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Makari of Leteti

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Makari of Leteti

Makari Leteteli Giorgi Grdzelis Dze (Georgian: მაკარი ლეთეთელი გიორგი გრძელის ძე) was a Georgian calligrapher and scholar of the 9th century.

Makari was from Georgian kingdom of Kartli (Iberia), from village of Leteti. He was relative of Patriarch Ephraim and the student of Gregory of Khandzta.

Makari worked in Jerusalem in Mar Saba. Makari in 864 AD created and wrote famous "Sinai Polykephalon".

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Makari of Leteti Wikipedia


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