Exhibition presenting the manuscript heritage of Artsakh will open in the Matenadaran – the Mesrop Mashtots Institute of Ancient Manuscripts, next week.
As reported by Armenpress, director of the Matenadaran-Gandzasar scientific-cultural center Aram Torosyan the manuscripts which were written and kept in Artsakh, the books published in Shushi, archival documents, catholicos writings, etc. will be displayed during the exhibition. There will be a total of 80 exhibits. Torosyan stated that over 100 manuscripts have been displayed in the Artsakh branch of Matenadaran since 2015.
Manuscripts written in other states of historical Armenia were also presented. Artsakh was known not only as a place of manuscript creation, but also as a place of preservation of manuscripts.