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Authors: David Muskhelishvili, Mikheil Samsonadze, Alexander Daushvili (Georgian Academy of Sciences, Tbilisi, Georgia) 
Book Description:
In the scientific work on the basis of rich factual materials, modern specific literature and new archival documents, a new conception of the Georgian nation and Georgian state’s historic development are represented from ancient times until the 21st century. Important stages of material and religious culture of Georgian people are reviewed and peculiarities of historic development are elucidated.
We must emphasize the devotion of Georgian people towards the Western values (Christian religion, advantage of democratic system, respect towards personal rights of a man and etc.) and the struggle against totalitarian ideology and antidemocratic system of ruling.
In this book, special attention is paid to the fact that the relationship of Georgia and America is building a new Georgia which has been of great importance. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents:
Preface pp. i-viii

A brief physical-Geographic review pp. 1-4

Prehistory pp. 5-14

On the origin of Georgians pp. 15-34

The beginning of the Georgian statehood pp. 35-44

The kingdom of ancient Kartli pp. 45-56

The epoch of the Roman expansion pp. 57-68

Embracing Christianity pp. 69-92

Vakhtang Gorgasali pp. 93-108

The period of Erismtavroba pp. 109-154

Establishment feudal relations pp. 155-164

Fight for unification pp. 165-178

The unification of Georgia pp. 179-190

David the builder pp. 191-206

Queen Tamar pp. 207-232

Situation in Georgia and its neighborhood in XIII-XIV Centuries pp. 233-248

Georgia in the second part of the XIV Century pp. 249-262

The Georgian culture of XIII-XVI Centuries and the character of the social relations pp. 263-270

Struggle for restoration of the integrity and liberating of the country in the first part of the XVI Century pp. 271-290

Giorgi Saakadze pp. 291-304

Bakhtrioni rebellion pp. 305-308

West Georgia in XVI – XVII Centuries pp. 309-312

Georgian culture of the XVI-XVII Centuries pp. 313-316

Georgia during the reign of Vakhtang the VI pp. 317-324

Teimuraz II and Erekle II at the head of Khakheti kingdom pp. 325-330

Domestic and foreign conditions of Kartli and Kakheti in the middle of the XVIII Century pp. 331-336

Imereti in the first part of the XVIII Century pp. 337-340

The ambassadors of Teimuraz II in Russia in 1760 pp. 341-346

Russian-Turkish war of 1768-1774 and Georgia pp. 347-360

The problem of unification of Georgia in the 80-ies of the XVIII Century pp. 361-366

Georgian culture in the XVIII century pp. 367-374

Invasion of Georgia by Aga Muhammad (Mahmad) Khan pp. 375-384

Reign of Giorgi the XII pp. 385-392

Georgia’s incorporation by Russia pp. 393-408

Tightening of colonial straps pp. 409-432

Georgia at the beginning of the Twentieth Century pp. 433-446

The first republic of Georgia pp. 447-460

Back in Russia’s claws pp. 461-480

The totalitarian regime in Georgia pp. 481-496

Georgia in World War 2 pp. 497-506

Strengthening of Stalin’s regime pp. 507-514

The crisis of the Russian model of socialism in Georgia pp. 515-524

The collapse of the communist system pp. 525-534

The Third Republic of Georgia pp. 535-558

Index pp. 559-573

      Caucasus Region Political, Economic, and Security Issues
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2012-September
   Pages: 581, 7 x 10 (NBC - C)
   ISBN: 978-1-62081-173-3
   Status: AV
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