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Voskan Yerevantsi (b. 1614 - d. 1674; Armenian: Ոսկան Երեւանցի), was one of the first Armenian book publishers during the years 1640-1666. He published the Bible in Amsterdam on October 13, 1668, which is believed to be one of the best samples of old Armenian printing.
Voskan Yerevantsi was born in 1614 in New Julfa (Nor Jugha), the son of parents who had been deported from Yerevan in 1604-1605 during the relocation ordered by Shah Abbas I of Persia.
- Hacikyan; et al. (2005). The Heritage of Armenian Literature: From the eighteenth century to modern times. Wayne State University Press. p. 46. ISBN 978-0814332214.
(...) but at long last the Armenian Bible saw the light on October 13, 1668.
- Armenology Research National Center: THE ARMENIAN BOOK 1512-1920
- Garegin Levonyan, The Armenian Book And The Printing Art, Yerevan, 1946.
- Knarik Korkotyan, The Armenian Printed Book In Constantinople, Yerevan, 1964
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