The Art of the Khelrtva

Credit: National Center of Manuscripts, 2017. “Signature of Mariam Dadiani (1783–1841) on a deed signed by Solomon II of Imereti (1772–1815) for Jruchi Monastery, 1809.”
Credit: Government of Georgia, “Order №2 of the Prime Minister,” 2020
Credit: National Center for Manuscripts, 2014, “Signature of Queen Tamar with David Soslan, 1202.”
Credit: Wikimedia Commons, National Center for Manuscripts, 2014
Credit: CNG Coins, 2010
Credit: Kober, Wikimedia Commons, 2008
Credit: CNG Coins, 2008
Credit: National Archives of Georgia, Accessed 3 March 2021
Credit: Wikimedia Commons, National Archives of Georgia, 2014
Credit: National Archives of Georgia, Signature of Vakhtang IV, 2020
Credit: Carnby, Wikimedia Commons, 2014
Credit: National Archives of Georgia, 2020
Credit: National Archives of Georgia, 2020
Credit: National Center of Manuscripts, 2017. “Solomon II’s handwriting on a deed he issued to the Jruchi Monastery,1809.”
Credit: Wikimedia Commons, “Signature of Archil Bagrationi, 1705,” 2014
Credit: National Archives of Georgia, “Rusudan of Kartli, 18th c.,” 2020
Credit: National Archives of Georgia, “Signature of Constantine II, 1467,” 2020
Credit: Wikimedia Commons, “Signature of Erkele II,” 2014
Credit: Wikimedia Commons, “Signature of Teimuraz II,” 2014

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