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Title Georgia through its legends, folklore, and people / Michael Berman [and others].
Imprint New York : Nova Science Publishers, ©2011.

Series Focus on civilizations and cultures
Focus on civilizations and cultures.
Subject Folklore -- Georgia (Republic)
Legends -- Georgia (Republic)
Georgia (Republic) -- Folklore.
Alt Name Berman, Michael, 1951-
Description 1 online resource (xi, 162 pages) : illustrations.
polychrome rdacc
Note Includes index.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents GEORGIA THROUGH ITS LEGENDS, FOLKLORE AND PEOPLE; GEORGIA THROUGH ITS LEGENDS, FOLKLORE AND PEOPLE; LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CATALOGING-IN-PUBLICATION DATA; CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; NOTES ON THE EDITOR AND TRANSLATORS; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; REFERENCES; Chapter 1: THE REPUBLIC OF GEORGIA IN PAGAN TIMES AND TODAY; GEORGIA: VILLAGE CELEBRATES EASTER WITHRUGBY-STYLE STRUGGLE ROR A BALL; Paul Rimple and Justyna Mielnikiewicz 4/10/10; REFERENCES; Chapter 2: THE DOCTOR LUKMAN; REFERENCES; Chapter 3: FOLK CURES; REFERENCES; Chapter 4: BELIEF IN THE EVIL EYE
MASTER AND PUPIL (OR THE DEVIL OUTWITTED)REFERENCES; Chapter 5: NATSILIANI (MAGICAL BIRTHMARKS); Chapter 6: THE MEANING OF DREAMS; Chapter 7: TAMAR'S ETERNAL SPRING; Chapter 8: THE BUILDING OF GERGETI TRINITY CHURCH; Chapter 9: THE FATHER'S PROPHECY; Chapter 10: THE MAGICAL CONTROL OF THE RAIN; REFERENCES; Chapter 11: THE MAGICAL CONTROL OF THE WIND; Chapter 12: WHEN LIGHTNING STRIKES; REFERENCES; Chapter 13: HOW TBILISI GOT ITS NAME; REFERENCES; Chapter 14: THE LEGEND OF PALIASTOMI; Chapter 15: CHRIST'S ROBE IN GEORGIA; Chapter 16: NINO CONVERTS KARTLI TO CHRISTIANITY
Chapter 17: THE LEGEND OF AMIRANIREFERENCES; Chapter 18: OCHOPINTRE AND TKASHMAPA; TKASHMAPA; Chapter 19: THE LEGEND OF KASHUETI CHURCH; REFERENCE; Chapter 20: THE LEGEND OF LAKE ABUDELAURI; REFERENCES; Chapter 21: DALI -- THE FEMALE GODDESS OF NATURE, ANIMALS AND HUNTING; REFERENCES; Chapter 22: THE LEGEND OF BEBRISTSIKHE (THE CASTLE OF THE OLD MAN); Chapter 23: PRAYERS TO THE NEW MOON; REFERENCES; Chapter 24: KOPALA AND IAKHSAR; KOPALA; IAKHSAR; REFERENCES; Chapter 25: DZYZLAN, THE ABKHAZIAN MOTHER OF WATER; REFERENCES; Chapter 26: THE GEORGIAN TABLE; THE CHONGURI PLAYER; TEETH AND NO-TEETH
WHO HAS DONE WORK, WILL EAT BREADFOR A LOAF OF BREAD; Chapter 27: THE FOURTH GLASS IS THE "DEVIL'S"; WINE; A NIGHTINGALE, A LION AND A PIG; PROMETHEUS AND MOUNT TCHURI; THE DAMGHVINEBLEBI*; REFERENCE; APPENDIX: WHAT BEING GEORGIAN(OR A FRIEND OF GEORGIA) MEANS TO ME; INDEX
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781536112870 (electronic bk.)
1536112879 (electronic bk.)
9781612096414
1612096417
OCLC # 985108075
Additional Format Print version: Georgia through its legends, folklore, and people. New York : Nova Science Publishers, ©2011 9781612096414 (DLC) 2011002540 (OCoLC)698332631


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