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Robert W. Thomson – Rewriting Caucasian History

This is the first modern, annotated translation of the Christian chronicles of Georgia, adapted by the Armenians in the thirteenth century 다운로드. An important source for writers on Armenia after 1200, the chronicles deal with the history of Georgia from its mythical origins to the time of their composition–and are of particular interest to the historian for the way that they were then altered in a pro-Armenian manner 다운로드.

Thomson, R. W. (1996). Rewriting Caucasian History: The Medieval Armenian Adaptation of the Georgian Chronicles; the Original Georgian Texts and the Armenian Adaptation 다운로드. Oxford, Clarendon Press.


David Marshall Lang – Landmarks in Georgian Literature

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An inaugural lecture delivered on 2 November 1965 by David Marshall Lang in School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London 다운로드.

Lang, D. M. (1966). Landmarks in Georgian Literature. Inaugural Lecture, London: School of Oriental and African Studies.

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Cyril Toumanoff – Medieval Georgian Historical Literature (VIIth–XVth Centuries)

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According to Cyril Toumanoff, Georgia has the only important history and culture that are almost unknown to the West. Regarding the Georgian historical sources there exist also misunderstanding and misinformation minitab 14. The aim of this study is to do a presentation of a systematic account, based on the latest research, of the monuments of Georgian literature that should be of interest of Western scholars Java json download.

Toumanoff, C. (1943). Medieval Georgian Historical Literature (VIIth–XVth Centuries). Traditio, 139-182.

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Michael Tsereteli – The Asianic (Asia Minor) Elements in National Georgian Paganism

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In this 1935 article, Michael Tsereteli examines the information preserved by the old Georgian authors concerning Georgian paganism which was misunderstood by the earlier scholars, and shows that this information points to quite different elements in Georgian pagan religion than it was formerly thought 그레이브 인카운터2.

Tseretheli, M. (1935). The Asianic (Asia Minor) Elements in National Georgian Paganism. Georgica: A Journal of Georgian and Caucasian Studies, I, 1, 28-66 바이두 apk.

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W. E. D. Allen – New Political Boundaries in the Caucasus


In the May 1927 edition of The Geographical Journal, W. E. D. Allen documents the dissolution of the Tsarist Russian ‘Vice-Royalty of the Caucasus’ in favour of the new, ‘people’s republics’ that, after a very brief period of independence, were brought under Soviet control 다운로드.

Allen, W. E. D. (1927). New Political Boundaries in the Caucasus. Geographical Journal, 430-441.



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