Don't the Cappadocian Fathers deserve any mention?
Yes they do....
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60 A.D. Introduction of Christianity into Armenia, by Apostles St Thaddaeus and St. Bartholomew.
110 A.D. Persecution of the Christians in Armenia, by King Sanadroog.
240 A.D. Persecution of the Christians in Armenia, by King Kosrov II.
250 A.D. Letter from Bishop of Alexandria to the Bishop of Armenia Meroojan.
287 A.D. Persecution of the Christians in Armenia, by King Tiridates III
301 A.D. Martyrdom of the Forty Virgins. St. Gregory the Illuminator converted King Tiridates III and members of his court. Christianity becomes the state religion of Armenia. Ordination of St. Gregory the Illuminator.
313 A.D. Emperor Constantine I issued the Edict of Milan.
315 A.D. Conversion of the Georgians and Caspian Albanians.
325 A.D. The First Council of Nicaea
327 A.D St. Nino converted Queen Nana and members of here court. Christianity becomes the state religion of Iberia.
337 A.D The Georgian Orthodox Church adopts the Syriac Rite of St. James.
354 A.D. The Council of Ashdishad
355 A.D. The beginning of the Armenian Monastic Movement.
381 A.D. The First Council of Constantinople.
387 A.D. The Division of Armenia between Byzantine and Persia.
406 A.D. The Invention of the Armenian Alphabet.
431 A.D. The First Council of Ephesus.
435 A.D. The Bible is translated into Armenian.
451 A.D. The Battle of Vartanantz. The First Council of Chalcedon.
474 A.D - 91 A.D The Georgian Orthodox Church was granted its independence from the Orthodox Church of Antioch.
482 A.D. The Edict of Emporer Zeno.
506 A.D. The synod of the Armenian, Georgian, and Caspian-Albanian bishops assembled at the First Council of Dvin during the reign of Catholicos Babken I. The participation of the Catholicoi of Georgia and Albania were set to make clear the position of the churches concerning the Chalcedonic Council. The "Book of Epestles" mentions that 20 bishops, 14 laymen, and many nakharars participated in the council. The involvement in the council discussion of different level of lay persons seemed to be a general rule in Armenia. The Georgian Orthodox Church joined the Armenian Apostolic Church in condemning the Council of Chalcedon.
508 A.D. The rejection of the Council of Chalcedon by the Armenian Church
554 A.D. The Rejection of the Council of Chalcedon and the Three Chapters.
582 A.D. Adoption of the new calendar by the Armenian Church.
590 A.D. Establishment of an Anti-See in Western Armenian, by the Byzantine Empire.
607 A.D. Separation of the Georgian Orthodox Church from the Armenian Apostolic Church. The Council of Bardev.
609 A.D At the Third Council of Dvin the Armenian Apostolic Church and the Caspian Albanian Church both excommunicated the Georgian Orthodox Church for excepting the Council of Chalcedon.
640 A.D. Occupation of Armenia by the Arabs.
703 A.D. Massacre of the nakharars in Nakhichevan.
885 A.D. Establishment of the Begradite Kingdom.
915 A.D. Holy Cross cathedral built on Ahgthamar Island.
1045 A.D. Fall of the Begradite Kingdom.
1064 A.D. Ani, capital of Armenia, sacked and burned by Seljuqs.
1113 A.D. Archbishop David declares himself head of the Armenian Church. The Council of the Black Mountains condemns and excommunicates him and his See.
1116 A.D. Ecumenical dialogue between the Orthodox and the Armenian Church.
1200 A.D. The Establishment of the Brotherhood of St. James.
1292 A.D. The fall of the Armenian Holy See, at Hromgla.
1307 A.D. The Council of Sis.
1316 A.D. The Council of Adana.
1400 A.D. Gregory of Datev completes his systematized theology of the Armenian Church.
1444 A.D. The Catholicssal See is reestablished in St. Echmiadzin.
1461 A.D. Sultan Mouhamed II establishes the Armenian Patriarchate of Constantinople.
1512 A.D. Hagop The Sinner publishes the Armenian book.
1666 A.D. The Armenian Bible is published in Amsterdam.
1717 A.D. Mkhitar of Sebastia establishes the Mkhitarist Brotherhood in Venice.
1794-96 A.D. The First Armenian newsletter is published in Madras, India.
1805 A.D. The Bible translated into Armenian by the Mkkhitarists
1863 A.D. The Armenian Constitution is proclaimed in the Ottoman Empire.
1894-96 A.D. The Hamidian Massacares claim 300, 000 Armenians
1903 A.D. Tsarist Russia tries to capture the Armenian church in Armenia.
1909 A.D. The Massacres of Adana claim 30,000 Armenians.
1915 A.D. The Ottomans systematically massacre 1.5 million Armenans.
1912 A.D. The Soviet Armenian Republic is astablished.
1988 A.D. The Arstakh movement in Armenia. A huge earthquake devastates northeastern Armenia
1991 A.D. Armenian reestablishes her independances.
1994 A.D. Catholicos Vazgen I passes away in Yerevan.
1995 A.D. Election and Consecration of H.H. Karekin I, Catholicos of all Armenians.
1995 A.D. Election and Consecration of H.H. Aram I, Catholicos of Cilicia.
1999 A.D. H.H. Karekin I, Catholicos of all Armenians passes away in Yerevan (June 29)
1999 A.D. H.H. Karekin II, Catholicos of all Armenians was elected the 132nd Catholicos of All Armenians.
2001 A.D. Celebration of 1700 years of Christianity in Armenia.