List of Georgians

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This is a list of notable Georgians.

Leaders and politicians

Parliamentarians

Military figures

Throughout history, there were many notorious Georgian military figures and commanders serving in the Georgian, Turkish, Iranian, Spanish, Russian, Polish and other country's military forces from BC till today. There were around 100 high-ranking officers serving in the Polish army during World War II alone. Most prominent figures served in Russian, US and Persian armies.

(Incomplete list, see above categories for more)

Religious leaders

Patriarch Antonius II of Georgia

Scholars

Medieval

Fragment from Vani Gospels by certain John the Unworthy, 12-13th century.
Teimuraz son of George XII, he tutored Georgian scholars such as Platon Ioseliani and David Chubinashvili

Modern

Ivane Javakishvili, a Georgian historian and a linguist whose voluminous works heavily influenced the modern scholarship of the history and culture of Georgia and Caucasus. He was also one of the founding fathers of the Tbilisi State University

Cultural figures

Actors

Architects

Artists

Ballet dancers

Composers

Conductors

Designers

Folk musicians

Filmmakers

Opera singers

Painters

David Kakabadze is widely considered to be the most important Georgian Avant-Garde painter. 'Self-portrait in the mirror.' 1913

Pianists

Poets

Photographers

Sculptors

Singers

Theatre producers

Writers

Sportsmen

Businesspeople

Other known Georgians

See also

References

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