List of Georgian princely families

List of Georgian princely families

This is the alphabetic list of the upper class noble houses of Georgia. They were entitled as tavadi ( _ka. თავადი), roughly translated in English as "prince" and in Russian as "knyaz", a title which was eventually conferred upon most of these families under the Imperial Russian rule (1801-1917). __NOTOC__

A

*Abamelik
*Abashidze
*Abkhazi
*Amatuni
*Amilakhvari
*Amirejibi
*Anchabadze
*Andronikashvili
*Apakidze
*Arghutashvili (Mkhargrdzeli-Argutashvili, Argutinsky-Dolgorukov)
*Avalishvili

B

*Babadishvili
*Bagration
*Bagrationi-Davitishvili
*Bagration-Imeretinsky
*Bagration-Mukhraneli
*Baratashvili
*Bebutov (Bebutashvili)
*Begtabegishvili

C

*Chavchavadze
*Cherkezishvili
*Chichua
*Chijavadze
*Chikovani
*Chkheidze
*Chkhotua
*Cholokashvili

D

*Dadiani
*Dadishkeliani
*Davidov-Bagration
*Dgebuadze
*Diasamidze

E

*Emukhvari
*Eristavi of Aragvi
*Eristavi of Guria
*Eristavi of Ksani
*Eristavi of Racha

G

*Gelovani
*Gobitashvili
*Goshadze
*Gruzinsky
*Gugunava
*Guramishvili
*Gurgenidze
*Gurieli
*Gurji-Revazishvili

I

*Iaralishvili
*Iashvili
*Iotamishvili

J

*Jaiani
*Jambakuriani
*Jambakur-Orbeliani
*Jandieri
*Japaridze
*Jaqeli
*Javakhishvili
*Jorjadze

K

*Kavkasidze
*Kherkheulidze
*Khidirbegishvili
*Khimshiashvili
*Khojaminasishvili
*Kobulashvili
*Kochakidze

L

*Lionidze
*Lortkipanidze

M

*Machabeli
*Machutadze
*Magalashvili
*Makashvili
*Maksimenishvili
*Mankaberdeli
*Manvelishvili
*Marshania
*Melikishvili
*Mikadze
*Mikeladze
*Mkheidze
*Mkhetsia

N

*Nakashidze
*Nijaradze

O

*Orbeliani

P

*Pagava
*Palavandishvili
*Pavlenishvili
*Pkheidze

Q

*Qaralashvili
*Qazbegi
*Qipiani

R

*Ratishvili
*Robitashvili
*Rusishvili

S

*Saakadze
*Saginashvili
*Sologashvili
*Shalikashvili
*Sharvashidze (Shervashidze)
*Sidamon-Eristavi (Sidamonidze, Sidomonishvili)
*Sologashvili
*Sumbatishvili

T

*Taktakishvili
*Tarkhnishvili (Tarkhan-Mouravi)
*Tavdgiridze
*Tsereteli
*Tsitsishvili
*Tsulukidze
*Tumanishvili
*Turkestanishvili
*Tusishvili

V

*Vachnadze
*Vakhvakhishvili
*Vezirishvili

Z

*Zurabishvili

References

* [http://www.geogen.ge/indexen.php?lang=en&id_menu=1&id_menu_up=&abc=&fr=&srch= Georgian genealogy]
* [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~russiarevisited2/aristocracy/georgian.htm Princely Georgian families]


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