კაცია-ადამიანი?!

კაცია-ადამიანი?!

Ilia Chavchavadze / Jun 20, 2019

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  • Title: კაცია-ადამიანი?!
  • Author: Ilia Chavchavadze
  • ISBN: 999401546X
  • Page: 195
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    About "Ilia Chavchavadze"

      • Ilia Chavchavadze

        Ilia Chavchavadze Georgian 8 November 1837 12 September 1907 was a Georgian writer, poet, journalist, lawyer, politicial and public figure who spearheaded the revival of the Georgian national movement in the second half of the 19th century, during the Russian rule of Georgia Today he is widely regarded as one of the founding fathers of modern Georgia In 1987 he was canonized as Saint Ilia the Righteous by the Georgian Orthodox Church Today, Georgians revere Chavchavadze as Pater Patriae Father of the Fatherland of Georgia.Inspired by the contemporary liberal movements in Europe, as a writer and a public figure, Ilia Chavchavadze directed much of his efforts toward awakening national ideals in Georgians and to the creation of a stable society in his homeland.His most important literary works were The Hermit, The Ghost, Otaraant Widow, Kako The Robber and Is a man a human He was editor in chief of the Georgian periodicals Sakartvelos Moambe 1863 1877 and Iveria 1877 1905 , and authored numerous articles for journals Most of his work dealt with Georgia and Georgians He was a devoted protector of the Georgian language and culture from Russification.Chavchavadze was fatally wounded by a gang of assassins, led by Gigla Berbichashvili, in Tsitsamuri, outside Mtskheta His legacy earned him theIlia Chavchavadze was born in Kvareli, a village located in the Alazani Valley, in the Kakheti province of Georgia, which was part of the Russian Empire at that time Ilia was a tavadi, the Georgian title of prince It is thought that the noble Chavchavadze family came from the Pshav Khevsureti region of Georgia, and, in 1726, King Constantine II granted the Chavchavadze family the rank of Prince in recognition of their knighthood and valor to the nation This resulted in the family moving and settling in the Alazani Gorge in Kakheti According to King Erekle II s order, Ilia s great grandfather, Bespaz Chavchavadze was knighted when he defeated twenty thousand Persian invaders in Kvareli in 1755.Ilia was the third son of Grigol Chavchavadze and Mariam Beburishvili Grigol, like his father and his famous ancestors, had a military background He, along with the local militiamen protected the village from numerous Dagestani invasions This can be seen in the architecture of the Ilia Chavchavadze museum house in Kvareli, incorporating a Medieval castle style in the two storey castle in the yard, which was designed to protect the house during invasions.Ilia s mother, Mariam, died on May 4, 1848, when Ilia was ten years old, and his father asked his sister, Makrine, to help bring up the children Aunt Makrine had a significant impact on Ilia s life, because, after 1852, when Ilia s father Grigol died, she was the only remaining caretaker of the family.Ilia Ch avch avadze in 1st Gymnasium of Tbilisi, 1848Ch avch avadze was educated at the elementary level by the deacon of the village before he moved to Tbilisi where he attended the prestigious Academy for Nobility in 1848 However, from an early age, Ilia was influenced by his parents who were highly educated in classical literature, Georgian history and poetry From his parents, Ilia learned the inspiring stories of Georgian heroism in classical historical novels In his autobiography, Ilia refers to his mother, Princess Mariam Chavchavadze, who knew most Georgian novels and poems by heart and encouraged her children to study them Ilia also described the influence of the deacon s storytelling, which gave him an artistic inspiration, later applied in his novel writing.In 1848, after the death of Princess Chavchavadze, Ilia was sent to Tbilisi by his father to begin his secondary education Ilia attended a private school for three years before he entered the 1st Academy of Tbilisi in 1851 Soon after, Ilia s father died and Aunt Makrine looked after the family.


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