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  1. Yury Bogolyubsky ( Russian: Юрий Боголюбский ), known as Giorgi Rusi ( Georgian: გიორგი რუსი, George the Rus') in the Kingdom of Georgia, was a Rus' prince of Novgorod (1172–1175). Born around 1160, [1] He was married to Queen Tamar of Georgia from 1185 until being divorced and exiled in 1188. Contents 1 Reign 2 Marriage and revolt

    • Reign
    • Marriage and Revolt
    • Legacy and Popular Culture

    Son of Grand Prince Andrei Bogolyubsky of Vladimir-Suzdal, he ruled Novgorod from 1172 to 1175. He was dethroned and expelled after the murder of his father in 1175. Defeated in a series of internal wars, he finally found a shelter in the Northern Caucasus in the late 1170s. He was found among the Kipchak, with whom he hoped to restore his rights t...

    In 1185, Georgian nobles arranged a marriage of Prince Yury with Queen Tamar of Georgia. As her husband, he commanded, in 1186–1187, a Georgian army which successfully raided the Seljuk possessions of Rüm in the west and the Eldiguzids in Arran in the east. However, Tamar soon got disappointed in her husband and divorced him in 1187. Said to be a h...

    Tamar's marriage to the Rus prince Yuri became a subject of two resonant prose works in modern Georgia. Shalva Dadiani's play, originally entitled The Unfortunate Russian (უბედური რუსი; 1916–1926), was attacked by the Soviet critics for distorting the "centuries-long friendship of the Russian and Georgian peoples." Under the Communist Party pressur...

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    Yury Bogolyubsky Married to Queen Regnant Tamar of Georgia, he was a consort of the Kingdom of Georgia from 1185 until being expelled from the country in 1188. Son of Grand Prince Andrei Bogolyubsky of Vladimir-Suzdal, he ruled Novgorod from 1172 to 1175.

  3. 30/04/2022 · Yury Bogolyubsky (Russian: Ю́рий Боголю́бский), known as Giorgi Rusi (Georgian: გიორგი რუსი, George the Rus) in Georgia, was a Rus' prince of Novgorod (1172–1175). Married to Queen Regnant Tamar of Georgia, he was a consort of the Kingdom of Georgia from 1185 until being expelled from the country in 1188. Son of Grand Prince Andrei Bogolyubsky of ...

    • estimated between 1123 and 1175
    • Caspian Jamshid Bernard Chaikar ...
    • circa 1188
    • Príncipe de Novgorod 1172-1175
  4. Yury Bogolyubsky, known as Giorgi Rusi (George the Rus') in the Kingdom of Georgia, was a Rus' prince of Novgorod (1172–1175). Born around 1160, He was married to Queen Tamar of Georgia from 1185 until being divorced and exiled in 1188. This page uses content from the English Wikipedia. The original content was at Yury Bogolyubsky.

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  5. Andrew I, his Russian name in full, Andrey Yuryevich Bogolyubsky, also referred to as Andrei I Yuryevich and Andrei the Pious, was Grand prince of Vladimir-Suzdal from 1157 until his death. Andrey accompanied Yuri I Vladimirovich, his father, on a conquest of Kiev, then led the devastation of the same city in 1169, and oversaw the elevation of Vladimir as the new capital of northeastern Rus'. Andrey has been referred to in the West as the "Scythian Caesar", He was canonized as a ...

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