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  1. David VII , también conocido como David Ulu ( georgiano : დავით VII ულუ ) (1215-1270), de la dinastía Bagrationi , fue rey de Georgia de 1247 a 1270, junto con su primo homónimo, David VI , de 1247 a 1259, cuando David VI, rebelándose contra la hegemonía mongol , se separó en la mitad occidental del reino, mientras que David VII fue relegado al gobierno de Georgia oriental.

  2. David VII of Georgia. David VII, also known as David Ulu (Georgian: დავით VII ულუ) (1215–1270), from the Bagrationi dynasty, was king of Georgia from 1247 to 1270, jointly with his namesake cousin, David VI, from 1247 to 1259, when David VI, revolting from the Mongol hegemony, seceded in the western moiety of the kingdom, while David VII was relegated to the rule of eastern ...

  3. David VII, also known as David Ulu (1215–1270), from the Bagrationi dynasty, was king of Georgia from 1247 to 1270, jointly with his namesake cousin, David VI, from 1247 to 1259, when David VI, revolting from the Mongol hegemony, seceded in the western moiety of the kingdom, while David VII was relegated to the rule of eastern Georgia.

  4. www.liquisearch.com › david_vii_of_georgia › lifeDavid VII of Georgia - Life

    In 1259, David Narin rose, unsuccessfully, against the Mongol yoke and, then, fled to Kutaisi, from whence he reigned over western Georgia (Imereti) as an independent ruler. In 1260, Hulagu Khan requested that David Ulu supported him in the war against Egypt. David, remembering the Georgian losses at Baghdad (1258) refused to comply and revolted.

  5. David VII, also known as David Ulu, from the Bagrationi dynasty, was king of Georgia from 1247 to 1270, jointly with his namesake cousin, David VI, from 12...

  6. David VII, also known as David Ulu (1215–1270), from the Bagrationi dynasty, was king of Georgia from 1247 to 1270, jointly with his namesake cousin, David VI, from 1247 to 1259, when David VI, revolting from the Mongol hegemony, seceded in the western moiety of the kingdom, while David VII was relegated to the rule of eastern Georgia. During his reign, Georgia went into further decline ...

  7. In 1259, David Narin rose, unsuccessfully, against the Mongol yoke and, then, fled to Kutaisi, from whence he reigned over western Georgia (Imereti) as an independent ruler. In 1260, Hulagu Khan requested that David Ulu supported him in the war against Egypt. David, remembering the Georgian losses at Baghdad (1258) refused to comply and revolted.