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Georgians in the Period of the Ottoman Trebizond

Zurab Batiashvili (Darujanashvili)

ISBN: 978-9994-059-12-6

Category: South Caucasus and Anatolia

Pages: 128

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2008

Cover: Soft

Price: 4.00

For many years Turkey was inaccessible for Georgia, but after the fall of the Soviet Union, the Georgians were able to discover many hitherto unknown facts pertaining to the history of the country. At present the relations between Turkey and Georgia are friendly, based on mutual respect and economic benefit, as well as cultural and... Read more >


Cappadocia

Zurab Batiashvili (Darujanashvili)

ISBN: 978-9941-421-07-5

Category: South Caucasus and Anatolia

Pages: 108

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2010

Cover: Soft

Price: 4.00

The book is devoted to the history and culture of Cappadocia, one of the oldest and most beautiful parts of modern-day Turkey. It describes lives of the Cappadocian saints, St. George Church built by Queen Tamar, the underground cities, churches and monasteries and other historical... Read more >


The Origin of the Empire of Trebizond

Zurab Batiashvili (Darujanashvili)

ISBN: 978-9941-421-34-1

Category: South Caucasus and Anatolia

Pages: 178

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2012

Cover: Soft

Price: 7.00

The book describes those political, ethnic and religious processes that led to the rise of the Empire, one of the main focuses being the policy of the Georgian royal court at the time. The publication dwells on the 1204 military campaign, the roles of the first emperor Alexios I Megas Komnenos and his brother David Komnenos in... Read more >


The Empire of Trebizond in the 13th Century

Zurab Batiashvili (Darujanashvili)

ISBN: 978-9941-445-28-6

Category: South Caucasus and Anatolia

Pages: 138

Format: 14.8x21

Published: 2013

Cover: Soft

Price: 8.00

The publication continues the series which started with The Origin of the Empire of Trebizond. The events described in the book follow chronologically, starting from 1222 when Andronikos I Gidos was crowned until 1297 when Ioannes II Megas Komnenos... Read more >