Вірмено-українські історичні зв’язки / Armenian-Ukrainian Historical Contacts
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Co-published by the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies and the Department of Classical, Byzantine and Medieval Studies of the Ukrainian Catholic University in Lviv, this book is a collection of multilingual and multidisciplinary scholarly papers presented at an international conference entitled Armenian-Ukrainian Historical Contacts and held in Lviv in May of 2008.
Among the twelve papers included in this volume is Iaroslav Dashkevych’s Ukrainian-language essay on the Armenian self-government in Kyiv in the 15th to 17th centuries, Iryna Haiuk’s Ukrainian-language article on the history of Armenian culture in Ukraine, Myron Kapral’s English-language paper on Armenian and Ruthenian Elders in Lviv in the late medieval and early modern period, Mik>ayelm AËak>elian’s English-language study of the 16th and 17th-century Armenian illuminated manuscripts in Galicia, Podilia, and Bukovyna, and Anush Ter-Minasian’s Russian-language essay on the architecture of the Armenian cathedral in Lviv.
The book Armenian-Ukrainian Historical Contacts was co-edited by Kevork Bardakjian (USA), Frank E. Sysyn (Canada), and Andrii Yasinovskyi (Ukraine).
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