(აგიაშვილი) was a Georgian
noble family, whose roots can be traced back to the 12th century. The members were entitled as the joint-High Constables of the Kingdom of Imereti
, and held the key fortress of Ts'uts'khvat'i near Kutaisi
in western Georgia. After the Russian
annexation of Imereti, they were received among the princely
nobility of the Empire in 1850 (Агиашвили, Агияшвили).