11 relations: Chkhetidze, House of Dadiani, House of Gelovani, House of Shervashidze, Imeretinsky, Kelesh Ahmed-Bey Shervashidze, Lykhny, Mikhail, Prince of Abkhazia, Principality of Abkhazia, Sefer Ali-Bey Shervashidze, Tsulukidze (family).
Chkhetidze (ჩხეტიძე) was a Georgian noble family known in west Georgia from the tenth century.
The House of Dadiani (დადიანი) was a Georgian family of nobles, dukes and princes, and a ruling dynasty of the western Georgian province of Samegrelo (Mingrelia) or Odishi.
The House of Gelovani (გელოვანი) is a Georgian princely family from the lower part of the mountainous province of Svaneti – formerly rulers of Svaneti.
The Shervashidze, Chachba or Chachibaia (შერვაშიძე-ჩაჩბა/ჩაჩიბაია) was a Georgian ruling family of Principality of Abkhazia.
Imeretinsky (იმერეტინსკი; Имеретинский) is a title and later the surname of the Georgian royal family branch of the Bagrationi dynasty that ruled the Kingdom of Imereti.
Kelesh Ahmed-Bey (Kelesh-Bey) Shervashidze (1747–1808) was the head of state of the Principality of Abkhazia from the 1780s to 1808.
Lykhny (ლიხნი, Abkhaz and Russian: Лыхны) is a village in the Gudauta District of Abkhazia, a disputed region on the Black Sea coast.
Mikhail, or Hamud Bey, from the house of Shervashidze, or Chachba (died 1866) was the head of state of the Principality of Abkhazia and reigned from 1823 to 1864.
The Principality of Abkhazia (tr) emerged as a separate feudal entity in the 15th-16th centuries, amid the civil wars in the Kingdom of Georgia that concluded with the dissolution of the unified Georgian monarchy.
Sefer Ali-Bey Shervashidze (also known by the Christian name of Giorgi Shervashidze) was a prince of the Principality of Abkhazia in 1810–21.
The Tsulukidze (წულუკიძე) are a Georgian noble family, known in the western part of the country since 1451.