The Georgian Jews diaspora is antique.
We have been able to find out from the XI c. Georgian historical sources that the Jews first appeared and settled down in Kartli, after destruction of the first temple by Nabukhodonosor (586 B.C) and after their persecution from Jerusalem.
The Georgian Jews were considered ethnically and culturally distinct from neighboring Mountain Jews. They were also traditionally a highly separate group to the Ashkenazi Jews in Georgia, who arrived following the Russian annexation of Georgia.
We can see all the history about Jews in Georgia, by passing 21 towns and 43 Jewish heritage locations in whole Georgia: Synagogues, Jewish monuments having status of cultural heritage, Jewish museums, graves and Jewish archeology artifacts.