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Cult service tradition in Georgia

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The article deals with the cult service in Georgia, which was established in  ancient era. We have not written sources, but oral folklore and ethnographic  materials contain information about worshipping of divinities and some ritual  actions. It seems that oldest system was worshipping of chthonic divinities and it  forms the divine hierarchy in archaic religious system. So in the ritual practice of  Georgians cultivation o9f land was the main element. It promoted the religious  picture and ritual practice in Georgia.

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http://journal.ibsu.edu.ge/index.php/ibsusj/article/view/14

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