Amargeti is a picturesque village located 25 km east of Paphos. During the period of Frankish and Venetian rule, the village belonged to a feudal lord. Specifically, the French historian Louis de Mas Latri includes Amargeti in the list of villages that were feudal during these periods. During the period of Frankish and Venetian rule feudalism developed as the dominant institution of so-called feudalism, which in turn constituted a political and social system of land ownership during the Middle Ages. The village is traced on the old maps, with the name "Margieti". It is possible that the name of Amargeti is associated with the female franc name Amargueti. A widespread view is that the name of the community comes from a princess named Margot, who owned Amargeti as a feud.