After the decline of the Arshagouni kingdom (428 AD), the Mamigonian clan invariably headed the national liberation wars—in 450-51 AD, 481-484, 571-572, 747-753, 772-775—against Byzantium, the Persians, and the Arabs. The Mamigonians ran a first-class war school where experienced military men passed, from generation to generation, the valuable experiences they had gained on the battle field.

After the decline of the Arshagouni kingdom (428 AD), the Mamigonian clan invariably headed the national liberation wars—in 450-51 AD, 481-484, 571-572, 747-753, 772-775—against Byzantium, the Persians, and the Arabs. The Mamigonians ran a first-class war school where experienced military men passed, from generation to generation, the valuable experiences they had gained on the battle field.

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