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 Society of Assyriologists, Biblicists and Caucasiologists (SABC)
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Society of Assyriologists, Biblicists and Caucasiologists (SABC) was founded at the Iv. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, on basis of joint efforts of the Department of Assyriology, Oriental Institute of the Faculty of Humanities and American-Georgian Institute of Biblical and Archaeological Studies (AGIBAS).  
SABC aims:
  • Popularization the fields of Assyriology, Bibliology and Caucasiology; 
  • Uniting of World’s Assyriologists and Biblicists with Caucasian colleagues, affiliating their joint studies and collaboration in different fields of Assyriology, Bibliology, Archaeology and Anthropology of Caucasus;
  • Introducing artifacts from Caucasian archaeological excavations and museum collections to foreign members of the society;
  • Collecting and translating any type of information, that could become matter of interest for them (foreign members of  the society) e.g. archaeology, ethnology and history of Caucasus, etc.;
  • Inviting lecturers and scientists for giving workshops and seminars at the Tbilisi State University;
  • Affiliating Georgian and Foreign colleagues in joint scientific and educative programs and projects;
  • Initiating scientific conferences in Caucasian studies and participating in conferences all over the world. 
  • The society unites Assyriologists and Bibliologists of Caucasus and world. This will become a centre of joint research, collaboration, information exchange and studies of scientists form all over the world.
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Books & Articles
Givi Gambashidze
1. New reading and dating of one georgian inscription from Daghestan, in russian, in: Archaeology, Ethnology, Folkloristic of Caucasus, 2002.
2Some Ingushian folcloristic and ethnographical paradigms concerning on the temple Tkobya-Erd's (Ingushetia), in russian, in: Archaeology, Ethnology, Folkloristic of Caucasus, 2003. 
3Three lapidaric inscriptions of the Bishop George (X c.) from the christian temple Tkobya-Erd's (Ingushetia), in russian, in: Archaeology, Ethnology, Folkloristic of Caucasus, 2004.   
4. Concerning to the Location of the Grave of the Outstanding Georgian Historian and Geographer Vakhushti Bagrationi (18th c.)Georgian Academic Book Publishing, Library of the Society of Assyriologists, Biblicists and Caucasiologists (SABC) 1, Tbilisi 2010. 
5. Image of Bishop George (X c.) from the Temple Tkoba-Erd's (Ingushetia), in russian, in: Archaeology, Ethnology, Folkloristic of Caucasus, 2011.
6. Inscriptions of hierarches of the Georgian apostolic orthodox church from Georgian-Ingush temple Tkobya-Erd's (Ingushetia), in russian, in: Archaeology, Ethnology, Folkloristic of Caucasus, 2011. 
7About readings and datings of inscriptions on stamps of the eucharistical bread from Dagestanin russian, in: Archaeology, Ethnology, Folkloristic of Caucasus, 2011.
8The medieval city of Hunzakh and the mountain of Akaro (Dagestan) - cultural and historical aspectsin russian, in: Archaeology, Ethnology, Folkloristic of Caucasus, 2011.

Gela Gamkrelidze
1. In the Path of Georgian Archaeology, Tbilisi 2008. 
2. War and Armament in Iberia-Kolkheti, Tbilisi 2010.
3. Colchological Articles, Tbilisi 2010. 
 
Grigol Giorgadze
1. «Текст Анитты» и некоторые вопросы ранней истории хеттовВестник древней истории, 1965 г., № 4, стр. 87-111.
2. Хетты и хурриты по древнехеттским текстамВестник древней истории, № 1, 1969 г.
3. О престолонаследии в древнехеттском царствеВестник древней истории, № 4, 1969 г.
 
Eduard Menabde
1.  Хеттское обществоТбилиси,  «Мецниереба», 1965     



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