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English translation: Name of Character from Poem "The Knight In The Panther's Skin" by Georgian Poet Shosta Rustaveli

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Azerbaijani term or phrase:Tariyel
English translation:Name of Character from Poem "The Knight In The Panther's Skin" by Georgian Poet Shosta Rustaveli
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16:02 Jun 30, 2001
Azerbaijani to English translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
Azerbaijani term or phrase: tariyel
supposedly the name of a character in a very old book. I would like to know more about it, please.
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See explanation below
Explanation:
It is a character from "The Knight in the Panther's Skin", written by the great Georgian poet Shota Rustaveli. I'm copying some links below. Good luck!:

"For example, the Azerbaijani translation of the epic "The Warrior in the Tiger's Skin," by the 12th century Georgian poet Shota Rustaveli, was very popular during the 1930s. Two characters-Tariyel and Avtandil-were especially loved by the Azerbaijanis and incorporated into the treasury of male names. However, Tinatin, the name of the heroine in the same epic, was rarely used in Azerbaijan."
(http://azeri.org/Azeri/az_english/43_folder/43_articles/43_n...

"Shota Rustaveli

One of the greatest representatives of the world literature - Shota Rustaveli lived in XII-XII cent. in Georgia, during the reigning of Queen Tamara. It was the time of political power of medieval Georgia and also the time of flourishing of its culture. There are many legends, telling us about poet's comprehensive education, his numeruos travels in different Eastern countries, Arabia, Bizantium, Greece.

A long before Renaissance he sang about the humanistic ideals, the feelings of love and friendship, courage and fortitude in the poem "The Knight in the Panther's Skin". Heroes of the poem are brave, philantropic, generous. They live and act in the name of a Man; they are ready to fight with evil and to restore a fairness. Heroes of Rustaveli are not nationally restricted. There are included different countries in the poem : Arabia, China, India.

Poem "The Knight in the Panther's Skin" has been translated into many languages. It has been first printed in 1712. In Georgia poem was illustrated by famous Georgian painter Kobuladze."
(http://www.parliament.ge/~nino/people/poet/rustav.html)



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naTariyel a figure from Rustavelli's The Warrior in the Tiger's Skin
1964
naA little more context
1964


  

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A little more context


Explanation:
a passage or more context ?

1964
Turkey
Local time: 20:51
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20 mins
Tariyel a figure from Rustavelli's The Warrior in the Tiger's Skin


Explanation:
There are a lot of Tariyel in Azerbeycan Newspapers , Persons and so on HÝstorical Root as follows

Azerbaijanis incorporated names found in the works of Georgian writers, too. For example, the Azerbaijani translation of the epic "The Warrior in the Tiger's Skin," by the 12th century Georgian poet Shota Rustaveli, was very popular during the 1930s. Two characters-Tariyel and Avtandil-were especially loved by the Azerbaijanis and incorporated into the treasury of male names
I hope This helps.


    Reference: http://azeri.org/Azeri/az_english/43_folder/43_articles/43_n...
1964
Turkey
Local time: 20:51
Native speaker of: Native in TurkishTurkish
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22 mins
See explanation below


Explanation:
It is a character from "The Knight in the Panther's Skin", written by the great Georgian poet Shota Rustaveli. I'm copying some links below. Good luck!:

"For example, the Azerbaijani translation of the epic "The Warrior in the Tiger's Skin," by the 12th century Georgian poet Shota Rustaveli, was very popular during the 1930s. Two characters-Tariyel and Avtandil-were especially loved by the Azerbaijanis and incorporated into the treasury of male names. However, Tinatin, the name of the heroine in the same epic, was rarely used in Azerbaijan."
(http://azeri.org/Azeri/az_english/43_folder/43_articles/43_n...

"Shota Rustaveli

One of the greatest representatives of the world literature - Shota Rustaveli lived in XII-XII cent. in Georgia, during the reigning of Queen Tamara. It was the time of political power of medieval Georgia and also the time of flourishing of its culture. There are many legends, telling us about poet's comprehensive education, his numeruos travels in different Eastern countries, Arabia, Bizantium, Greece.

A long before Renaissance he sang about the humanistic ideals, the feelings of love and friendship, courage and fortitude in the poem "The Knight in the Panther's Skin". Heroes of the poem are brave, philantropic, generous. They live and act in the name of a Man; they are ready to fight with evil and to restore a fairness. Heroes of Rustaveli are not nationally restricted. There are included different countries in the poem : Arabia, China, India.

Poem "The Knight in the Panther's Skin" has been translated into many languages. It has been first printed in 1712. In Georgia poem was illustrated by famous Georgian painter Kobuladze."
(http://www.parliament.ge/~nino/people/poet/rustav.html)






    Reference: http://sangha.net/countries/Georgia/shota.htm
    Reference: http://www.opentext.org.ge/art/RUSTAVEL.HTM
David Meléndez Tormen
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