Hovhannes Hovhannisyan at World Alphabets Conference in Seoul, South Korea, October 5-8, 2009

Publish Date: Apr 24, 2010

The Global Theological Seminary and The World Alphabet Association convened a conference on World Alphabets in Seoul, South Korea, October 5-8, 2009. The conference had the goal to study the sound systems of the oldest Alphabets in the World and seventeen representatives from seventeen countries gathered in Seoul to present their Alphabets.

Armenian Alphabet was also included in the list of the Alphabets to be presented at the World Congress on Alphabets and it was presented by ARMACAD member, associated professor of theology at Yerevan State University Dr. Hovhannes Hovhannisyan.

He showed the different, even mystic sides of Armenian Alphabet and mentioned that the creation of Armenian Alphabet by Mesrop Mashtots aimed to reconcile the main worship systems of the time – Paganism and Christianity.

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