Ingilos



ETHNONYMS: Self-designation: Ingilo (eli). The word "Ingilo" is of relatively recent origin; it has been associated with the Old Turkish word yangili ("newly converted").


Bibliography

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Changashvili, G. Z. (1970). Saingilo: Geographic-historical Study (in Georgian). Tbilisi.


Dumbadze, M. (1953). Iz istorii Vostochnoi Kakhetii ( Saingilo ) (From the history of Eastern Kakheti [Saingilo]). Tbilisi.

von Plotto, A. (1870). "Priroda i liudi Zakatal'skogo okruga" (Ecology and people of the Zakatal district). Sbornik Svedenii o Kavkazskikh Gortsakh (Tbilisi) 4.

NUGZAR MGELADZE (Translated by Kevin Tuite)

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