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  1. After Avag’s death in 1250, Gvantsa remarried the Georgian king David VII in 1252 and gave birth to a son, the future king Demetrius II of Georgia, in 1259. In the meantime, Khvashak was reared by the king’s trustee Sumbat Orbeli or Sadun of Mankaberdi (here the medieval sources diverge) and later given in marriage to Shams al-Din Juvayni , an influential minister at the Mongol Il-Khan ’s court.

  2. After Avag’s death in 1250, Gvantsa remarried the Georgian king David VII in 1252 and gave birth to a son, the future king Demetrius II of Georgia, in 1259. In the meantime, Khvashak was reared by the king’s trustee Sumbat Orbeli or Sadun of Mankaberdi (here the medieval sources diverge) and later given in marriage to Shams al-Din Juvayni , an influential minister at the Mongol Il-Khan ’s court.

  3. Gvantsa Kakhaberidze Gvantsa ( georgiano : გვანცა , o, arcaicamente , Guantsa, გუანცა; también transcrito como Gwantza , Gontza , Gontsa o Gonc'a ) (fallecida c. 1263) fue una reina consorte de Georgia como la tercera esposa del rey David VII "Ulu ” ( r. : 1245-1270).

  4. 11 de jun. de 2020 · Gvantsa Kakhaberidze, Queen of Georgia. Birthdate: estimated between 1189 and 1241. Death: 1262 (Put to death by Hulagu ) Immediate Family: Daughter of Duke Kakhaber IV Kakhaberidze. Wife of Atabeq of Giorgia Avag Mkhargrdzeli and David VII, King of Georgia. Mother of Khvashak Mkhargrdzeli and Demetrius II of Georgia.

  5. Gvantsa was a Queen Consort of Georgia as the third wife of King David VII “Ulu”.

  6. Gvantsa was a Queen Consort of Georgia as the third wife of King David VII “Ulu”.

  7. 20 de ago. de 2021 · After Avag’s death in 1250, Gvantsa remarried the Georgian king David VII in 1252 and gave birth to a son, the future king Demetrius II of Georgia, in 1259. In the meantime, Khvashak was reared by the king’s trustee Sumbat Orbeli or Sadun of Mankaberdi (here the medieval sources diverge) and later given in marriage to Shams al-Din Juvayni , an influential minister at the Mongol Il-Khan ’s court.