Demetrius, son of Alexander I of Georgia Demetrius ( Dimitri; Georgian: დიმიტრი) ( c. 1413 – 1453) was the second son of King Alexander I of Georgia by his first wife Dulandukht Orbeliani. He was co-king with his father from 1433 to 1442 and with his brother Vakhtang IV from 1442 to 1446.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Bagrationi was a 12th–13th century Georgian princess of the royal Bagrationi dynasty. She was a daughter of King Demetrius I of Georgia, sister of the kings David V and George III and Princess Rusudan. She was a paternal aunt of the famous Queen Tamar of Georgia . She was a wife of Iziaslav II of Kiev.
"Demetrius II goes to the Khan", by Henryk Hryniewski. Son of King David VII and his wife Gvantsa, Demetrius was only 2 years old when his mother was killed by the Mongols in 1261. He succeeded on his father's death in 1270, when he was 11 years old. He ruled under the regency of Sadun Mankaberdeli for some time.
დემეტრე I საქართველოს მეფე (1125-1156) Demetre I, King of Georgia, 1093-1156 VIAF ID: 21424883 ( Personal )
En 1177, los nobles del reino se levantaron contra el rey y proclamaron al príncipe Demna (Demetrio) como "Rey cierto y lícito de Georgia". Siendo hijo del difunto hermano mayor de Jorge III, David V, Demna fue considerado por muchos como legítimo pretendiente al trono.
Demetrio may refer to: Demetrio, a variant of the name Demetrius Demetrio (Metastasio), an opera libretto in three acts by Pietro Metastasio Demetrio (1773), set by Josef Mysliveček Demetrio (1779), reset by Josef Mysliveček Demetrio (Mayr), set by Simon Mayr See also [ edit] Demetrius (disambiguation) San Demetrio (disambiguation)
English: Saint King Demetre II the Self-sacrificer or Demetre tavdadebuli (1259-1289) from the Bagrationi dynasty, was king of Georgia in 1270-1289. Subcategories This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.