By N. Garsoïan
Armenian mediaeval historians, who've centred totally on political excessive issues, have tended to brush aside the greater than 4 centuries dividing the 2 royal epochs of the Arsacids (ending, A.D. 428) and the Bagratids (inaugurated with the coronation of Ashot I, A.D. 884), as a 'Dark Age'. The goal of the current research, to the contrary, is to aim the exam of a section of the 'Interregnum' (600-750) as a interval of non secular synthesis and social renewal, in addition to of highbrow and especially creative effervescence. In such an interpretation, the 'Interregnum', regardless of the adverse nature of its external and inside political surroundings, turns into the hypothetical locus within which, the identification of Armenia turns out to were solid, as that of a kingdom present open air the framework of a political country. for that reason, the aim of the current research is to eschew a political procedure, which has proved at most sensible episodic and fragmentary, to be able to search, in a interval without a centralized country, a distinct cause of the continual survival of 'Armenia', despite the various vicissitudes of its tumultuous heritage.