Sculptor: K. Nurijanyan
Material: Wrought copper
Tork Angegh was an ancient Armenian masculine deity of strength, courage, of manufacturing and the arts. A creature of unnatural strength and power, Tork was considered one of Hayk's great-grandsons and reportedly represented as an unattractive male figure. He is mentioned by Armenian 5th Century historian Movses Khorenatsi and considered one of the significant deities of the Armenian pantheon prior to the time when it came under influence by Iranian and Hellenic religion and mythology.