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2005 Volume 12

Central-Caucasian Bronze Bits

Entry date: 2009-11-25

Author(s): Kote Pitskhelauri

The human community has brought in its own stages of development to the need for the invention of the wheel, which is likely to facilitate the high level of existing technical thinking. This innovation will, on the other hand, be based on further great shifts and rapid advancement as economic (artificial runoff, agricultural, metallurgical, metalworking, building technology, etc.) and social life. In this sense the invention of the wheel should be considered as the "technical revolution".



2005 Volume 12

The cult of "Wolf-dogs" in Hittite

Entry date: 2009-11-25

Author(s): Nino Charekishvili

This work is about the cult of Wolf-dogs in Hittite. It has functional loading about “wolfmen” and “dogmen” as a members of ritual. It’s given how tu read them ideographicaly and phonetically



2005 Volume 12

The Ebla city-country

Entry date: 2009-11-25

Author(s): Nino Charekishvili

To the scientific circle of Georgia, Ebla civilization (B.C. III-II millennium) modern Syrian Arab Republic is less known. The purpose of the work is to make clear many questions, including civilization-related, on the basis of discovered materials on the territory of Ebla city-country. There are following topics discussed in the work: groups, discovered in the result of archeological dig and three sectors (central, administrative and South Complexes); royal archives, civil service, public structure; special form of land property



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