8°.  titles and introduction, 130 pp., , mid-20th century pink boards with handwritten title in Armenian in ballpoint pen, grey specked spine (first page with traces of old paper label, first two pages with minor water-staining in margins, sporadic old annotations in Armenian, mostly in pencil, in margins, footnotes and on the last page, otherwise in a good condition).
[Ghazar Parpetsi and his Work. Literary and Historical Analysis]
The text in Armenian language, published in Moscow, is a controversial research of the work of the Armenian 5th and 6th century author Ghazar Parpetsi (Lazar Parpetsi) and other primary sources by a professor Grigor Khalatian, establishing that Ghazar Parpetsi was not the primary author of his text, but he instead copied older texts.
The author Grigor Khalatian (1858-1912) was a professor, educator and public figure, who was schooled in medicine and later linguistics in Moscow and in Germany. He was an author of numberless works and articles and was known as a promotor of the Armenian culture.
Khalatian became known for his researches of older Armenian texts, often accusing the authors of plagiarism.
We could find one example in the database of the Armenian libraries and no examples in Worldcat (Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris holds an electronic copy).