1. Introductory course in history.
    2. Introductory course in history of literature.
    3. Ethno genesis of Georgians.
    4. Formation of Georgian state.
    5. Spreading Christianity in Georgia.
    6. Georgian hagiography in two parts (part 1).
    7. St. Nino, enlightener of Georgians and declaration of Christianity as a state religion.
    8. Georgian hagiography in two parts (part 2).
    9. Vakhtang Gorgasali and his epoch
    10. Opposition between Georgian and Armenian churches on the basis of monophizity.
    11. Early feudal royal principalities – unification of Georgia.
    12. Fighting against icons.
    13. David Aghmashenebeli.
    14. Georgian theological school.
    15. King Tamar.
    16. Shota Rustaveli (Part 1).
    17. George V the Brilliant.
    18. Shota Rustaveli (Part 2).
    19. Alexander the Great.
    20. Christian, non orthodox confessions and their opposition with Georgian Church.
    1. Georgia in the 16th-17th cc. – Giorgi Saakadze.
    2. Sulkhan-Saba Orbeliani.
    3. Relations between Russia and Georgia in the 17th-18th cc.
    4. David Guramishvili.
    5. Erekle II.
    6. Religious semantics of sacred food and culture of “zedashe” (wine for eucharist).
    7. Annexation of Georgia by Russia.
    8. Nikoloz Baratashvili.
    9. Georgian Church in the period of exarchs.
    10. Ilia Chavchavazde.
    11. National-liberation movement in Georgia in the 19th c.
    12. Ilia Chavchavadze.
    13. Abkhazia in the 19th c.
    14. Akaki Tsereteli.
    15. South Georgia and struggle for unification of Georgia.
    16. Vazha-Pshavela.
    17. First republic of Georgia.
    18. Restoration of autocephaly of Georgian Church.
    19. Re-annexation of Georgia by Russia.
    20. Georgian literature in the 20th c.

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