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  1. David Soslan (en georgiano: დავით სოსლანი) (?-1207) fue un príncipe de Alania y segundo marido de la reina de Tamar de Georgia, desde 1189. Es principalmente conocido por sus proezas militares durante las guerras de Georgia contra sus vecinos musulmanes.

    • 1207
    • Iraní
  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › David_SoslanDavid Soslan - Wikipedia

    David Soslan (Georgian: დავით სოსლანი, romanized: davit soslani) (died 1207) was a prince from Alania and second husband of king Tamar, whom he married in c. 1189. He is chiefly known for his military exploits during Georgia's wars against its Muslim neighbors.

  3. 20 de ene. de 2020 · Tamar had a large Georgian army assemble, and David Soslan led it to victory over the several days long Battle of Basiani in 1202 CE. A Muslim counterattack several years later failed and in 1206 CE, Georgian forces occupied Erzurum and Kars. David Soslan died in 1207 CE, but the Georgian expeditions to the southeast continued unabated.

  4. academia-lab.com › enciclopedia › tamar-de-georgiaTamar de Georgia _ AcademiaLab

    Alarmado por los éxitos georgianos, Süleymanshah II, el renaciente sultán selyúcida de Rûm, reunió a sus emires vasallos y marchó contra Georgia, pero su campamento fue atacado y destruido por David Soslan en la batalla de Basian en 1203 o 1204.

  5. The Georgian army, numbering 65,000–90,000 troops, was ready for battle within ten days, and as soon as Rukn ad-Din's envoy left, it entered the battlefield under the command of David Soslan. It was composed of Zakaria and Ivane Mhargrdzeli, Shalva and Ivane Akhaltskheli, and other famous commanders. "

    • July 27, 1202
  6. 15 de mar. de 2019 · The second name was David Soslan, who was a military leader and husband of the Georgian queen at the time, Tamar. He played a key role in leading Georgian forces in battles several decades later,...

  7. He was David Soslan, an Alan prince, to whom the 18th-century Georgian scholar Prince Vakhushti ascribes descent from the early 11th-century Georgian king George I. David, a capable military commander, became Tamar's major supporter and was instrumental in defeating the rebellious nobles who rallied behind Yuri.