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  1. 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 ...

  2. Bagrat's reign secured a victory for the Bagratids of Georgia, ending the power-struggles that had plagued the region for centuries. Bagrat had a peaceful foreign policy, successfully avoiding conflicts with the Byzantines and nearby Muslim realms, even though some of David's territory, such as Tao and Tbilisi , remained in Byzantine and Arab control, respectively.

  3. 9. Why did the Vikings come to Georgia? A.To support King Bagrat IV. B. To support Liparit Bagvashi. C. To fight against King Bagrat IV. 10. What do we learn about the Vikings from the text? A.3000 of them participated in the final battle. B. They lost the battle against the enemy. C. They fought together with Meskhi warriors.

  4. tr.wikipedia.org › wiki › HopaHopa - Vikipedi

    Eski kaynaklarda Gürcistan kralı IV. Bagrat 'ın (1027-1072) 1040’larda Hupati Kalesi'ni kuşattığının belirtilmesi eskiden Hopa'nın sağlam bir kalesi bulunduğunu göstermektedir. [9] Nitekim bu kale günümüzde kentin içinde, Hopa Deresi’nin denize döküldüğü yerde, derenin sağ kıyısında bir tepenin üzerinde yer almaktadır.

  5. cs.wikipedia.org › wiki › GruzieGruzie – Wikipedie

    Gruzie proto v roce 2009 požádala pobaltské republiky, aby ruský název nepoužívaly a přešly na doporučené jméno Georgia pro estonštinu a Georgija pro litevštinu. [11] Dějiny [ editovat | editovat zdroj ]

  6. 9. Why did the Vikings come to Georgia? A.To support Liparit Bagvashi. B. To fight against King Bagrat IV. C. To support King Bagrat IV. 10. What do we learn about the Vikings from the text? A.3000 of them participated in the final battle. B. They lost the battle against the enemy. C. They fought together with Meskhi warriors.

  7. The Russian nobility (Russian: Дворянство Dvoryanstvo) arose in the 14th century and essentially governed Russia until the October Revolution of 1917. The Russian word for nobility, Dvoryanstvo (дворянство), derives from the Russian word dvor (двор), meaning the Court of a prince or duke (kniaz) and later, of the tsar. A noble was called dvoryanin (pl. dvoryane). As in ...