Khachkar (Armenian cross-stone) carved by the artist Poghos in 1291, at Goshavank Monastery, Armenia
Amenaprkich Khachkar (1273) stands out from the numerous khachkars of Haghpat. It carries a great number of realistically depicted human figures on it fitted into the unique composition of the decor. The name itself (Amenaprkich meaning “All Saviour”) talks for itself.
at Gadnevank Monastery
Triptych: Folding Reliquary Icon Kilikian Armenia 1293 Wood, silver, gilt 63.5 x 69.5 cm (unfolded) This folding reliquary icon from one of the Kililian monasteries is a marvellous work by a medieval Armenian craftsman (the Kilikian Armenian Kingdom existed from the 12th century to the 14th, on the north-eastern shores of the Mediterranean)
Sanahin Monastery, Armenia. (Guessing the cross / khachkar is made of stone, but it almost looks like metal here.)
Armenia - Prowincja Gegharkunik - Klasztor Sewanawank - w okresie najazdów mongolskich by uratować Klasztor, na chaczkar dorobiono mongolskie akcenty(warkoczyki) i dzięki temu najeźcy go nie zniszczyli.