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Georgia: Historical flags, Vth-XVIIIth centuries

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Historical flags of Georgia

The website of the Parliament of Georgia shows a series of Georgian flags from the Vth-XVIIIth centuries. There is no further comment on the historical and vexillological background of these flags. We use below the captions as they appear on that website.

Ivan Sache, 12 February 2005


Georgian State, Vth-XVth centuries

The flag shown on the website of the Parliament of Georgia as the "flag of Georgian State (Vth-XVth centuries)" is white with a red disk charged with St. George slaying the dragon.

Ivan Sache, 12 February 2005


Georgian State, XIIth-XVth centuries

[Georgia XIIth century flag]by Ivan Sache

[Georgia XIIth century flagy]by Ivan Sache

Two flags are shown on the website of the Parliament of Georgia as the "flag of Georgian State (XIIth-XVth centuries)". The first flag is white, divided by a red cross and with four smaller red crosses in each quarter, therefore very similar to the national flag of Georgia adopted in 2004. The second flag is white with a red cross.

Ivan Sache, 12 February 2005


West Georgia, XIIIth-XIVth centuries

[West Georgia flag]by Ivan Sache

The flag shown on the website of the Parliament of Georgia as the "flag of West Georgia (XIIIth-XIVth centuries)" is black with a white cross.

Ivan Sache, 12 February 2005


Imereti Kingdom, XVth-XVIIIth centuries

[Imereti Kingdom flag]by Ivan Sache

The flag shown on the website of the Parliament of Georgia as the "flag of Imereti Kingdom (XVth-XVIIIth centuries)" is a plain white flag.

Ivan Sache, 12 February 2005

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