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  • proper n. A language of the South Caucasian family, spoken between the 5th Century BC and the 17th Century AD when it evolved into the modern Georgian language.


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  • Selected Texts, translated from Old Georgian into German, introduction and annotations by L. Alexidse, in Orthodoxes Forum, Munich 9 (1995), pp. 141-171.

    Joane Petrizi

  • Nuzubidse and S. Kauchtschischvili (Opera II), Tbilisi 1937 (in Old Georgian).

    Joane Petrizi


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