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  1. Bagrat's reign, a period of uttermost importance in the history of Georgia, brought about the final victory of the Georgian Bagratids in the centuries-long power struggles. Anxious to create more stable and centralized monarchy, Bagrat eliminated or at least diminished the autonomy of the dynastic princes.

  2. En Georgia, el rey David IV es llamado Agmashenebeli (el Constructor). Los sucesores de David Agmashenebeli (los reyes Demetrio I , David V y Jorge III ) continuaron la política de expansión de Georgia subordinando a la mayoría de los clanes y tribus montañeses de la Caucasia del Norte y consolidando además las posiciones georgianas en Shirván.

  3. Early reign. Giorgi was born in 998 or, according to a later version of the Georgian chronicles, 1002, to King Bagrat III.Upon his father's death on 7 May 1014, he inherited the kingdoms of Abkhazia, Kartli and Kakheti united into a single state of Georgia.

  4. tr.wikipedia.org › wiki › HopaHopa - Vikipedi

    Eski kaynaklarda Gürcistan kralı IV. Bagrat'ın (1027-1072) 1040’larda Hupati Kalesi'ni kuşattığının belirtilmesi eskiden Hopa'nın sağlam bir kalesi bulunduğunu göstermektedir. Nitekim bu kale günümüzde kentin içinde, Hopa Deresi’nin denize döküldüğü yerde, derenin sağ kıyısında bir tepenin üzerinde yer almaktadır.

  5. cs.wikipedia.org › wiki › GruzieGruzie – Wikipedie

    Gruzínsky zní název země Sakartvelo. V některých jazycích se Gruzie řekne Georgia (například anglicky) nebo Georgie(n), podle jedné z teorií podle patrona země svatého Jiří (řecky Georgios). Název „Gruzie“ pochází z ruštiny (Грузия – Gruzija).

  6. The Russian nobility (Russian: Дворянство Dvoryanstvo) arose in the 14th century and essentially governed Russia until the October Revolution of 1917. The Russian word for nobility, Dvoryanstvo (дворянство), derives from the Russian word dvor (двор), meaning the Court of a prince or duke (kniaz) and later, of the tsar. A noble was called dvoryanin (pl. dvoryane). As in ...