Aucher Pascal an Armenian monk, born 1771 in Armenia, died 1854. He was, while yet very young, sent, together with his elder brother, J. B. Aucher (born 1760, died 1853), to the Armenian convent of San Lazaro at Venice, where they were educated, and subsequently joined the order of Mechitarists. Both deserved well of the theological literature of Armenia by publishing a number of important works of ancient Armenian literature (e.g. the Chronicles of Eusebius, the Discourses of Philo, etc.). Paschal Aucher also published an Armenian-English Dictionary (2 vols. Venice, 1821).