Dertad I

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Catholicos Dertad I was the Catholicos of the Armenian Apostolic Church between 741 and 764. According to the historian Kirakos Ganjaketsi, Dertad was from Otmus village and was a 'modest, blessed man, radiant in all virtue'. He reigned in a time of relative peace with a break in the Arab invasions.

Preceded by
David I of Armenia
Catholicos of the Holy See of St. Echmiadzin and All Armenians
741–764
Succeeded by
Dertad II