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Eagle of Taron

Eagle of Taron

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Tseghakronism is an Armenian nationalist ideology that emerged in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It emphasizes the importance of Armenian national identity, language, and culture, and advocates for the establishment of an independent Armenian state. The eagle holding a sword and a snake that is cut in half is a symbol that represents the ideals of Tseghakronism. 

The use of this symbol on the banknote and postal stamps of the First Republic of Armenia (1918-1920) was significant because it represented the country's struggle for independence and sovereignty. The eagle, sword, and snake represented the courage and determination of the Armenian people in the face of oppression and foreign domination.

The metal casting of the eagle with an antique brass finish is a beautiful representation of this powerful symbol. It is a tangible reminder of the ideals of Tseghakronism and the struggle for Armenian independence. The eagle's image is still used today as a symbol of Armenian nationalism and can be seen on various flags, emblems, and logos.


Size: 35 x 34.5 x 4 mm

Finish: Antique Brass

Clutch: Rubber

Weight: 9.9g

Artwork: Armen Baghdassarian


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