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Platon Ioseliani 
Georgian historian
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Date of birth15 November 1810
Date of death15 November 1875
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English: Platon Ioseliani (1810–1875) was a Georgian historian. Educated at St Petersburg Theological Academy, he then taught physics and philosophy at Tbilisi Theological Seminary and later served for the office of the Viceroy of the Caucasus. His one of the last major works, that on the reign of the last king of Georgia, George XII (1798-1800), was published posthumously in the Georgian magazine Iveria in 1880. Ioseliani was married to Princess Ana Bagration-Mukhraneli (1839-1913).

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