She is a writer. She was born in Rome, her ancestors were Armenians from Iran. Vittoria wrote in Italian, but she always had a good relationship with Mekhitarist fathers. They translated a lot of her writings into Armenian and made her famous for the Armenian
Margarit was a copier and painter. The virgin Eghisabet Sargsian was her teacher in Shushi. Once during her visit to Tatev monastery she wished to see a Gospel, but she was refused, because due to church rules women had no right to touch the sacredness.
Mariam Khatisyan (1845-1914) was born in Tbilisi, she studied at the Tbilisi Women’s Institute. Mariam organized a special literary salon at her home, where the Armenian intellectuals of Tbilisi were gathering. She studied Armenian in that environment and engaged in cultural activities. Mariam Khatisyan was
Diana Abgar with her husband “Peace can prevail only through fairness” – Diana Abgar Diana Abgar was born in Burma. She received English education and settled in Japan. In 1892, she published her first book (“Susan in Kobe”) and later the book “Home stories of
Srbuhi was one of the progressive Armenian women of her time, one of the pioneers of the introduction of feministic ideas and movement in Armenian (namely in Western Armenian reality), as well as a poet and a novelist. She was born in Constantinople in 1841