Armenian inscriptions mention the colorful titles used in Jerusalem’s St. Hakobyants monastery, which had origins from Kutahya. When conquering Jerusalem, the Egyptian sultan confused the monastery with a mosque and prostrated himself in prayer. Finding out the reality, he ordered to destroy the monastery. It was preserved only through the efforts of the Armenian monks.
Titles from Jerusalem’s St. Hakobyants monastery were used in this design as well as fragments from “Urbatagirk” (The Book of Friday.)
This scarf is made of 100% silk.
The dimensions of this product are 110 x 110 cm (about 43 x 43 in)