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

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. 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.

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

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