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Category: Social Science
First published in 2008. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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THE KINGDOM OF GEORGIA. BATUM TO TIFLIS. TIFLIS. THE GEORGIAN MILITARY ROAD BETWEEN TIFLIS AND VLADIKAVKAZ. THE KAKHETIAN ROAD—TIFLIS TO SIGNAKH. SIGNAKH. A TRIP ACROSS THE ALAZANA. BAKURTSIKHE—KARTUBAN—LAGODEKH.
Author: John Oliver Wardrop
Oliver Wardrop in the book "The Kingdom of Georgia: Notes of travel in a land of women, wine, and song" discusses the adventures of an adventurer in the late 19th century. This book consists of the travelogue, history of Georgia, and a multi-language bibliography of related material on the Kingdom. A historical book for young and old interested in the history of Georgia.
Author: Alexander MikaberidzePublish On: 2015-02-06
By the end of ninth century, the kingdom's boundaries stretched from Nicopsia (Tuapse) in the northwest to the Chorokh (Çoruh) River in the southwest and covered almost all of western Georgia. The kingdom of Abkhazia flourished in the ...
Author: Alexander Mikaberidze
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
This book uses its chronology; glossary; introduction; appendixes; maps; bibliography; and over 900 hundred cross-referenced dictionary entries on important persons, places, events and institutions, as well as significant political, economic, social, and cultural aspects to trace Georgia's history and predict its future.
3.1 Ancient settlement of Georgian tribes mand; in fact, the United Kingdom of Lazika was created. The Lazika kingdom was considered first to be Roman, and later Byzantium's domain; in actuality, it had an independent policy (Studies in ...
Author: Igor V. Bondyrev
This book discusses the political and economic history and geography of Georgia, the problems it has faced, and how it has overcome and is still overcoming them. In most countries, at the end of the 20th century the successful resolution of social-economic, political, demographic and ecological problems was largely dependent on effectively protecting the population and economic assets from natural disasters and on ensuring conditions for their sustainable development. These problems are most acute in mountainous regions like Georgia, where the unplanned development of natural ecosystems has had drastic consequences. It is therefore necessary to understand not only the probability of changing conditions (natural as well as political and demographic), but also the probability of the resulting economic losses. The book is divided into four sections; historical and political geography, geological processes, ecological processes and developmental geography. In the historical and political geography section the authors present a detailed discussion on ancient history, historical and political geography, ethnic groups and religions, demographics and socio-cultural geography. The geological processes section contains information on geology, geodynamical processes, glacial and periglacial processes. The ecological processes section examines a variety of landscapes and ecosystems, aspects of deforestation, reforestation and desertification along with anthropogenic impacts on the environment. The developmental geography section looks at different economies, natural resources, sustainable development and climate change.
According to the Georgievsk Fortress (North Caucasus), and as a result other historians, the strength of a united Georgia was based Kingdom of Kartl-Kakheti came under Russian protection. a strong socio-economic base base (Janashia 1943 ...
Author: Irakli Gamkrelidze
Publisher: Springer Nature
Georgia’s territory represents a real “natural geological laboratory,” exposing magmatic, metamorphic and sedimentary rocks, ranging from the Neoproterozoic to the Quaternary. After a brief presentation of Georgia’s history and culture, the authors present the stratigraphy, rock types of individual tectonic zones of Georgia, their tectonic structure and paleotectonic reconstructions of the Caucasus. This book describes the three main geotourism routes of Georgia meticulously: 1. Tbilisi-Pasanauri-Kazbegi (along the Georgian Military Road), 2. Tbilisi-Zugdidi-Mestia-Ushguli and 3. Tbilisi-Khashuri-Vardzia, which cross different parts of Fold Systems of the Greater and Lesser Caucasus and Transcaucasian Intermountain area. The following potential geoparks are described in this book: 1. Sataplia dinosaur footprints together with Sataplia and Prometheus caves; 2. Tskaltubo resort-town and mineral water deposit; 3. Borjomi resort-town and mineral water deposit; 4. Kazbegi Quaternary volcanoes and Keli volcanic highland;5. Dariali Paleozoic granitoid massif; 6. Dmanisi hominids site and the Mashavera gorge basaltic flow; 7. Dashbashi canyon; 8.Uplistsikhe rock-cut town and Kvakhvreli cave complex; 9.Udabno - Upper Miocene marine and continental deposits and David Gareja monastery complex;10. Dedoplistskaro - Vashlovani protected areas and mud volcanoes.
Agreement between the Government of Georgia and the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland on International Road Transport; - Memorandum of Understanding on Co-operation in the Fight against Serious Crime ...
Author: IBP, Inc
Category: Business & Economics
Georgia Country Study Guide - Strategic Information and Developments Volume 1 Strategic Information and Developments