We and  Օur ..Hayrenner.., one of the types of medieval Armenian folk calligraphy

  • by Western Armenia, February 22, 2024 in Patrimony
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The usual subject  of natives are love, joy, hospitality, peace, etc.

It consists of four lines of 15 syllables, and is the same rhyme. Sometimes the lines are divided into eight lines. The usual subject  of natives are love, joy, hospitality, peace, etc.

The natives left a great mark on Armenian poetic art. Armenian medieval poets wrote in their likeness and name, the most notable of whom is Nahapet Kuchak.

However, in some manuscripts of the 15th-17th centuries, Hovhannes Yerznkatsi is mentioned as the author of most of the sojourn and thought-discipline natives.

And the love poems are found without an author's name, but in 1882, some authors and literary experts recognized Nahapet Kuchak as the author of the poems.

Hayrens are not Kuchak's songs, they are Gusan  folk songs. The natives are values ​​endowed with high artistic qualities, "Hayrens are the most wonderful treasures of Armenian lyric poetry", said Valery Brusov.