Nothing Has Changed in Armenian Symbolism For 12,000 Years

Nothing Has Changed in Armenian Symbolism

An interesting study was carried out by Sukias Torosyan and Zaven Ohanyan. They compared the drawings on a khachkar (cross-stone) from Yerznka with ones found on an ancient stele from Portasar (which is over 12,000 years old).

On closer inspection, it’s clear that for 12,000 years, almost nothing has changed in the symbolism of the drawings.

It should also be noted that similar coincidences can be found in more ancient sources, such as the petroglyphs of the Armenian Highlands.

The study was conducted by Sukias Torosyan and Zaven Ohanyan.




Related Publications



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.