Amanor was the chief and creator god in pre-Christian Armenian mythology. He was regarded as a generous god of fertility, rain, and abundance, as well as the father of the other gods. Amanor was both a common noun referring the new year and a title for the deity whose celebration was held on the new year.
“Her hair was not the orange or strawberry color of common red-haired men, but a deep burnished
copper that shone in the light of the torches. Even her eyes were red …
but her skin was smooth and white, unblemished, pale as cream. Slender
she was, graceful, taller than most knights, with full breasts and
narrow waist and a heart-shaped face. Men’s eyes that once found her did
not quickly look away, not even a maester’s eyes. Many called her
beautiful. She was not beautiful. She was red, and terrible, and red.”