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Artashes I
The founder of Artashesian dynasty, he succeeded in unifying the Armenian lands and people into one Armenian-speaking state
Ashot II (Yerkat) Bagratuni
He reestablished Armenian independence after 200 years of Arab rule and founded the Armenian Kingdom
Israel Ori
Leader of national liberation (17-18 centuries), brought Armenia’s independence to the attention of international powers
King Ttdat
The first Armenian king who saw the light and accepted Christianity, helped build Holy Etchmiadzin
Hetum I
King of the Cilician Armenian Kingdom, balancing the Crusaders with a policy of alliance and friendship with the Mongol leaders
St. Mesrob Mashdots
First a soldier, then a priest and scribe in the royal court, the founder of Armenian Alphabet, with Catholicos St. Sahag
David Bek
Leader of national liberation, led the Armenians of Artsakh and Zangezur in civilian self-defense against Persian and Ottoman oppression
Khrimian Hayrig
Catholicos, Patriarch of Constantinople, the author of “iron ladle” sermon, on Armenians’ right to self-defense
Tigran the Great
Ruler of the largest Armenian state. Remembered as a tolerant king
Ruben I
The founder of Armenian Cilician state
St. Vartan Mamikonian
St. Sahag’s grandson, he stood up for the Christian faith of his fathers. Tensions came to a tragic end at a battle on the field of Avarayr