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Prince of Abkhazia
In 1996, the Abkhazian post issued a commemorative stamp for Prince Giorgi.
Died1918 (aged 71-72)
Giorgi Sharvashidze
FatherPrince Mikhail Sharvashidze
MotherPrincess Alexandra Dadiani

Prince Giorgi Mikhailovitch Sharvashidze, titular Prince of Abkhazia (b. 1846, d. 1918) was the son of Mikhail, Prince of Abkhazia. He was educated at the Page Corps, Saint Petersburg. Aide-de-camp to Grand Duke Michael Nikolaevich of Russia 1866.

Proclaimed as Prince of Abkhazia at Sukhumi, by the people after an uprising against the Russians, 29 July 1866. Arrested and deported to Orenburg.

He was granted the right to return to Abkhazia in 1905. He lived the rest of his life in Kutaisi.



Giorgi Mikhailovitch Sharvashidze House of Sharvashidze Titles in pretence Preceded byMikhail — TITULAR — Prince of Abkhazia 1866–1918Reason for succession failure:Principality incorporated into the Russian Empire in 1866 Succeeded byAlexander
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