Sanesan was the king of Maskut in the early 4th century. He converted to Christianity, but then rejected it and slew Grigoris, the bishop who had introduced him to the faith. According to Faustus Byuzand, when Grigoris arrived in the Caucasian Albanian principality of Maskut (located along the northeastern Azerbaijani and south Dagestani shore of ...
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