The present German-Georgian medical dictionary contains about 6100 words. The dictionary will be useful for medical professionals, medical students and postgraduates, as well as translators of relevant literature.
A new edition of the highly readable, tried-and-true classic for teaching preschool children.
This classic in the field of early childhood education provides practical tips and research-based methods for developing teachers, plus ready-to-use checklists for observing children and the classroom environment. In addition to its success as a college text, the book is widely used by student interns, volunteers, assistants, CDA candidates, and beginning and experienced teachers around the world who work with three- to five-year old children in a variety of settings―preschools, center-based child care, Head Start programs, and pre-kindergartens.
Funded through the Book Translation Program, U.S. Embassy in Georgia
The book studies the specifics of hagiography, its role and place in Georgian spiritual culture; Monuments of Georgian hagiographic literature of IV-XI centuries are analyzed from religious-dogmatic and artistic-aesthetic aspects.
This book is intended for a wide range of students from faculties of humanities, theological seminary-academy students, teachers, researchers and readers interested in Georgian ecclesiastical writing.