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Georgia ranks 43rd in number of biographies on Pantheon, behind Uruguay, Slovakia, and Bulgaria. Memorable people born in present day Georgia include Joseph Stalin, Attila, and Darius the Great. Memorable people who died in Georgia include Eduard Shevardnadze, Tamar of Georgia, and Maximus the Confessor. Georgia has been the birth place of many politicians, and soccer players and the death place of many politicians, and writers.

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People

Between 550 BC and 2005, present day Georgia was the birth place of 405 globally memorable people, including Joseph Stalin, Attila, and Darius the Great. Additionaly, 119 globally memorable people have passed away in present day Georgia including Eduard Shevardnadze, Tamar of Georgia, and Maximus the Confessor.

People Born in Present Day Georgia

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People Deceased in Present Day Georgia

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Occupations

Most individuals born in present day Georgia were politicians (108), soccer players (55), writers (35), wrestlers (33), and singers (21),  while most who died were politicians (34), writers (22), soccer players (10), actors (7), and athletes (6).

Over the past 100 years, soccer players have been the top profession of globally memorable people born in present day Georgia, including Murtaz Khurtsilava, Mikheil Meskhi, and David Kipiani. Whereas, throughout history, politicians have been the profession with the most memorable people born in present day Georgia, including Joseph Stalin, Attila, and Darius the Great.

Places

Overlapping Lives

Below is a visual represetation of the lifespans of the top 25 globally memorable people born in present day Georgia since 1700.