Armenian translation of
Pseudo-Callisthenes’ History of Alexander the Great
c.1300-1325AD by the scribe Nerses.
Alexander mounted on Bucephalus advance against the Bebrycians, Alexander Romance, ca. 1300–1325, Venice, San Lazzaro, Mekhitarist Library, V424, fol. 101v (photo: Mekhitarist Congregation)
Source: Did Byzantine Iconography Influence the Large Cycle of the Life of Alexander the Great in Armenian Manuscripts? by Dickran Kouymjian
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