Transliteration, Dates, and Place Names.
Plate 1. Folio (Chapter 20) of the Original Manuscript of Jambr.
Plate 2. Title Page of the First Edition of Jambr (1873)
Plate 3. Watermarks of the Paper Produced at Ejmiatsin
Chapter 1: In Which the Condition of the Holy See of Ejmiatsin
From Its Foundation to its Decline and Restoration Is Detailed. After Which a Brief Account of the [Relic] of the Right Hand of [St. Gregory] Our Illuminator [Is Given]
Chapter 2: In Which Are Listed the Apostles, Teachers and Katoghikoi of Our Nation Who Came After Christ, Our Lord and Their Principle Acts.
Chapter 3: A List of the Restorers and Benefactors of the Holy See of Ejmiatsin; a List of the Katoghikoi Who Occupied the Throne at the Holy See From Kirakos to Movs?s of Siwnik
Chapter 4: The Succession of the Katoghikoi of the Holy See From Movses to Our Time and a Brief Account of Their Benevolent Deeds.
Chapter 5: In Which Are Listed the Provinces of the Nuiraks of the Holy See, From Whence the Holy See Receives Dues Triennially Through the Nuiraks: Expenses for the Nuiraks, Wills, Bequests, as Well as Memorials.
Chapter 6: In Which Are Listed the Districts That Are Both Nuirak and Diocesan, From Which, in Addition to Triennial Nuirak Dues, the Holy See Also Receives Diocesan Income Through those Nuiraks Who Have Been Appointed as the Prelates.
Chapter 7: In Which Are Listed the Provinces From Whence the Holy See, in Addition to Receiving Triennial Nuirak Dues, Also Receives Livestock, Oil, Cheese, and Other Foodstuffs Once [a Year], as Well as Other Gifts.
Chapter 8: In Which Relation of the [Various] Rulers With the Holy See and Its Kat?oghikoi, as Well as With the Other Kat?oghikoi, Patriarchs, and Prelates and Their Circumstances Are Described.
Chapter 9: In Which Are Explained the Rituals Performed Following the Death of a Kat`oghikos; as Well as the Election of a Successor and His Consecration; on the Correspondence Sent by the Kat`oghikos After His Consecration; Where He
Places His Seal [in Letters and Documents] and Where Others Who Write to Him Place Their Seals; What Respect the Kat`oghikos Accords and to Whom; and Other Related Matters.
Chapter 10: In Which the History of the Katoghikosate of Aghuank` [Caucasian Albania] Is Set Forth; How It Sometimes Rebelled Against the Kat?oghikoi of Ejmiatsin, What Arguments and Squabbles It Caused, Why and When, and Other Similar Matters. The Georgians and Information About Them Are Discussed Here as Well.
Chapter 11: On the Kat`oghikosate of Aght?amar and Its Circumstances.
Chapter 12: On Cilicia and the Kat`oghikosate of Sis and Their Circumstances.
Chapter 13: In Which the Villages That Paid Rent [Mulk] to the Holy See Are Listed Separately; Together with [ a List of] the Vineyards and Arable Fields From Which the Holy See Receives Rent, That is, One-Tenth of the Produce; indicating Their Names, When, How, and by Whom They Were Acquired.
Chapter 14: On Mu`af, That Is, the Exemption Status of the Holy See [From Taxes] and How It Came About.
Chapter 15: In Which the Arable Fields and Pasture Lands for the Flocks of the Holy See Are Listed Separately and By Name; Describing When and How They Were Acquired and Their Location.
Chapter 16: In Which the Names of the Vineyards, Orchards, Areas Suitable for Growing Grapes, and the Like, Which Belong to the Holy See Are Enumerated; Their Location and How They Were Acquired.
Chapter 17: In Which the Location of the Holy See’s Mills, Threshing-Mills and Oil-Presses Are Listed; How and When They Were Acquired.
Chapter 18: In Which the Waters, Canals, and Reservoirs Belonging to the Holy See Are Listed, Their Numbers, Location, When and by Whom They Were Acquired, and So Forth.
Chapter 19: In Which Are Listed the Houses, Shops, Bondservants,and Similar Properties of the Holy See, Their Location and How They Were Acquired.
Chapter 20: In Which Are Listed the Raqams of the Persian Kings [Shahs]and All the Usurpers Who Acted as Shahs, and Other Important Documents Issued by Similar Individuals That Are Kept at the Holy See; How, When, and Why They Were Granted.
Chapter 21: In Which Are Listed the Important and Useful Documents of the Persian Khans; the Hujjats [Attestations] and Shart-Namas [Resolutions] of the Divangirs, Shaikhu’l-Islams and Other Such Officials; as Well as How and Why, and Under
What Circumstances They Were Issued.
Chapter 22: In Which Are Listed the Farmans of the Ottoman Kings [Sultans]and Other Important Documents Presented to the Holy See.
Chapter 23: In Which Are Listed the Important Decrees of the Ottoman Pashas, Shaikhu’l-Islams, and Other Officials Presented to the Holy See.
Chapter 24: In Which Are Briefly Listed the Number of Qabalas [Deeds of Purchase] and Waqf-Namas[Certificates of Donation] Written in Armenian and Persian Located at the Holy See.
Chapter 25: In Which Are Revealed the Conditions of the Monasteries in the Erevan Province and Their Diocesan, and Where Their Mulks and Other Acquired Properties Are Separately Named.
Map 1. The Sites of the Armenian Holy See (301-present).
Map 2. Plan of the Holy See Ejmiatsin, ca. 1780 (after Brosset).
Map 3. Religious Centers Mentioned in the Text.
Glossary of Terms.