (Khachkar) - Depiction of Light Bagratuni Archers.   Armenians were renowned in the Ancient & Medieval world for their heavy Cavalry and their Archers. Many factions used Armenians as mercenaries in the core regiments in their military, in particular the Persians and the Eastern Roman Empire.

Medieval Armenian Cross Stone (Khachkar) - Depiction of Light Bagratuni Archers. Armenians were renowned in the Ancient & Medieval world for their heavy Cavalry and their Archers. Many factions used Armenians as mercenaries in the core regiments in their military, in particular the Persians and the Eastern Roman Empire.

Pinterest
Rechercher