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Gregory of Tatev, or Grigor Tatevatsi (Armenian: Գրիգոր Տաթևացի) (1346–1409 or 1410) was an Armenian philosopher, theologian and a saint in the Armenian Apostolic Church. He was born in Tmkaberd (today in Georgia). A monument to Tatevatsi was unveiled on October 16, 2010 in Goris, Armenia.

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  • Grégoire de Tatev, Grigor Tatevatsi ou Grigor Tateviants (en arménien Գրիգոր Տաթեվատսի ; 1346-1409) est un religieux, philosophe nominaliste, enseignant, poète, peintre et copiste arménien du XIVe siècle. Défenseur de l'indépendance de l'Église apostolique arménienne, ce supérieur du monastère de Tatev est l'auteur de nombreux écrits théologiques et philosophiques. Il est également connu comme enlumineur de deux manuscrits conservés au Matenadaran d'Erevan.
  • Григо́р Татеваци́ (арм. Գրիգոր Տաթեւացի; около 1346, крепость Тмогви — 25 или 27 декабря 1409, Татевский монастырь) — армянский философ, богослов и педагог, ректор Татевского университета. Наряду со своим учителем Ованесом Воротнеци является главным представителем татевской школы армянской философии.
  • Gregory of Tatev, or Grigor Tatevatsi (Armenian: Գրիգոր Տաթևացի) (1346–1409 or 1410) was an Armenian philosopher, theologian and a saint in the Armenian Apostolic Church. He was born in Tmkaberd (today in Georgia). A monument to Tatevatsi was unveiled on October 16, 2010 in Goris, Armenia.
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  • Grégoire de Tatev, Grigor Tatevatsi ou Grigor Tateviants (en arménien Գրիգոր Տաթեվատսի ; 1346-1409) est un religieux, philosophe nominaliste, enseignant, poète, peintre et copiste arménien du XIVe siècle. Défenseur de l'indépendance de l'Église apostolique arménienne, ce supérieur du monastère de Tatev est l'auteur de nombreux écrits théologiques et philosophiques. Il est également connu comme enlumineur de deux manuscrits conservés au Matenadaran d'Erevan.
  • Григо́р Татеваци́ (арм. Գրիգոր Տաթեւացի; около 1346, крепость Тмогви — 25 или 27 декабря 1409, Татевский монастырь) — армянский философ, богослов и педагог, ректор Татевского университета. Наряду со своим учителем Ованесом Воротнеци является главным представителем татевской школы армянской философии.
  • Gregory of Tatev, or Grigor Tatevatsi (Armenian: Գրիգոր Տաթևացի) (1346–1409 or 1410) was an Armenian philosopher, theologian and a saint in the Armenian Apostolic Church. He was born in Tmkaberd (today in Georgia). A monument to Tatevatsi was unveiled on October 16, 2010 in Goris, Armenia.
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