The Bible was first translated into Armenian in the year
411 A.D. Two translations of the Armenian bible are in common use today. Within
Armenia, the Eastern Armenian version is the primary translation used.
Armenians in various countries around the world use both the Western
Armenian and the Eatern Armenian versions.
There are currently two commonly
used version of the bible in Armenian. One in Western Armenian, mainly used by Armenians in the
diaspora and a version in Eastern Armenian, almost only used within Armenia