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Iona Meunargia

(1852-1919), a Georgian writer, critic and publicist. He was a student of Tbilisi Spiritual Seminary but was expelled as a politically unreliable young man. He continued his studies in Paris and on his return to his home country he was involved in the activities of the Georgian Society fighting illiteracy, as well as in those related to the... Read more >

Roin Metreveli

Roin Metreveli is a historian, academic, public figure, Ph. D. in History (1974), professor (1976), Academician of the Georgian Academy of Sciences (1993). His name is connected to the publication of the Soviet Georgian Encyclopedia. He is the author of more than 300 articles and books and he was the editor of nearly one hundred books on... Read more >

NEW BOOKS

The Lord of the Panther-Skin

Shota Rustaveli

Prose version of the poem was Translated by Robert Stevenson. Illustated by Mihály... Read more >

What is the Language of Enimals?

Artanuji for Kids

Texts by Jilda Arjevanidze Illustrated by Nestan... Read more >

Life in Soviet Georgia

70 Stories

Until only recently, Georgia was part of a country whose falsity began with its very name. The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, as it was called in full. Four assertions, and all four of them... Read more >

Catalogue Tbilisiensis

Nodar Sumbadze

The Turkish word “ajapsandal”, which probably derives from a phrase meaning “How beautiful you are!”, is associated by all Caucasians with a tasty dish that is prepared... Read more >