Qualifying orders include sales of select in-stock CPH merchandise/product only and exclude special-order items (drop-ship or print-on-demand), gift cards or gift certificates, prepublications, technology subscriptions, technology support, other subscription or perpetual purchases, and Lutherans For Life (LFL), Lutheran Women’s Missionary League (LWML), Bethesda, and Synod products. This offer is valid for new orders placed through or phone only. The Armenian gods were still centered on the worship of the sun, but by the Urartian period, they resembled Mesopotamian and Egyptian deities based on animal-human combinations.Human deities emerged during the Armenian Hellenistic period.AR-AR being a plural form or all encompassing god; AT being an archaic version of the Armenian word hat, which means a piece of.Thus Ararat meant a piece of gods, or a piece of creation.
By the 5th millennium BC, Ancestral Armenians combined sun worship with sophisticated astronomy.As the source of life, the sun became equated with power and the supreme god. 6000 BC in the Sumerian epoch poem Gilgamesh, as the land of the mountains where the gods live.The word Ararat can be divided into three words: AR-AR-AT.He is associated with Isis, Vishnu and Dionysus, as the symbol of new life.