Scientists have discovered a previously missing piece of European lineage after successfully analysing remains of two ancient individuals found in western Georgia.
The archaeologists’ full report was released yesterday in the latest magazine, which revealed the huge importance of the finding.
One of the most popular words they use is ‘shechema’, which means - my brother. If you are a tourist and see a group of boys dressed in black and talking in a loud voice, you can be pretty certain that they are dzveli bichebi.
For Tbilisi, the style of Factory 27 is still a bit out-of-order.
Graffities, chairs in a yard, techno music and hip audience reminds rather on a real piece of Berlin in Georgia.
When in doubt, just follow the trail of sunflower seed shells that often litter the ground where they have been.
When it comes to dating, they only choose girls that they truly love. They are frequently involved in a kind of conflict between two households, similar to Romeo and Juliet.
Pleasant violin music is making the impression even better.
This place is good to have a nice dinner during a day, to chill out in the evenings or to go to hardcore clubbing at night - on Friday and Saturday at midnight the cafe morphs into a nightclub with live electronic music till morning with sets from local and international DJs.
You can live for a fraction of what you pay in the US and build a harem slowly and carefully.
The attitudes are more Russian than the Georgians would admit.
The discovery was made after geneticists successfully completed DNA sequencing – the process of determining succession of genes – from the remains discovered in the Kotias Klde rock shelter and the Satsurblia Cave sites.
Dating back 13,300 and 9,700 years respectively, the remains enabled the scientists to discover the previously unknown fourth component in the DNA of the ancient hunter-gatherers who migrated to Europe around 5,000 years ago.
Dzveli bichi The dzveli bichi or literally (old boy) is a species of man that has lived a somewhat darker existence.