En Georgia, el rey David IV es llamado Agmashenebeli (el Constructor). Los sucesores de David Agmashenebeli (los reyes Demetrio I, David V y Jorge III) continuaron la política de expansión de Georgia subordinando a la mayoría de los clanes y tribus montañeses de la Caucasia del Norte y consolidando además las posiciones georgianas en Shirván.
Paternal grandson of Vakhtang V. He proved to be incompetent and addicted to alcohol. Unable to maintain order in his possessions, he was replaced, in June 1716, with a brother, Vakhtang, who had finally agreed to renounce Christianity. After Ottoman invasion in Georgia that led to Vakhtang's escape, Jesse could return to the throne.
In 1302, he was replaced by his brother, Vakhtang III. After the death of both his elder brothers – David and Vakhtang – George became a regent for David's son, George VI, who died underage in 1313, allowing George V to be crowned king for a second time.
Wikipedia ha un'edizione in lingua georgiana (ka.wikipedia.org) Collegamenti esterni. EN) Lingua georgiana, su Enciclopedia Britannica, Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. (EN) Lingua georgiana, su Ethnologue: Languages of the World, Ethnologue. (EN) Grammatica georgiana on-line, su armazi.com.