The Armenian Cross as Ceramic Art

Hachigian, Jack
May 2012
Ceramics Technical;May-Oct2012, Issue 34, p67
Trade Publication
The article focuses on a research on color cross designs found in the architecture in the region of Trebezond, Turkey, which in ancient times was part of Armenia. Topics include the religious aspects of the sculptures, the spirituality of Trebezond manuscripts, and data on the author's attempts to create crosses from clay that resemble the Armenian illuminations.


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