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 Ays ē gir orinats‘ hagarats‘wots‘ kam ismaēlats‘wots‘ or koch‘i ghuran aysink‘n havak‘umn patowiranats
(5,338 words)



‘This is the book of laws of the Hagarians or the Ishmaelites, called Ghuran, meaning collection of precepts’

Step‘anos Lehats‘i

Date: Between 1670 and 1680

Original Language: Classical Armenian mixed with middle Armenian

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A rapid comparison of Robert of Ketton’s Latin version of the Qur’an, made in Toledo in 1143, with Lehats‘i’s version immediately shows that the latter is a literal translation of the former. In form, sequence and relative lengt…

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Dadoyan, Seta B., “ Ays ē gir orinats‘ hagarats‘wots‘ kam ismaēlats‘wots‘ or koch‘i ghuran aysink‘n havak‘umn patowiranats”, in: Christian-Muslim Relations 1500 - 1900, General Editor David Thomas. Consulted online on 20 September 2019 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/2451-9537_cmrii_COM_27344>



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