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  1. 06/06/2022 · The Bagrationi dynasty (/bʌɡrʌtiˈɒni/; Georgian: ბაგრატიონი, romanized: bagrat'ioni [ bɑɡrɑtʼiɔni]) is a royal dynasty which reigned in Georgia from the Middle Ages until the early 19th century, being among the oldest extant Christian ruling dynasties in the world. In modern usage, the name of the dynasty is sometimes Hellenized and referred to as the Georgian ...

  2. 18/06/2022 · The second oldest Mkhedruli-written text is found in the 11th-century royal charters of King Bagrat IV of Georgia. Mkhedruli was mostly used then in the Kingdom of Georgia for the royal charters, historical documents, manuscripts and inscriptions.

    • Georgian
    • Uncertain, alphabetical order modelled on GreekGeorgian
  3. 03/06/2022 · Bagrat IV. Borena of Alania - second wife of Bagrat IV. Tamar the Great - led various campaigns against Muslim neighbors. Has a campaign focused on her. George I. Bagrat III the Unifier - unified all of Georgia under one crown. David the Builder - widely considered the best Georgian ruler of all time.

  4. Teimuraz I ( Georgian: თეიმურაზ I) (1589–1661), of the Bagrationi Dynasty, was a Georgian monarch who ruled, with intermissions, as King of Kakheti from 1605 to 1648 and also of Kartli from 1625 to 1633.

  5. 31/05/2022 · Amman, Jordan, May 31, 2022 The country of Georgia plans to open an Orthodox pilgrimage and Georgian cultural center on newly donated land near the site of the Baptism of Christ. Jordanian authorities handed over a 43,000 sq. ft. plot of land along the Jordan River, reports the Georgian Patriarchate.

  6. 09/06/2022 · Following the capture of the city, an extensive massacre occurred: Juvaynī claims a total of 270,000 right ears severed from corpses were counted following the assault, although this is undoubtedly an exaggerated figure. 22 Finally, he notes that there was nothing left of the city except its namesakes – i.e. flies.

  7. 03/06/2022 · In the century IV there was the civilizing work of Santa Nino, and at the ecumenical council of Nicaea, in 325, there was already a representative of the Georgian church. At first it was part of the patriarchate of Antioch; but from the sec. V onwards is in fact autocephalous. In the century VI Christianity was widespread in all parts of Georgia.