Georgian Hagiographical Texts: Old Georgian Texts and their Versionsin Modern Georgian, Vol. 1, Tbilisi, 2008; Vol. 2, Tbilisi, 2007; Vol. 3, Tbilisi,2008.

  • Nugzar Papuashvili Sulkhan-Saba Orbeliani Teaching University

Abstract

Old Georgian can be seen as a linguistic system almost independentof modern Georgian in terms of grammatical structure and vocabulary.Therefore, some old Georgian texts are sometimes quite difficult for a modernreader to understand, their sophisticated meaning being only part of thechallenge. Along with its practical value – that is, comprehension at a languagelevel – translations of old Georgian texts into modern Georgian also have asignificant cognitive function as they contribute to the enrichment of the fieldin question with relevant terms and means of expression.
How to Cite
PapuashviliN. (1). Georgian Hagiographical Texts: Old Georgian Texts and their Versionsin Modern Georgian, Vol. 1, Tbilisi, 2008; Vol. 2, Tbilisi, 2007; Vol. 3, Tbilisi,2008. KADMOS, 1(4), 475-485. Retrieved from https://kadmos.iliauni.edu.ge/index.php/kadmos/article/view/134
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