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In the land of the golden fleece through independent menchevist Georgia by Odette Keun

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Published by John Lane in London .
Written in English


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Translation of Au pays de la toison d"or (en Géorgie Menchéviste indépendante) Paris : Flammarion, 1923.

Statementby Odette Keun ; translated from the French by Helen Jessiman.
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Open LibraryOL19529500M

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One of the reasons why is it a good idea to visit Georgia is that you can follow the trace of Argonauts. A famous Greek myth about Argonauts is about west Georgia.. It was a powerful Colchis Kingdom (Kolkheti), where the king was uts arrived exactly there to take a Golden Fleece. Most of the territory that is mentioned in the legend is real and described in a correct way. Monument in Batumi, Georgia, to the Kolkhetian Princess Medea holding the Golden Fleece of Greek Mythology The ancient kingdom of Kolkheti (Georgian: კოლხეთი) comprised the land bounded by the Black Sea to the west, the Caucasus Mountains to the north, the Surami Range to the east and the Meskhetian Mountains to the south. Georgia stands at the crossroads of Europe, Central Asia and the Middle East. It’s the home of the legendary Golden Fleece and it’s one of the oldest Christian states in the world. St Nino of Cappadocia brought Christianity to Georgia in the 4th century and it was proclaimed the state religion. Later on in . FOR many Months I have been sedulously endeavouring to find out why the hotels of the Land of the Golden Fleece should be, with very few exceptions, so.