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Many marriages were arranged between families where the bride had little say in the choice of her husband.
Sometimes love or affection grew but when love didn’t flourish some husbands were cruel.
All that have specific traditions and customs, folklore, cuisine, and dress and may speak a different language.
Ajarans, unlike the Eastern Orthodox majority, are mostly Sunni Muslims.
There are some exceptions, such as Jews, who speak Georgian as a native language and have surnames with Georgian endings, but historically have had a distinct cultural identity.
Almost half the land is in agricultural use, with much of the remainder consisting of forests and high mountains.
Land use varies with local climatic and soil patterns.
Tbilisi, the capital, was founded by King Vakhtang Gorgasali in the fifth century, and continues to be the most important political and cultural center of the country.
The term "Georgian" does not derive from Saint George but from the ancient Persian Gurg or Gorg, meaning wolf, "supposedly a totemic symbol, or from the Greek georgios ("farmer," "cultivator of land").
Self-identification is based mainly on linguistic tradition, and population groups that belong to different ethno-linguistic groups, such as Ossetians, Abkhazians, Armenians, Greeks, and Kurds, are not considered Georgian.