The Zohrab Center is home to an extensive collection of the academic journal “Pazmaveb,” with issues dating back to 1904. “Pazmaveb,” published by the Mekhitarist Order in Venice, Italy, is the longest-running Armenian periodical and one of the oldest publications in Europe. Founded in 1843, its first editors were Gabriel Aivazovsky (1843-1848), and Ghevond Alishan (1849-1851) both of whom belonged to the Mekhitarist Order. Published primarily in Armenian, “Pazmaveb” contains scholarly articles ranging from Armenian history to politics to literature.
The Zohrab Center’s library collection contains over 20,000 books and resources ranging from Armenian literature, history and religion to Armenian newspapers, journals and periodicals. Each week, one of the center’s holdings will be highlighted to familiarize the general public about the contents of the Zohrab Center.
2 thoughts on “Zohrab Center’s Book of the Week – Pazmaveb (bazmavep)Collection”
Not a cimment – just to ask: whwrw can I read “Pazmaveb” armenian magazine archive or/and collection online? Is there some “place” or I must pay to take a copy from e-bibloteque?
We are doing an academic study on the lost herbarium of nerses dıratzouyan. but we could not reach his two works. Can you help me with this?
1- Contributo alla flora dell’ Armenia, Venezia 1912.
2- Flora Armeniaca et Herbarium Armenia cum. Not a preliminare . — Bazmavep, Rivista Armena (1909), p. 49
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