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Nikoladze

This article is about the noble family. For Kombayn Nikoladze see List of Splinter Cell characters


The Nikoladze (Georgian: ნიკოლაძე) is a Georgian noble (aznauri) family, originating from the province of Imereti, known since 14th-16th century. Nikoladze family was included in the list of nobles of Georgia in 1860 in the so called "Barkhatnaia Kniga" published in Saint Petersburg.[1] The first mention of the name dates back to 14th century in the monastery of Tbeti (The Tbethi Synodal Records) under the name of "Nikolasdze" (ნიკოლასძე). The Nikoladze family was also mentioned in the Catholicate list of Abkhazia (Western Georgia).[2]

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