5 edition of The Tondrakian Movement found in the catalog.
February 3, 1998
Written in English
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The Tondrakian Movement: Religious Movements in the Armenian Church from the 4th to the 10th Centuries. London: RoutledgeCurzon. pp. 14– ISBN ^ a b Nersessian, Vrej: The Tondrakian Movement, Princeton Theological Monograph Series, Pickwick Publications, Allison Park, Pennsylvania, , p ^ Constantine-Silvanus.". His thesis for the Ph.D. at King's College was on the Tondrakian movement. Dr. V. Nersessian is the Curator in charge of manuscripts and printed books of the Christian Middle East, Oriental Collections, The British Library.
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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Author: Vrej Nersessian. Tondrakian villages and communities appeared in Upper Armenia, Vaspurakan, Mokq and other provinces. Historians mention various leaders of the Tondrakians of this time such as Thoros, Ananes, Hakop and Sarkis.
The wide acceptance of the movement began to worry secular and spiritual feudal lords, Byzantine authorities and even Muslims. Decline. tondrakian movement: religious movements in armenian church from fourth to tenth centuries (princeton theological monograph series) by vrej nersessian **brand new**.Seller Rating: % positive.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: 1 map ; 22 cm: Contents: Survey of the principal sources; a history of the religious sects in Armenia - 4th to 10th centuries; Aremnia in the 8th and 9th centuries - a social, economic and political survey; the origin of the T'ondrakec'i - Smbat Zarehawan and his contemporaries; the relation of the.
The Tondrakian Movement. Armenian Apostolic Orthodox Church -History I. Title This book is published with gratefully acknowledged financial assistance from the Armenian General Benevolent Union (European section), and His Eminence Abp. Torkom Manoogian, Primate of the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church in America.
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The book focuses on two areas of Christian dualism. The first is the Tondrakian movement in Armenia, which appears to be cognate with, but not identical to, Paulicianism.
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Edward Gibbon: 'History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire' (Chapter LIV). The article discusses what is known about Smbat, who lived and worked in the first part of the 9th century, and was a major figure in the anti-clerical Tondrakian movement.
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