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  1. David Soslan fue un miembro de la casa real de Alania (Ovseti o Oseti en el fuentes georgianas), un reino cristiano ortodoxo en el Cáucaso septentrional con un histórico de matrimonios con la dinastía Bagrationi de Georgia.

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    David Soslan's status as Tamar's husband, as well as his presence in art, on charters and on coins, was strictly dictated by the necessity of male aspects of kingship, but he remained a subordinate ruler who shared the throne with Tamar but had no independent authority, his power being derived from his reigning spouse.

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    David Soslan Personal details Died 1207 Spouse(s) Tamar of Georgia Religion Georgian Orthodox Church Signature

    David Soslan's genealogy suggested by Prince Vakhushti. David Soslan was a member of the royal house which ruled Alania (Ovseti or Oseti in the Georgian sources; hence, the modern designation of Ossetia), an Orthodox Christian kingdom in the North Caucasus, and frequently intermarried with the Bagrationi dynasty of Georgia. An anonymous chronicler, writing during the reign of George IV Lasha (son of Tamar and David Soslan; 1212–1223), ascribes to Soslan a Bagratid ancestry. A version of ...

    A coin issued in the name of Tamar and David in 1200 Tamar married David Soslan at the Didube Palace near Tbilisi between 1187 and 1189 after she divorced her first husband, the Rus' prince Yuri Bogolyubsky. As the Armenian chronicler Mkhitar Gosh reports in his Ishatarakan ("Memorabilia"), Tamar "married a man from the Alan kingdom, her relative on the mother’s side, whose name was Soslan, named David upon his ascension to the throne". In contrast to Yuri who was a candidate of the ...

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

  4. 10/06/2020 · David Soslan (Georgian: დავით სოსლანი) (died 1207) was a prince from Alania and second husband of Queen Tamar, whom he married in c. 1189. He is chiefly known for his military exploits during Georgia’s wars against its Muslim neighbors. David Soslan's genealogy suggested by Prince Vakhushti.

    • estimated between 1128 and 1188
    • June 10, 2020
    • circa 1207
    • Caspian Jamshid Bernard Chaikar ...
  5. David Soslan himself is also an AI player name. David Soslan appears in three consecutive scenarios in the Tamar campaign. He is depicted as a Champion with faster speed, higher attack, more hit points, more line of sight, and more armor, but with the same attack bonuses and attack speed. As a hero, he cannot be converted and can regenerate health.

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    WikiProject Biography Summer 2007 Assessment Drive The article may be improved by following the WikiProject Biography 11 easy steps to producing at least a B article. -- Yamara05:15, 6 July 2007 (UTC)

    Abaev's article on Soslan's origins (and the website hosting it in general) pretty clearly takes sides, so it is better to insert the link in the passage which deals with the controversy itself. Furthermore, the Tsarazon theory is already mentioned in the text, which intentionally follows the sources about David and theories about his origins in a chronological sequence to avoid giving one of them preference over others. Mentioning Tsarazon theory twice, plus within the lead sentence and adding the phrase "would have belonged" clearly gives preference to one of these theories. --KoberTalk15:30, 2 January 2011 (UTC) 1. So. How can you explain your deletion of ossetic language? --Bouron (talk) 22:18, 30 January 2011 (UTC) 1. 1.1. Would you please provide any Ossetian spelling of his name from the contemporary sources? I'm restoring it, but still waiting for your version. The 20th-century modification of the Cyrillic script next to the name of the 12th-century Georgian general looks pr...

    For many years it was accepted without question that Tamar's descendants were male-line Bagratids because her consort David Soslan was alleged to be a Bagratid. Those myths were debunked decades ago and it's long since been clarified that we don't know his patriline or even precise kinship with Tamar. Wikipedia articles on the Bagrationi, like this one, have recently been seeing re-insertion of the myth back into documented history, ignoring the lack of authoritative sources and ignoring or soft-peddling the now prevalent doubt that Soslan's male-line ancestry can be traced to the Bagrationi dynasty. It is worse than a grave disservice to Wikipedia, its readership and the dynasty itself to revive this speculation (which is often also used to buttress the claim that the Bagrationi are the "oldest" dynasty in Europe, ignoring the lineages of both the Capetian dynasty and the Irish royal families). Strong, reputable, unambiguous sources are needed to make any assertions about David Sos...

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