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The Amilkhvari was a noble house of Georgia which rose to prominence in the fifteenth century and held a large fiefdom in central Georgia until the Imperial Russian annexation of the country in 1801. They were hereditary marshals (amilakhvar/amilakhor) of Georgia from c. 1433, from which the family takes its name. Subsequently, the family was received among the princes (knyaz) of the Empire under the name of Amilakhvarov (Амилахваровы, Амилохваровы, 1825) and Amilakhvari (Амилахвари, 1850).

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ქართული: ამილახვრები
English: Amilakhvari
Español: Amilajvari
Русский: Амилахвари

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ქართული: ამილახვარი
Français : Amilachvari
<nowiki>Амилахвари; Amilajvari; Amilakhvari; ამილახვრები; Amilakhvari; ამილახვარეფი; אמילחווארי; Amilakhvari; Adelsgeschlecht; family; משפחת אצולה גאורגית; родина шляхетного походження; adellijke familie; Амилахваровы; Амилахоровы; אמילאחווארי; Amilakvari</nowiki>
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