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  1. 10/05/2022 · David Soslan 1189 two children Co-ruler with her father since 1178. Ruled in a period of political and military successes and cultural achievements, presiding the peak of the Georgian Golden Age. George IV the Resplendent (გიორგი IV ლაშა) c.1191 Son of David Soslan and Queen Tamar: 1213–1223 18 January 1223 Bagavan aged 31 ...

  2. "David of Sassoun" is an Armenian national epic that developed towards the Middle Ages during the Arab occupation of Armenia. Traditional Armenian arms and armour seem to be reflected in it. In this oral tale, the warrior wears a padded helmet, a mail shirt, and a lamellar cuirass plus metal leg defenses and a large shield.

  3. 03/05/2022 · I created my podcast to give a voice to all the influential women in history books that never get a side of the story. Here you can learn about the lives of some of history’s greatest women.

  4. 10/05/2022 · The Eldiguzid atabeg Abu Bakr attempted to stem the Georgian advance, but suffered a defeat at the hands of David Soslan at the Battle of Shamkor and lost his capital to a Georgian protégé in 1195. Although Abu Bakr was able to resume his reign a year later, the Eldiguzids were only barely able to contain further Georgian forays.

  5. 15/05/2022 · Soslan-David (died c. 1767) Alexander (1770–1844) who headed several insurrections against the Russian rule in Georgia between 1800 and 1832. Archil (died c. 1771) Luarsab (born 1772; died young) Ekaterina (1774–1818), married in 1793 Prince Giorgi Irubakidzé-Cholokashvili.

  6. 22/05/2022 · The main event of his reign was a war with Georgia. Queen Tamar of Georgia sent a massive army under her husband, David Soslan, who made a bold attack on Sulayman's camp. There were heavy casualties on both sides, but Sulayman was wounded and his army forced to retreat.

  7. 03/05/2022 · David Soslan's status of a king consort, as well as his presence in art, on charters, and on coins, was dictated by the necessity of male aspects of kingship, but he remained a subordinate ruler...