At Tatev, AMAP installed 8 5-language information panels (Armenian, English, Russian, Italian and French) and 5 highway directional signs. In addition, we distributed 150 laminated guides for visitors speaking one of six alternate languages (Spanish, German, Hebrew, Japanese, Arabic and Farsi).In 844, following the decimation of Armenia’s ruling houses by Arabs, Bishop Davit called the Siunik princes together at the monastery to convince them to grant the monastery estates relics it housed; relics that were meant to protect the kingdom from the infidels.