BOOKS on ARMENIAN ARCHITECTURE - I
DOCUMENTS
of ARMENIAN ARCHITECTURE
Faculty of Architecture of the Milan Polytecnic &
Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia

23 volumes, 1968-98, OEMME Edizioni, Venezia.

TAKEO KAMIYA
hDocuments of Armenian Architecture"

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Haghpat

Documents of Armenian Architecture, No.1
HAGHPAT
3rd ed. 1974 (1st. 1968)
27~27cm, 63 pages (11 for drawings)


Stephan Mnatsakanian and Adriano Alpago-Novello write on the monastery of Haghpat in Northern Armenia, with numerous color photographs and surveyed drawings.



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Haghpat

Documents of Armenian Architecture, No.2
KHATCHKAR
3rd ed. 1977 (1st. 1969)
27~27cm, 75 pages


Levon Azarian and Armen Manoukian write on Khatchkars characteristic of Armenia, with numerous color photographs, though without drawings.


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Sanahin

Documents of Armenian Architecture, No.3
SANAHIN
3rd ed. 1980 (1st. 1970)
27~27cm, 71 pages (10 for drawings)


O.Kh.Ghalpakhtchian and Adriano Alpago-Novello write on the Sanahin Monastery in Northern Armenia, with numerous color photographs and surveyed drawings.


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S. Thadei

Documents of Armenian Architecture, No.4
S. THADEI VANK
3rd ed. 1980 (1st. 1970)
27~27cm, 71 pages (9 for drawings)


Wolfram Kleiss and Houshang Seihoun write on St Thadei Monastery in northwestern Iran (Azerbaijan), with numerous photographs and surveyed drawings.


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Amberd

Documents of Armenian Architecture, No.5
AMBERD
2nd ed. 1978 (1st. 1972)
27~27cm, 55 pages (7 for drawings)


Nikolaj M. Tokarskij and Adriano Alpago-Novello write on the Amberd Fort and Cathedral, with numerous color photographs and surveyed drawings.


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Gesghard

Documents of Armenian Architecture, No.6
G(H)EGHARD
2nd ed. 1978 (1st. 1972)
27~27cm, 73 pages (21 for drawings)


Allexandr Sahinian and Armen Manoukian write on the Geghard Monastery, with numerous color photographs and surveyed drawints.


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Goshavank

Documents of Armenian Architecture, No.7
GOSHAVANK
1974 (2nd. 1982)
27~27cm, 57 pages (11 for drawings)


Armen Zarian and Herman Vahramian write on the Monastery of Goshavank in northern Armenia, with numerou color photographs and surveyed drawings.


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Aghtamar

Documents of Armenian Architecture, No.8
AGHT'AMAR
1974
27~27cm, 113 pages (9 for drawings)


Herman Vahramian and Sirarpie Der-Nersessian write on the Church of Holy Cross in the Island of Aghtamar on Lake Van, western Turkey, with numerous color photographs, chronolygy and surveyed drawings.


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Ererouk

Documents of Armenian Architecture, No.9
EREROUK
1977
27~27cm, 71 pages (9 for drawings)


Pascal Paboudjian and Adriano Alpago-Novello write on the Basilika of Ererouk in Anipenza, western Armenia, with numerous color photographs and surveyed drawings.


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S. Stephanos

Documents of Armenian Architecture, No.10
S. STEPHANOS
1980
27~27cm, 71 pages (9 for drawings)


Hatmut Hofrichter and Gabriella Uluhogian write on the Monastery of St Sephanos in northwestern Iran (Azerbaijan), with numerouw color photographs and surveyed drawings.


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Ketcharis

Documents of Armenian Architecture, No.11
KETCHARIS
1982
27~27cm, 59 pages (7 for drawings)


Mourad Hasratian and Adriano Alpago-Novello write on the Monastery of Kecharis in Tzaghkazor, middle Armenia, with numerous color photographs and surveyed drawings.


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Ani

Documents of Armenian Architecture, No.12
ANI
1984
27~27cm, 103 pages


Paolo Cuneo, Armen Zarian, Gabriella Uluhogian, N. Thierry and J. M. Thierry write on the ruins of the ancient Armenian capital city Ani at the border of Trukey and Armenia, with numerous color photographs, though sureyed drawings are only a few.


