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  1. Vakhtang ( Georgian: ვახტანგი) or Tsuata ( Georgian: ცუატა) (c. 1118 – 1138) was the Georgian Bagrationi prince and the son of King David IV "the Builder" (r. 1089–1125), probably of his second marriage to the Cuman - Kipchak "princess" Gurandukht, daughter of Otrok . The 12th-century document The Will of King David contains a vague and ...

  2. Vakhtang III (Georgian: ვახტანგ III; 1276–1308), of the dynasty of Bagrationi, was the king of Georgia from 1302 to 1308. He ruled during the Mongol dominance of Georgia . A son of Demetrius II of Georgia by his Trapezuntine wife , Vakhtang was appointed, in 1302, by the Ilkhan Ghazan as a rival king to his brother David VIII , who had revolted against the Mongol rule.

  3. 17/10/2016 · About Prince Vakhtang Bagrationi of Georgia Vakhtang (Georgian: ვახტანგი) or Tsuata (Georgian: ცუატა) (c. 1118 – 1138) was the Georgian Bagratid prince and the son of King David IV "the Builder" (r. 1089–1125), probably of his second marriage to the Kipchak "princess" Gurandukht, daughter of Otrok.

    • circa 1118
    • October 17, 2016
    • circa 1138 (11-28)
    • Caspian Jamshid Bernard Chaikar ...
  4. Khelrtva. Vakhtang IV ( Georgian: ვახტანგ IV) (c. 1413 – December 1446), of the Bagrationi dynasty, was King of Georgia from 1442 until his death. Vakhtang was the eldest son of Alexander I of Georgia by his first wife Dulandukht. He was raised to the co-kingship by his father in 1433.

  5. Vakhtang II (fallecido en 1292), de la dinastía de Bagrationi, fue rey de Georgia de 1289 a 1292. Reinó durante la dominación mongola de Georgia.. Un hijo del rey georgiano occidental, David VI Narin, con su primera mujer Tamar, hija del Príncipe Amanelisdze, Vakhtang ascendió al trono de Georgia, con el consentimiento de los mongoles, en 1289, después de que su primo y predecesor ...

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  6. 10/06/2020 · Vakhtang III (Georgian: ვახტანგ III) (1276–1308), of the dynasty of Bagrationi, was the king of Georgia from 1302 to 1308. he ruled during the Mongol dominance of Georgia. A son of Demetrius II of Georgia by his Trapezuntine wife, Vakhtang was appointed, in 1302, by the Ilkhan Ghazan as a rival king to his brother David VIII, who had revolted ...