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  1. Hace 5 días · Demetrius of Georgia (დემეტრე) (1177–78) Son of David V, had the support of the Orbeli noble family. Tamar I the Great (თამარ მეფე) c.1160 Daughter of George III and Burdukhan of Alania: 1184–1213 18 January 1213 Agarani aged 52/53: Kingdom of Georgia: Yury Bogolyubsky c.1185 (annulled 1187) no ...

  2. 30 de abr. de 2024 · David IV (born 1073—died 1125) was the king of Georgia (1089–1125). Sometimes known as David II, he became co-ruler with his father, Giorgi II, in 1089. David defeated the Turks in the Battle of Didgori (1122) and captured Tbilisi. Under his leadership, Georgia became the strongest state in Caucasia.

  3. Hace 2 días · Demetrius I attempted to restore Seleucid power in Judea particularly, but was overthrown in 150 BC by Alexander Balas—an impostor who (with Egyptian backing) claimed to be the son of Epiphanes. Alexander Balas reigned until 145 BC when he was overthrown by Demetrius I's son, Demetrius II Nicator.

  4. Hace 2 días · Georgia is a mountainous country situated almost entirely in the South Caucasus, while some slivers of the country are situated north of the Caucasus Watershed in the North Caucasus. [164] [165] The country lies between latitudes 41° and 44° N, and longitudes 40° and 47° E, with an area of 67,900 km 2 (26,216 sq mi).

  5. Hace 3 días · Georgia, country of Transcaucasia located at the eastern end of the Black Sea on the southern flanks of the Greater Caucasus Mountains. It was the site of the ancient kingdom of Iberia and of the medieval Bagratid dynasty.

  6. 30 de abr. de 2024 · In the fresco, King Demetrius is killed by two princes (Eristavi) with a sword. One of them is the Eristavi of Svan - Vardanisdze. The church built with hewn stone indicates that Svaneti is one of the oldest centers of Georgian culture, spirituality, and statehood development.

  7. 15 de may. de 2024 · note 1: strategically located east of the Black Sea; Georgia controls much of the Caucasus Mountains and the routes through them note 2: the world's four deepest caves are all in Georgia, including two that are the only known caves on earth deeper than 2,000 m: Krubera Cave at -2,197 m (-7,208 ft; reached in 2012) and Veryovkina Cave at -2,212 (-7,257 ft; reached in 2018)