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Mikaeli (Georgian: მიქაელი) was a Georgian calligrapher of the 9th century.[1]

He created his works in Shatberdi monastery of Tao-Klarjeti which was built by Gregory of Khandzta during the reign of Bagrat I of Iberia. In 897 Mikaeli with the request of Soprom Shatberdeli re-wrote Adysh Gospels which is kept in Historical-Ethnographical Museum of Svaneti, in Mestia. It was written on parchment.


  1. ^ ქართული საბჭოთა ენციკლოპედია, ტომი 7, გვერდი 24, თბილისი, 1984 Georgian Soviet Encyclopedia, Volume 7, page 24, Tbilisi, 1984