ARMENIAN ALPHABET - Red, Blue and Orange - Armenian alphabet in red, blue and orange. The Armenian alphabet was developed around 405 CE Mesrop Mashtots. The alphabet consists of 39 letters. The Armenian word for alphabet is aybuben. graphic-design digital typography illustration vector armenian-art armenian-alphabet-poster armenian-alphabet-art armenian-flag aybuben hayastan mesrop-mashtots armenia i-love-armenia art-collectibles
I still sign my name in Armenian script, though I live in Orlando now. It just doesn't look right in Latin script, as if it's someone else's name and not mine. Armenian script and language are so beautiful ♡♡♡
This is beyond amazing, just remarkable really.Here are the names of some chemical elements. The interesting fact is that each one of the Armenian alphabetic letters represent a numerical value. Now the sum of the numerical values of letters used to write the name of each element equals the Atomic Number of that element. Here are some examples... No other alphabet in history has ever had such a precise mathematical and logical structure
Those familiar with Armenian Churches might have come across a mysterious sign on top of the main altar on numerous occasions. This curious sign “Է” as seen in the picture is the letter of the Armenian alphabet and has a very interesting history.
Armenian Alphabet Sculptures - One of the letters at the Museum of Armenian Letters; on the road somewhere between Yerevan and Vanadzor (closer to Yerevan).Monument to Anniversary of the Armenian Alphabet