Encyclopaedia mundi is a project that was born with the objective of facsimile reproduction of the most important documents that trace the historical uniqueness of Armenia as well as specific works kept in the Yerevan Matenadaran or other archives.
These capital documents from medieval times are crucial to understanding the historical uniqueness of Armenia and trace the political and social profile that has led us to the present day. They guarantee the permanence and transmission of the historical and cultural heritage of Armenia, governments and institutions, as well as other actors of the past and present history of our environment. The original documents are retrieved from several different archives and reproduced using innovative technologies in conjunction with artisanal processes dating back to the Middle Ages, thus generating a precision of output virtually indistinguishable from the original documents. Each facsimile edition is accompanied by a study book in which all the documents are explained one by one and a historical account is made based on these fundamental documents.
Encyclopaedia Mundi is an initiative promoted by Alex Nahabetian and Miquel Huguet.