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  1. By 1490/91, the once powerful monarchy fragmented into three independent kingdoms – Kartli (central to eastern Georgia), Kakheti (eastern Georgia), and Imereti (western Georgia) – each led by a rival branch of the Bagrationi dynasty, and into five semi-independent principalities – Odishi-Mingrelia, Guria, Abkhazia, Svaneti, and Samtskhe – dominated by their own feudal clans.

  2. In 1028 he was imprisoned by Bagrat IV of Georgia, and died during captivity. His lands were absorbed by Georgia. In 1028, Klarjeti was annexed to Georgia: George I (გიორგი I) 998 or 1002 Son of Bagrat III and Martha: 1014–1027 16 August 1027 Mqinwarni or Itaroni aged 24/25 or 28/29: Kingdom of Georgia: Mariam of Vaspurakan c.1018 ...

  3. La primera monarquía unificada de Georgia se formó a finales del siglo X, cuando el curopalates David Bagrationi invadió el condado de Kartli-Iberia. Tres años más tarde, después de la muerte de su tío Teodosio el Ciego, el rey de Lázica Bagrat III heredó el trono de Abjasia.

  4. Giorgi I (Georgian: გიორგი I) (998 or 1002 – 16 August 1027), of the House of Bagrationi, was the king of Georgia from 1014 until his death in 1027. He was 2nd king of United Georgia after his Father Bagrat III. He spent most of his thirteen-year-long reign waging a bloody and fruitless territorial war with the Byzantine Empire

  5. Under him, Georgia established close international commercial ties, mainly with the Byzantine Empire, but also with the great European maritime republics, Genoa and Venice. George V also extended diplomatic relations to the Bahri dynasty of Egypt , achieving the restoration of several Georgian monasteries in Palestine to the Georgian Orthodox Church and gaining free passage for Georgian ...

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    This forced the successor Georgian Bagratid ruler Bagrat III to recognize the new rearrangement. Bagrat's son George I, however, inherited a longstanding claim to David's succession. George, who was young and ambitious, launched a campaign to restore the Kuropalates's succession to Georgia and occupied Tao in 1015–1016.

  7. The great noble houses of Georgia, capitalizing on the vacillating character of the king, sought to assert more autonomy for themselves; Tbilisi, the ancient capital of Kartli, remained in the hands of its Muslim rulers, and a local dynasty, for a time suppressed by George's energetic father Bagrat IV, maintained its precarious independence in the eastern region of Kakheti under the Seljuq ...