, the greatest philosopher that ever Armenia produced, flourished about the middle of the fifth century, and acquired at Athens the knowledge of the language and the philosophy of the Greeks. He translated such of their books as he thought the most useful. Far from superstitiously following Plato and Aristotle, like our European doctors, he selected from both the one and the other what seemed just and judicious to him, at the same time detecting and refuting their errors. His writings were preserved in the French king’s library, and probably are now in the imperial. They are methodical and solid. His style is flowing, accurate, and clear. 2