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Hence is derived the Armenian appellation of the monastery—Echmiadzin—the descent of the Only-begotten: the date of its foundation is referred to the end of the third century. The Tatars call the place Uch-Kilissa, which means the three churches, and is a name given by them to many Christian monasteries; for instance, to one in Bayazed, which has as little claim to this denomination from its having three churches as that in Echmiadzin, though the contrary is often asserted, for neither of them has, properly speaking, more than one church.
Freshfield, 214] There seems, therefore, to be no ground for questioning the veracity of Parrot, who, as a traveler as well as a philosopher, fully merited the eulogy pronounced on him by M. ” Chapter 1: …By the peace of Trukmanshai2 the domain of Christendom was extended beyond the Araxes, and Mount Ararat became the extreme boundary of the Russian Empire on the side of Turkey and Persia. The Kurds, however, still 1 2 Asie Centrale, tom. , p. 306. , 1828. D. – First Western Climber of Mount Ararat 99 continued their depredations on the north and south till the breaking out of the war between Russia and the Porte [Ottoman Empire].
The young monk, already introduced to the reader, stood behind the patriarch’s chair as interpreter. The holy prelate’s name was Yeprem (Ephraim), and his title Katholikos, which is translated Patriarch only by Europeans; for it is a title implying no particular eminence, but given to the archbishops of some large and distant sees, as those of Jerusalem and Constantinople. He was ninety-three years old, a man of much experience, acquired by travel, which he extended even into India, and gained a high veneration for his virtues, among which, his integrity, disinterestedness, and Christian mildness were pre-eminent.