This chapter discusses Georgian sources, beginning with a section on contemporary narrative historical sources. Comments on their utility for prosopographical data are provided and described, followed by a synopsis of other relevant contemporary Georgian-language sources. The chapter ends with a discussion of the current state of historical scholarship in Georgian and comments on the scholarly researches that would be of primary interest to prosopographers.
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