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Manuk Abeghyan

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Manuk Khachaturi Abeghyan (Մանուկ Խաչատուրի Աբեղյան, mɑˈnuk ɑbɛʁˈjɑn, alternatively Manouk Abeghian or Manuk Abeghian, 1865 – 26 September 1944) was an Armenian philologist, literary scholar, folklorist, lexicographer and linguist. He authored numerous scholarly works, including a comprehensive two-volume history of old Armenian literature titled Hayots’ hin grakanut’yan patmut’yun (1944–1946), and a volume on Armenian folklore, the German version of which is titled Der armenische Volksglaube. He worked extensively on the compilation and study of the Armenian national epic Daredevils of Sassoun. He is also remembered as the main designer of the reformed Armenian orthography used in Armenia to this day. He was a founding member of the Armenian National Academy of Sciences. The Institute of Literature of the National Academy of Sciences of Armenia is named in his honor. Early life Manuk Abeghyan was born on 1865 in the village of Tazakand (modern-day Babak, Azerbaijan) in
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