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List of Atheist Armenians

This list of atheist Armenians includes ethnic Armenian atheists, including those of partial Armenian ancestry from the widespread diaspora. The native Armenian word for "atheist" is "godless" (classical Armenian: , reformed spelling?, anastvats).[1]

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Ambartsumian
Demirchyan
Kevorkian
Khachaturian
Kocharyan
Mikoyan
Nalbandian

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M

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References

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