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Les Arméniens dans le commerce asiatique au début de l'ère moderne

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Sushil Chaudhury
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Kéram Kévonian

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Fig. 1-a. House of Khoja Nazar. Wall painting. European influence

Fig. 1-b. Ibid.: Detail

Fig. 1-c. Ibid.: Persian Safavid influence

Fig. 4. Amenaprkich (All Saviour) cathedral (1655-1664). Wall paintings (17th century) and “seven-colours” tiles (c. 1710). Persian Safavid influence

Fig. 5. Surb Sargis (Saint Sergius) church (1659). Files, Indian style. The paradise

Fig. 3-a. Surb Hovhannes Mkrtich (Saint John the Baptist) church (1621). Altar curtain manufactured in Kharbin, China

Fig. 3-b. Ibid.: Detail

Fig. 2. Surb Betghehem (Saint Bethlehem ) church (1628). Wall paintings. Armenian painters

Fig. 9. Two-headed peacock. Gravestone of Tamas, son of Mirzakhan. Madras, 1778. Madras, Armenian Church

Fig. 10. Gravestone of Perinaz, daughter of Sultan David. Madras, 1759. Madras, Armenian Church (By courtesy of Michael Stephen)

Fig. 11-a-b. Gravestone of Anna Khatun, wife of Sultan David, Madras, 1764. Madras, Armenian Church (By courtesy of Michael Stephen)

Fig. 12. Gravestone of Eghiazar, son of Shahamir Shahamiriants, Madras, 1787. Madras, Armenian Church (By courtesy of Michael Stephen)

Fig. 13-a. Gravestone of Sha(ha)mir Sultanmian (Shahamir Shahamiriants), son of Sultan David ; Madras, 1797, Madras, Armenian Church (By courtesy of Michael Stephen)

Fig.13-b. Ibid., detail

Fig. 14. Gravestone of Hovhannes, son of Shahamir Shahamiriants, Madras, 1834. Madras, Armenian Church (By courtesy of Michael Stephen)

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Légende Fig. 1-a. House of Khoja Nazar. Wall painting. European influence
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Légende Fig. 1-b. Ibid.: Detail
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Légende Fig. 1-c. Ibid.: Persian Safavid influence
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Légende Fig. 4. Amenaprkich (All Saviour) cathedral (1655-1664). Wall paintings (17th century) and “seven-colours” tiles (c. 1710). Persian Safavid influence
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Légende Fig. 5. Surb Sargis (Saint Sergius) church (1659). Files, Indian style. The paradise
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Légende Fig. 3-a. Surb Hovhannes Mkrtich (Saint John the Baptist) church (1621). Altar curtain manufactured in Kharbin, China
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Légende Fig. 3-b. Ibid.: Detail
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Légende Fig. 2. Surb Betghehem (Saint Bethlehem ) church (1628). Wall paintings. Armenian painters
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Légende Fig. 9. Two-headed peacock. Gravestone of Tamas, son of Mirzakhan. Madras, 1778. Madras, Armenian Church
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Légende Fig. 10. Gravestone of Perinaz, daughter of Sultan David. Madras, 1759. Madras, Armenian Church (By courtesy of Michael Stephen)
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Légende Fig. 11-a-b. Gravestone of Anna Khatun, wife of Sultan David, Madras, 1764. Madras, Armenian Church (By courtesy of Michael Stephen)
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Légende Fig. 12. Gravestone of Eghiazar, son of Shahamir Shahamiriants, Madras, 1787. Madras, Armenian Church (By courtesy of Michael Stephen)
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Légende Fig. 13-a. Gravestone of Sha(ha)mir Sultanmian (Shahamir Shahamiriants), son of Sultan David ; Madras, 1797, Madras, Armenian Church (By courtesy of Michael Stephen)
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Légende Fig.13-b. Ibid., detail
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Légende Fig. 14. Gravestone of Hovhannes, son of Shahamir Shahamiriants, Madras, 1834. Madras, Armenian Church (By courtesy of Michael Stephen)
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