Description - Ancient Christianity in the Caucasus by Tamila Mgaloblishvili
Based in Tbilisi, Georgia, Iberica-Caucasica is a new annual publication devoted exclusively to the art, history and culture of the Caucasus. Each issue is themed to a specific subject, drawing on articles from leading academics both in the Caucasus and the West. The first volume is entitled Ancient Christianity in the Caucasus. La place de Jerusalem dans la 'Conversion de la Georgie' - M. van Esbroek; Das Tempelneubauprojekt Julians - eine dramatische Episode in der Geschichte der Beziehungen zwischen Christen und Juden - T. Brandle; John Chrysostom and the Jews: a reconsideration - A.M. Ritter; Les debuts de manchisme en Palestine - P.M. Egender; Armaziann script - K. Tsereteli; A new manuscript of Rufinus' account of the Conversion of Georgia and the legacy of Rufinus in East and West - C.P. Bammel; Die Ausbreitung des Christentums in Georgien - E. Bammel; Early mediaeval stelae in Georgia in the context of East Christian art - K. Machabeli; New evidence about 'Moktsevai Kartlisai' - Z. Alexidze; The Jewish Diaspora and Early Christianity in Georgia - T. Mgaloblishvili and Y.
Gagoshidze; The role of the Hebrew Diaspora in the origin of Christianity in Roman North Africa - J. van Oort; An early example of Byzantine rhythmical poetry: the 'Exhortatio ad virginem' of Gregory Nazianzenus - K. Bezarashvili; St Andrew the Apostle in Samtskhe: some archaeological evidence - W. Licheli; 'The architectural monuments of Tao-Klarjeti' by Wakhtang Djobadze - D. Tumanishvili. Future annual volumes include The Spread of Islam in the Caucasus, The Creation of Medieval Kingdoms and Art in 19th Century Caucasus.
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