Armenian Mythology

Al

Al Origin: Armenia The Al is a type of generally malevolent, anti-fertility spirit held responsible for miscarriage and deaths of ...
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Anahita

Anahita Without Blemish; The High Powerful Immaculate One; The Strong Undefiled Waters; Bearer of Roses Also known as: Anahit (Armenian); ...
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Ara

Ara is in Armenian mythology, a handsome hero who died in battle and was restored to life. An evil queen, ...
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Aram

Aram is in Armenian folklore, a hero who conquered Barshamina, the giant. Barshamina ruled a great land, which Aram conquered; ...
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Aramazd

Aramazd is in Armenian mythology, a supreme god, derived in part from the Persian good god, Ahura Mazda. Aramazd was ...
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Astghik

Astghik The Little Star; Bearer of Roses Also known as: Astgheek Origin: Armenia Astghik is the spirit of water, beauty, ...
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Habërmani

Habërmani : An Armenian sorcerer prince disguises himself as a snake and hides in a pile of firewood that an ...
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Hayk

Hayk In Armenian folklore, hero who freed his people from the tyranny of King Bel of Babylonia. Hayk was a ...
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Hotots

Hotots are in Armenian folklore, evil spirits who live in the rivers and swamps. When they appear, they are covered ...
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Kush pari

Kush pari A legendary Armenian winged spirit in the form of a bird. The name comes from the Turkish word ...
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Mihr

Mihr is in Armenian mythology, the fire god, derived in part from the Persian god Mithras. His worship was added ...
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Zatik

Zatik In Armenian mythology, a vegetation god. The Armenian translation of the Bible calls the Jewish passover “the festival of ...
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