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Classical Armenian Online

Selected Annotated Bibliography

Todd B. Krause


For someone just beginning a study of Classical Armenian, several of the grammars have reading selections. Jensen's grammar has a separate volume dedicated to excerpts from major authors. In his work one may find references to more complete editions of the Classical Armenian authors:


There is a severe lack of grammars for Classical Armenian written in English. There are several exceptional grammars written in German:


There are no dictionaries, in English, for Classical Armenian. In German, the following is noteworthy:

Linguistic History

The following article sheds light on the position of Classical Armenian within the Indo-European language group:


A more detailed account of the history of the Armenian region may be found in the following: