So called Armenian architecture is very interesting.
While researching Romanian history I stumble upon the word "Aromanian". What I could pull up about them said that Aromanian's weren't exactly a group and didn't tend to separate themselves from the whole but were considered the "best" of which ever people they happened to be amongst.
"the Aromanians as the "best Albanians", "best Greeks" and "best Bulgarians", leading to researchers calling them the "chameleons of the Balkans"."
I only add this bit to facilitate discussion I don't have a clear relation between Aromanian's and Armenian architecture but it's all the same region and this stuff is wild, not only from a historical perspective but from a holo-fractal one as-well.