• Matthew J. Sarkisian

    Matthew J. Sarkisian

    Translator of Classical Armenian

    Matthew J. Sarkisian is a self-taught translator of Classical Armenian who lives in the Binghamton, New York area. He previously collaborated with Jesse Arlen on an annotated translation of an Armenian prayer scroll (hmayil), published in 2022 by the Krikor and Clara Zohrab Information Center.

Latest by author

St. Nersess the Graceful
Church History

Odes of St. Nersess the Graceful

St. Nersess the Graceful (Nersēs Shnorhali, 1102–1173 A.D.) Catholicos, from 1166 until his death in 1173, was one of the great figures of the medieval Armenian Church. His most popular work is the prayer of twenty-four stanzas commonly known as “With Faith I Confess” (Havatov Khostovanim), which has been translated into more than thirty languages. He was also a prolific author and...

Top rated

No more posts found for the author