From 1658 to 1660, by the decree of Hakob Jughayetsi, Catolicos of All Armenians, Matheus Tsarents founded the Holy Etchmiadzin and St. Sargis Publishing Houses in Amsterdam. Soon after, in 1664, the leadership of the publishing house was transferred to Voskan Yerevantsi.
Thanks to his efforts, the first Armenian Bible was published in 1666. The book that was used for the translation was the Biblical copy of Hetum King of Cilicia, which was written in 1295. Voskan Yerevantsi edited this text from the Latin translation of Vulgata. The Voskanian Bible publication is considered one of the best examples of historic Armenian printing.
This scarf is made of polyester.
The dimensions of this product are 200 x 95 cm (about 78 x 37 in)