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    David Soslan (en georgiano, დავით სოსლანი) (?-1207) fue un príncipe de Alania y segundo marido de la reina de Tamar de Georgia, desde 1189.Es principalmente conocido por sus proezas militares durante las guerras de Georgia contra sus vecinos musulmanes.

  2. David Soslan (died 1207) was a Georgian military hero who fought in several wars with Georgia's Muslim neighbors. He became the second husband of Queen Tamar the Great after she divorced her first husband, Yuri, and fended off both of his attempts to overthrow her. David Soslan fought in two major battles against Muslim neighbors, Shamkor and ...

  3. David Soslan. David Soslan (died 1207) was a Ossetian prince from Alania and second husband of Queen Tamar, whom he married in c. 1189. He is chiefly known for his military exploits during Georgia's wars against its Muslim neighbors. it is interesting that it is named after people who killed giants.

  4. David Soslan ( georgisk : დავით სოსლანი , romaniseret : davit soslani ) (død 1207) var en prins fra Alania og anden mand til dronning Tamar , som han blev gift i ca. 1189. Han er især kendt for sine militære bedrifter under Georgiens krige mod sine muslimske naboer.

  5. In 1195 the 400,000 Turks were crushed by 90,000 Georgians led by king David Soslan in the battle at Shamkor, and in 1203 at Basiani. The Georgian army marched to the southern coast of the Black Sea and won back the lands populated with Georgian tribes of the Laz and Chan. The Georgians captured Trebizond, Sinope, Cerasus, Kotyora and Heraclea.

  6. 23/06/2018 · David Soslan seems to have certainly been a member of the royal family of Alania/Ossetia, and thus would normally be supposed to be a member of a different royal family and not a Bagratid. But the Bagratid dynasty had some different branches that ruled different principalities and fiefs in Armenia and in Georgia and at one time different branches were the royal families of Armenia and Georgia.

  7. David Soslan byl členem královského domu, který vládl nad Alanie (Ovseti nebo Oseti v gruzínských zdrojích; odtud tedy moderní označení Osetie ), ortodoxním křesťanským královstvím na severním Kavkaze , a často se sňatkem s gruzínskou dynastií Bagrationi . Anonymní kronikář, který psal za vlády Jiřího IV.