John Mamikonean's History of Tarōn
Sources of the Armenian Tradition, 1985 - 148 pagina's
Features the "History of Taron," an Armenian source that was attributed to Yovhannes or John Mamikonean. Explains that the work is not a history, but a historical romance that may have been written post 8th century. Notes that the author claims that the work was compiled in 680-81, but that some historians dispute this. Provides information about translations of the book.
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