Artavasdes I Mamikonian
Artavasdes I Mamikonian (Armenian: Արտավազդ Ա Մամիկոնյան), was a Armenian sparapet of the Kingdom of Armenia, and the oldest ancestor of the Mamikonian family. He lived at the end of the 3rd and early 4th-century. According to Christian Settipani, he married a daughter of the Iberian ruler Amazasp III, and had two sons, Vache Mamikonian, and Hamazasp, whose offspring would play an important role in the politics of Armenia.
- Settipani, Christian (2006). Continuité des élites à Byzance durant les siècles obscurs. Les princes caucasiens et l'Empire du vie au ixe siècle (in French). Paris: de Boccard. ISBN 978-2-7018-0226-8.
- (French) Les dynasties de la Caucasie chrétienne de l’Antiquité jusqu’au XIXe siècle ; Tables généalogiques et chronologiques, Rome, 1990.
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