Hace 1 día · Georgian troops under David Soslan made a sudden advance into Basiani and assailed the enemy's camp in 1203 or 1204. In a pitched battle, the Seljukid forces managed to roll back several attacks of the Georgians but were eventually overwhelmed and defeated.
- 2400-2150 BC
- Hereditary monarchy, Triarchy (1249–1254), Diarchy (1257–1262)
- Nicaea (İznik), (1077–1096), Iconium (Konya), (1096–1308), Sebastia (Sivas), (1211–1220)
- Sunni Islam (official), Greek Orthodox (subjects)
Hace 6 días · David Soslan, Alanian prince and king consort; 1208. January 15 – Pierre de Castelnau, French priest (assassinated) January 28 – Julian of Cuenca, Spanish bishop (b. 1127) February 18 – Mark ibn Kunbar, Egyptian Coptic priest; April 22 – Philip of Poitou (or Poitiers), bishop of Durham; June 21 – Philip of Swabia, king of ...
Soslan was a much more supportive husband, and King Tamar soon made him king consort. But according to Rejected Princesses , Bogolyubsky didn't take too kindly to the divorce and exile. Ganging up with a few nobles who also opposed King Tamar and convincing the sultan of Erzurum to conquer Georgia, Bogolyubsky led two different ...
16 de mar. de 2023 · - Soslan Asbarov vs. Brandon Glanton, 10 rounds, crucero - Hasibullah Ahmadi vs. Dana Coolwell, 8 rounds, pluma Djamel Dahou vs. Allan Kamote, 8 rounds, lighero - Ruslan Fayfer vs. German García Montes, 8 rounds, pesado - Kureysh Sagov vs. Ali Baloyev, 8 rounds, crucero - Abdul Khan vs. Jaskaran Singh, 8 rounds, superpluma
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17 de mar. de 2023 · Soslan Asbarov vs. Brandon Glanton, peso crucero. Samat Abdyrakhmanov vs. Nicolas David Veron, peso medio. Kureysh Sagov vs Ali Baloyev, peso crucero. Ruslan Fayfer vs Germán García Montes, ...
David Soslan: King consort of Georgia in the late 12th and early 13th century. He is known for his victories over Turkic groups which solidified Georgian dominance over the Caucasus. David the Builder : A 12th-century Georgian King who expelled the Seljuks from the country and ushered in the Georgian Golden Age.