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 Žamanakagrut‘iwn Grigor vardapeti Kamaḥec`woy kam Daranałc‘woy

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Author(s): Bardakjian, Kevork B.
Žamanakagrut‘iwn‘Chronology of Grigor Daranałc‘i’, ‘Chronology’ Grigor Kamaxec‘i Date: 1634-40 Original Language: Armenian Description Grigor Daranałc‘i’s  Žamanakagrut‘iwn (‘Chronology’), which essentially covers the years 1595-1634, was completed in Rodosto between 1634 and 1640. The only known manuscript copy is preserved in the collection of the St James Armenian Monastery in Jerusalem, J1069. It is written in a difficult mixture of late-middle and early-modern Armenian, with many Persian, Arabic and Turki…

Grigor Daranałc‘i

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Author(s): Bardakjian, Kevork B.
Grigor Kamaxec‘i Date of Birth: 1576 Place of Birth: Kamax (now Kemah, Turkey) Date of Death: September 1643 Place of Death: Rodosto (now Tekirdağ, Turkey) Biographyvardapet (a celibate priest, ‘doctor of theology’) of the Armenian Church, Grigor Daranałc‘i, or Kamaxec‘i, was born in Kamax. At the age of 14 he joined the monks at the monasteries of Sepuh mountain, took vows and later studied under Srapion  vardapet in Baberd (Bayburt, Turkey). His flight to Constantinople from the Celali rebellions marked the beginning of his extensive travels with extended…