Jean-Michel Thierry

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Jean-Michel Thierry de Crussol (1916–2011) was a French physician and art historian. His specialities are in Byzantine and Armenian art.[1]

He was born on August 13, 1916 in Bagnères de Luchon, France. He studied and got his education in Paris. He co-wrote the book Armenian Art in 1989 and also wrote many articles concerning Armenian art, especially Armenian architecture.


  • Eglises et couvents du Karabagh[2]
  • Monuments arméniens du Vaspurakan[2]
  • Les Arts arméniens[2]
  • Le Couvent arménien d'Horomos[2]
  • La Cathédrale des Saints-Apôtres de Kars, 930-943[2]


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