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- Not to be confused with St. Sahak.
Sahak I (Armenian: Սահակ Ա. Մանազկերտցի) was a catholicos of the Armenian Apostolic Church. He succeeded Saint Nerses I the Great and reigned from 373 to 377 AD and first of three catholicoi from the Albaniosid Dynasty
Saint Nerses I the Great
|Catholicos of the Holy See of St. Echmiadzin and All Armenians
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