Journal Amirani. 2004. Volume 10

The terms referring "husband" in Persian language

Author(s): Ketevan Kikvidze

In Persian lenguage various terms referring to the word "husband" have been identified. Some of them have indoeuropean roots, some from other languages, especially from Arabian.
The fact that in languages heaing absolutely different origination the word "husband" has synonyms "lord", "muster", "owner", "defender" and others. To my mind it can be explained by abolishment of the word "husband".

Journal Amirani. 2005. Volume 12

The cult of "Wolf-dogs" in Hittite

Author(s): Nino Charekishvili

This work is about the cult of Wolf-dogs in Hittite. It has functional loading about “wolfmen” and “dogmen” as a members of ritual. It’s given how tu read them ideographicaly and phonetically

Journal Amirani. 2005. Volume 13

On the Origin of One Manuscript

Author(s): Tamar Tsopurashvili

In Georgian language we have many translations of the Works connected with the Council of Ephesus. Manuscript H 307 is among them and is almost wholly dedicated to the materials of the Council of Ephesus. It was rewritten in 1571 by the order of Antoni the I.

Journal Amirani. 2005. Volume 13

"The Lives" by Cyril of Alexandria in Georgian Manuscripts

Author(s): Tamar Tsopurashvili

The biography of Cyril of Alexandria has always generated keen interest of many scholars, and the Georgians were no exception. There are several short biographies of Cyril of Alexandria in Georgian, one of which is preserved in Giorgi Atoneli’s “Great Svinaqsari”. The complete biography of Curil of Alexandria (S 417) dating baek to the 12 th century and, to all appearances, translated from the Greek language, can also be found in Georgian manuscripts.

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