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  1. www.fisheries.noaa.gov › region › southeastSoutheast | NOAA Fisheries

    Right whale #3853 swimming north offshore of South Carolina on Jan. 20, 2011 with a series of fresh propeller wounds running across its back. The whale was observed 5 days previously offshore of Georgia without propeller wounds. It is unknown whether the whale survived its wounds or not, as it has not been re-sighted since.

  2. Watching his kingdom slip into chaos, George II ceded the crown to his 16-year-old son David in 1089. Although the historical tradition founded by Prince Vakhushti in the 18th century and followed by Marie-Félicité Brosset in the 19th states that David succeeded George upon his death, a number of surviving documents suggest that George died around 1112, and that although he retained the ...

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › VardziaVardzia - Wikipedia

    The History of Georgia also relates how Vardzia escaped the Mongol invaders in the 1290s. The monastery, according to chronicles, contained large amount of valuables from silver, gold and precious stones, indicating its economic prosperity. Construction on the site continued also after Tamar's death.

  4. 04/01/2022 · There are three women named Tamar in Scripture. One Tamar, the beautiful daughter of Absalom, is only mentioned in passing in 2 Samuel 14:27; this Tamar became the mother of Queen Maacah, who married King Rehoboam. The other two Tamars are both tragic figures, women who were ruined by the neglect and abuse of close family members.

  5. 17/08/2020 · L.A. Times entertainment news from Hollywood including event coverage, celebrity gossip and deals.

  6. History. The current flag was used by the Georgian patriotic movement following the country's independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. By the late 1990s, the design had become widely known as the Georgian historical national flag, as vexillologists had pointed out the red-on-white Jerusalem cross shown as the flag of Tbilisi in a 14th-century map by Domenico and Francesco Pizzigano.

  7. Esta fue la máxima extensión territorial de Georgia en toda su historia. La reina Tamar era llamada «Reina de los Abjasios, Kartvélicos, Ranes, Kajes y Armenios, Shirvan-Shajine y Shaj-in-Shajine, Soberana del Oriente y del Occidente». Los historiadores georgianos la denominan frecuentemente "Reina Tamar la Grande".