The numerical value of Ժ is 10. It is noteworthy that Ժ denotes the beginning of a decimal line, i.e. the values of the next nine letters successively increase by ten. In the alphabetic acrostic written by Mashtots, letter Ժ stands for the word Ժամանակ ([zhamanak] – time).
The numerical value of Թ is 9. Number nine, which is the triple repetition of three, similarly represents the idea of the Holy Trinity. That is why, in the alphabetic acrostic written by Mashtots, letter Թ stands for a word that is the metaphor of the God – Թագաւոր (Таgаvоr – the king).
The numerical value of Ը is 8. In Christianity, this number implies renewal, revival, beginning of a new life.
Letter Ե symbolized the fifth day of creation of the world, when the God “created the great fish of the sea and every living creature that moves, with which the waters swarm, according to their kinds, and every winged bird according to its kind.
The numerical value of letter Դ is 4. With the Greeks, Δ (“delta”), besides four, also meant ten, since this is the first letter in the Greek word Δεκα [deka].
Letter Ա, being the symbol of the beginning, was correlated with the first day of creation of the world, the day when the God created the light and separated it from the darkness.
Parks were a major source of pride in Yerevan. But what used to be Oval Park, a green belt that runs around the small city center, is covered now with a parade of café’s.
Being one of the oldest cities, Yerevan has much to offer in terms of typical ornamental art. It stands out with its uniqueness and symbolism. Let’s have a virtual tour and wander the streets of Yerevan to discover the buildings decorated with floral, geometric or animal ornaments that have become an essential part of the city’s look.
Let us help the very talented violinist Arevik Ivanyan to continue her studies in Vienna.
Kazar Hakobyan repatriated fro Moscow to Armenia in 2014 and established here Street Workout Armenia Federation.