Category:Davit Guramishvili

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Davit Guramishvili (es); Davit Guramishvili (fr); David Guramišvili (hr); Гурамишвили, Давид Георгиевич (ru); Dawit Guramischwili (de); Davit Guramishvili (en-gb); داویت گورامیشویلی (fa); Davit Guramishvili (ca); Davit Guramishvili (da); დავით გურამიშვილი (ka); デビッド・グラミシュビリ (ja); Դավիթ Գուրամաշվիլի (hy); Davit Guramishvili (sq); David Guramisjvili (sv); Dawit Guramiszwili (pl); Ґурамішвілі Давид Георгійович (uk); Davit Guramishvili (nl); داویت قورامیشویلی (azb); Davit Guramišvili (fi); דוד גורמישווילי (he); 다비트 구라미슈빌리 (ko); Davit Guramishvili (en); Davit Guramishvili (en-ca); David Guramišvili (sl); Guramishvili David (uz) poeta georgiano (es); জর্জীয় কবি (bn); poète géorgien (fr); Gruusia luuletaja (et); poeta georgià (ca); georgischer Dichter (de); Georgian poet (en-gb); شاعر اهل گرجستان (fa); georgisk digter (da); ქართველი პოეტი (ka); משורר גאורגי (he); dichter uit Georgië (-1792) (nl); poet georgian (ro); poeta xeorxiano (gl); 조지아 시인 (ko); Georgian poet (en); Georgian poet (en-ca); شاعر جورجي (ar); poet gjeorgjian (sq) Гурамишвили Давид, Давид Гурамишвили, Давид Георгиевич Гурамишвили, Гурамишвили, Давид, Гурамишвили Давид Георгиевич, Гурамишвили, Давит (ru); გურამიშვილი (ka); Давид Гурамішвілі, Гурамішвілі Давид Георгійович, Гурамішвілі, Гурамішвілі Давид, Давид Георгійович Гурамішвілі, Давид Ґурамішвілі (uk); Davit Guramishvili (fi)
Davit Guramishvili 
Georgian poet
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Date of birth1705
Saguramo (Kingdom of Kartli)
Date of death21 July 1792 (in Julian calendar)
Myrhorod
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English: Prince Davit Guramishvili (1705–1792) was a Georgian poet who authored the finest pieces of pre-Romantic Georgian literature. His poetic talents thrived far from his motherland, being forced by personal misfortunes and turmoil in Georgia to spend several years in the Russian military service until his retirement to his small Ukrainian estate at Myrhorod where he made eighty-seven years of his tragic and turbulent life into one cycle of autobiographical poetry, the Davitiani, which he sent to Georgia through a Georgian embassy returning from the Russian empire in 1787.

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