A scarce richly illustrated Bible Encyclopedia in Armenian language includes chapters on history, animals, people, history of art etc. The maps at the end depict the Holy Land, Levant and Turkey.
Christian works such as this one were often commissioned by American Protestant missionaries in Istanbul, many of which were published by Agop Boyaciyan (1837 – 1914), an ethnic Armenian who was one of the leading commercial publishers in the Ottoman Empire, and who learned printing in United States in the 1860s while under the sponsorship of said missionaries.
Three years later, in 1884, Boyaciyan published a Bulgarian version of this book, sponsored by the Amarican Bible House (see: BULGARIAN PRINTING IN ISTANBUL / AMERICAN BIBLE HOUSE: Рѣчникъ на свято-то писанiе [Biblie Encyclopedia] – Daša Pahor)
References: OCLC 36215143.