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Modern artist's rendition of Rustaveli Born Rustavi, Died Resting place (undisclosed) Pen name Rustveli poet Occupation,,,, Nationality Citizenship Alma mater Academy in Period Reign of Queen Georgian Golden Age Genre, Notable works Shota Rustaveli (: შოთა რუსთაველი, c. 1160—after c. 1220), known simply as Rustaveli, was a medieval poet. He is considered to be the preeminent poet of the and one of the greatest contributors to. Rustaveli is the author of, which is considered to be a Georgian national. Contents • • • • • • • • • Biography [ ] Little, if anything, is known about Rustaveli from contemporary sources. Shota Rustaveli was born in 1166.

One thousand years of manga book. He start serving as a Minister of Finance in 1191. His poem itself, namely the prologue, provides a clue to his identity: the poet identifies himself as 'a certain Rustveli.' 'Rustveli' is not a surname, but a territorial epithet that can be interpreted as 'of/from/holder of Rustavi'. Later Georgian authors from the 15th through 18th centuries are more informative; they are almost unanimous in identifying him as Shota Rustaveli, a name that is preserved on a fresco and a document from the formerly Georgian at. The fresco was described by the Georgian pilgrim in 1757/58 and rediscovered by a team of Georgian scholars in 1960.

The same Jerusalem document speaks of Shota as a sponsor of the monastery and a ('high treasurer'), echoing a popular legend that Rustaveli was a minister at ’s court and retired to the monastery at an advanced age. Both a folk tradition and the 17th-century royal poet identify Rustaveli as a native of the southern Georgian region of, where his home village Rustavi was located (not to be confused with the modern-day city of near ). He is assumed to have been born between 1160 and 1165. A legend states that Rustaveli was educated at the medieval Georgian academies of and, and then in ' (i.e., the ).