Ekaterine Kobakhidze

Ekaterine Kobakhidze
Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University | TSU · Institute of Classical, Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies

Doctor of Philological Sciences (Classics)

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Introduction
Please, see the results of the work, done by me and my colleagues -"Classical Tradition in Georgian Literature" , in Georgian and English languages on specially created website- http://classicaltradition.tsu.ge/eng/home
Additional affiliations
September 1994 - present
Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
September 1994 - present
Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University
Position
  • Professor (Associate)

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Publications (40)
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The Epitaph of Amazaspos found in Rome is extremely valuable evidence for the study of Georgian History. Several scholarly articles were dedicated to it, however, some aspects still remain unidentified. First of all, the context of the inscription is interesting –when was it created–whether in the first century or not, and therefore is it connected...
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Three Greek inscriptions found in Mtskheta reveal interesting information about Ancient Iberian royal court. However, identification of each of the persons, especially the king, is quite problematic. Still, there are some possibilities to deal. King of Iberia is mentioned in all three inscriptions, one of them reveals his name fully, another one pa...
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It could be said with some precision, that in Antiquity the myth of the Argonauts and especially of Medea herself as a personage of this myth, has enjoyed popularity not only in Greece but also outside its territories. The first among the Italic tribes to be introduced to the personage of Medea no doubt were the Etruscans, who were the first to est...
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A NEW GREEK INSCRIPTION FROM SOKHUMI FORTRESS Summary A fragment of a limestone with Greek inscription was unearthed during the excavations of Sokhumi fortress. It was first published by V. V. Vetrogradova. Her reconstruction of the text and the scholarly commentaries need some refinement and additional treatment. The first line of the inscription...
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Perceptions on Antique Hades in the Georgian Literature Key words: Hades, antiquity, reception, Georgian literature Abstract. The contemporary studies of the classical tradition in the Georgian literature threw more light upon the viewpoint that elements of antiquity might be present at every developmental stage of Georgian literature. We can say w...
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Etruscan heritage, renowned among ancient Mediterranean cultures for its high level of development and originality, is praised, inter alia, for its contribution to antiquity and, especially, to Roman civilization. Roma Etrusca (“Etruscan Rome”) sheds light on this issue. Revealing the role of Etruscan heritage in Roman culture is important for stud...
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There has been no systemic study of the representation and interpretation of the Tyrrhenian (Etruscans) influence on Hellenic civilization. The article is dedicated to an account of the innovative ideas and forms that have sprung up in one of the highly developed civilizations of the Mediterranean and the specifics of their transformation in Greek...
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It could be said with some precision, that in Antiquity the myth of the Argonauts and especially of Medea herself as a personage of this myth, has enjoyed popularity not only in Greece but also outside its territories. The first among the Italic tribes to be introduced to the personage of Medea no doubt were the Etruscans, who were the first to est...
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Abstract. The question to what contributions have been made from the Greek innovations to the World culture has always sparked a scientific interest in different epochs. In its turn, multiple studies have been devoted to trace the influence of other ancient cultures in the Greek legacy. In this context, there has been no systemic study of the repre...
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Monograph about Latin legal terminology in Georgian Law.
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Project "Classical Tradition in Georgian Literature" traces the influence of antique traditions on works of Georgian writers and poets at all stages of development of Georgian literature (V-XXI centuries). Nowadays the material based on works of 140 writers, where receptions of Antiquity are proved, is uploaded on the web-site. Significant passages...
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In a story “Who is a Nobleman (legend)” dated from 1908, Akaki presents a very original interpretation of the rather popular and traditional plot in Georgian literature. It is widely accepted, that the legend on Azo/Azon has been known in Georgian literature since XI century. Leonti Mroveli’s “the Life of Georgian Sovereigns and the Fathers and the...
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The article concentrates chiefly on the research of Latin legal terminology presented in the monuments of Georgian Law during XI-XXI centuries.It is significant,that this kind of systematic study around the Latin legal terms has been never held before.The author shows many-centuries’-long history of endeavoring establishment of the existence of Lat...
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What does "indexed on Research Gate" mean (books, papers)?
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I have my own explanation. 10 is the maximum quantity, which can be shown with the fingers. Till today babies express "many" with showing all the ten fingers (sometimes twice). So 9  is  a the critical edge  to "many".  In the folklore of other countries 9 and 10 is always important. How do you think about this version?
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I am interested  in future conferences, which will be  held not around  one concrete suggested theme, but generally. I know some useful links, but, of course they are few! Languages: English, Italian, Russian. Please, help...

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Aim of the project is to study the Greek and Latin inscriptions found in Georgia as well as outside Georgia which give us information about Georgian history.