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Haghartzin

Documents of Armenian Architecture, No.13
HAGHARTZIN
1984
27~27cm, 59 pages (7 for drawings)


Armen Zarian and Armen Manoukian write on the Monastery of Haghrtzin in northern Armenia, with numerous color photographs and surveyed drawings.


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Amaghu

Documents of Armenian Architecture, No.14
AMAGHU NORAVANK
1985
27~27cm, 63 pages (9 for drawings)


Adriano Alpago-Novello and Giulio Ieni write on the Monastery of Noravank near Amaghu in southern Armenia, before the restoration of the belfry, with numerous color photographs and sureyed drawings.


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Kasakhi

Documents of Armenian Architecture, No.15
KASAKHI VANKER
1986
27~27cm, 75 pages (15 for drawings)


Karo Ghafadarian and Giovanni Curatola write on the Monasteries of Hovhanna and Saghmosa in Kasakhi region, western Armenia, with numerous color photographs and surveyed drawings.


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Ptghni

Documents of Armenian Architecture, No.16
PTGHNI / ARUDCH
1986
27~27cm, 75 pages (11 for drawings)


Francesco Gandolfo and Armen Zarian write on the ruins of Churches of Ptghni and Arudch in western Armenia, with numerous color photographs and surveyed drawings.


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Gandzasar

Documents of Armenian Architecture, No.17
GANDZASAR
1987
27~27cm, 67 pages (4 for drawings)


Bagrat Ulubabian and Murad Hasratian write on the Monastery of Gandzasar in Nagorno Karabagh, with numerous color photographs and surveyed drawings.


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Sevan

Documents of Armenian Architecture, No.18
SEVAN
1987
27~27cm, 87 pages (8 for drawings)


Stepan Mnatsakanian writes on the Monastery of Sevan facing Lake Sevan and small churches in Ghegharkunik, middle Armenia, with numerous color photographs and surveyed drawings.


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Gandzasar

Documents of Armenian Architecture, No.19
GHARABAGH
1988
27~27cm, 109 pages


Setrag Manoukian, Maria Adelaide Lala Comneno and Paolo Cuneo write on churches, villages and bridges in Nagorno Karabagh, with numerous color photographs and surveyed plans.


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Sorhul

Documents of Armenian Architecture, No.20
SORHUL
1989
27~27cm, 111 pages (5 for drawings)


Adriano Alpago-Novello writes on the brick church in Sorhul in northwestern Iran (Azerbaijan) , and churches in the Iranian Azerbaijan districts with numerous color photographs and surveyd drawings.


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Nor Djulfal

Documents of Armenian Architecture, No.21
NOR DJULFA
1992
27~27cm, 123 pages (17 for drawings)


Armen Hakhnazarian and Vahan Mehrabian write on Iranian-style brick monasteries in New-Djulfa, Isfahan, Iran, with numerous color photographs and surveyed drawings.


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Nor Djulfal

Documents of Armenian Architecture, No.22
MAKARAVANK
1994
27~27cm, 63 pages (9 for drawings)


Varazdat Harout'yunian and Francesco Gandolfo write on the Monastey of Makarvank in northern Armenia, with numrous color photographs and surveyed drawings.


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Vaghasrshapatl

Documents of Armenian Architecture, No.23
VAGHARSHAPAT
1994 (Last Volume)
27~27cm, 155 pages (14 for drawings)


Armen Zarian, Ara Zarian and Anahide Ter Minassian write on the Monasteries and Cathedrals in Vagharshapat, middle Armenia, with numrous color photographs and surveyed drawings (most voluminous tomej.

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A soft slipcase is provided only for this tome 'Vagarshpat',
pobably commemorating the last volume of this series
"Documents of Armenian Architecture".

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< Book Binding >
hDocuments of Armenian Architecture" 23 volumes.
edited by Faculty of Architecture of the Milan Polytecnic
& Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia
published in 1968-98, by OEMME Edizioni, Venezia, Italia.
Square size, 27cm x 27cm x 0.5 - 1cm, 50 - 150pages each.
Soft cover book with numerous photos and architectural drawings.
Text in three languages (Italian, English and Armenian).

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