Tamarmepe - Queen Tamar Rusudan Mikautadze Kutaisi State...

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Queen Tamar Rusudan Mikautadze Kutaisi State University Montana University
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Georgians were called: “Caristians of the girdle” -Jaques de Vitre Patriarch of Jerusalem “The kirnel of the religious of the Cross” Al Umari, Arab authority “Protectors of the Holy Sepulchre” Dorotheos I, Patriarch of Jerusalem
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Map of Georgia
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Queen Tamar “The Most High Queen Tamar, by the Will of Our Lord, King of Kings and Queen of Queens of Abkhazians, Kartvelians, Ranians, Kakhetians and Armenians, Shirvanshah and Shahanshah and Master of All the East and West, Glory of the World and Earth, Champion of the Messiah”
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Tamar’s Frescoes Fresco from Vardzia Monastery Fresco from Betania Monastery
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Queen Tamar This Icon is by the hand of Nicholas Papas. It is one of the “ Cloud of witnesses” at St. Philip’s Antiochian Orthodox Church, Souderton, Pennsylvania
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Tamar’s Pendant
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Georgia at the Beginning of the XIII Century
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Battle of Shamkori
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