Erovaz grand priest to the gods of Armenia. He was the brother of Erovant II, who intrusted him with the direction of the supreme national cultus, and also placed in his care the fortress of Pacaran, the ecclesiastical capital of Armenia. Sempad the Pacratide, who had taken possession of that place after the death of Erovant, drowned Erovaz in the river Akhourian, A.D. 88, and took away his treasures and his five hundred slaves. See Hoefer, Naouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

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