Arsen Ninotsmindeli (Georgian: არსენ ნინოწმინდელი) (died 1082) was a Georgian bishop, scholar, monk, translator and famous calligrapher of the 11th century. He is a saint of the Georgian Orthodox Church.
Arsen became a monk in Jerusalem. He was active at the Otkhta monastery of Tao-Klarjeti. After learning about him John the Iberian and Euthymius of Athos invited Arsen on Mount Athos in the Georgian Iviron monastery.
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