Hovan, originally a Yiddish name means "gift of God" or "merciful". A derivative of Hovannes (John) because some of the ornaments used in this piece can be found on a khatchkar (cross stone) in Hovanavank monastery. One large engraved text high on the northern wall of one of the monastery’s auxiliary structures reads: "...By the grace of merciful God, during the reign of Queen Tamar, in the year 642 (1200 AD).

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Tuff, also known as volcanic tuff, is a type of rock made of volcanic ash ejected from a vent during a volcanic eruption.

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Tuff, also known as volcanic tuff, is a type of rock made

of volcanic ash ejected from a vent during a volcanic eruption.

The name, originally a Yiddish name means "gift of God" or "merciful". This piece is named Hovan, a derivative of Hovannes (John) because some of the ornaments used in this piece can be found on a khatchkar (cross stone) in Hovanavank monastery.

The name, originally a Yiddish name means "gift of God" or "merciful". This piece is named Hovan, a derivative of Hovannes (John) because some of the ornaments used in this piece can be found on a khatchkar (cross stone) in Hovanavank monastery.

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The name, originally a Yiddish name means "gift of God" or "merciful". This piece is named Hovan, a derivative of Hovannes (John) because some of the ornaments used in this piece can be found on a khatchkar (cross stone) in Hovanavank monastery.

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designed by BRANDIT.