From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Dadiani was a Georgian family of nobles, dukes and princes, and a ruling dynasty of the western Georgian province of Samegrelo. Presumably, the Dadiani descended from a certain Dadi, of the House of Vardanisdze. Appointed as hereditary eristavi (dukes) of Odishi (Samegrelo) in reward for their military services, the family had become the most powerful feudal house in western Georgia by the 1280s. At that time, the branches of the family governed also Svaneti and Guria. In the 19th century they were confirmed as knyaz Dadianov or Dadianovy (Дадиановы).

Main article:

English: Dadiani
Deutsch: Dadiani
ქართული: დადიანები
עברית: דאדיאני

List of members from the family:

ქართული: დადიანი
Dadiani (it); Dadiani (fr); Дадиани (ru); Dadiani (de); სამარგალოშ თარეფი (xmf); Дадиани (bg); Dadiani hanedanı (tr); ダディアニ家 (ja); Дадіані (uk); Dadiani (nl); Dadiani (ca); Dadiani (es); Dadiani (hu); Dadiani (en); דאדיאני (he); Dadianiové (cs); დადიანები (ka) дворянский род (ru); famille de nobles, ducs et princes qui régnait sur l'ouest de la Géorgie (fr); Adelsgeschlecht (de); Georgian family of nobles in Mingrelia (Samegrelo) (en); משפחת אצולה גאורגית (he); gruzínský knížecí rod (cs); grúz fejedelmi ház Mingréliában (hu) Владетельный князь Мегрелии (ru); Liste des souverains de Mingrelie (fr); Dadianov, Dadányi, Dadanyi (en); ოდიშის მთავრები, სამეგრელოს (ოდიშის) მთავრები, დადიანი (ka); Dadányi (hu)
Georgian family of nobles in Mingrelia (Samegrelo)
 CoA of the Most Serene Prince Dadian of Mingrelia.jpg 
Upload media
Wikipedia-logo-v2.svg  Wikipedia
Instance ofnoble family (Dadányi family)
Location Georgia
Authority control
Edit infobox data on Wikidata


This category has the following 22 subcategories, out of 22 total.










Media in category "Dadiani"

The following 32 files are in this category, out of 32 total.