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  1. Simon of Imereti. Simon ( Georgian: სიმონი) (died 1701), of the Bagrationi dynasty, was king ( mepe) of Imereti from 1699 to 1701. An illegitimate son of Alexander IV of Imereti, he was brought up at the court of Erekle I of Kartli, while Imereti was embroiled in the civil war among several claimants to the throne.

  2. King of Imereti. Constantine I and Michael I, kings of Imeretia (Gelati fresco).jpg 640 × 480; 284 KB 640 × 480; 284 KB

  3. 17 de mar. de 2010 · English: Kings of Imereti - Constantine I (1293-1327) & Michael I (1327-1329). Mural from the Gelati church

  4. Constantine I (his father), Alexander I, Vakhtang IV (his son) and George VIII (his son) In order to reduce the power of frequently rebellious aristocracy, he opposed them by appointing his sons – Vakhtang, Demetre, and George – as his co-rulers in Kakheti, Imereti and Kartli, respectively.

  5. 21 de abr. de 2024 · Heads of House of Imereti after 1815. Since Solomon II of Imereti had no sons, he proclaimed Prince Constantine, son of king David II of Imereti, and his male-line senior descendants as heirs to the throne of the Kingdom of Imereti. Hereditary Prince Constantine (I) (1815–1844), son of king David II

  6. Prince Constantine was a son of King David II of Imereti and Ana Orbeliani. At the age of three, he was surrendered by his father as a hostage to Solomon II, who had won a power struggle and dethroned David in 1791. When David attempted to reclaim the throne in 1792, Solomon had Constantine incarcerated in the castle of Mukhuri. [1]

  7. Constantine I (Georgian: კონსტანტინე I, Konstantine I; died 1327), from the House of Bagrationi, was king of the western Georgian kingdom of ...