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  1. 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. Tamar married David Soslan at the Didube Palace near Tbilisi between 1187 and 1189 after she divorced her first husband, the Rus' prince Yuri Bogolyubsky.As the Armenian chronicler Mkhitar Gosh reports in his Ishatarakan ("Memorabilia"), Tamar "married a man from the Alan kingdom, her relative on the mother’s side, whose name was Soslan, named David upon his ascension to the [Georgian] throne".

  3. Bagratid origin. For many years it was accepted without question that Tamar's descendants were male-line Bagratids because her consort David Soslan was alleged to be a Bagratid. Those myths were debunked decades ago and it's long since been clarified that we don't know his patriline or even precise kinship with Tamar.

  4. 25/06/2007 · Description: A genealogical chart of David Soslan.It is based on the information from the 18th-century Georgian chronicler Vakhushti summarized in a similar but more complex chart from Sources on the Alans: A Critical Compilation by Agustí Alemany, ISBN 9004114424, p. 321.

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    This given name originates from the Ossetian name for Sosruqo, a character in Caucasian mythology, in particular, in the Nart saga. It etymologically came from Turkic languages ( Nogai suslan- "to look menacing", suslä "menacing, gloomy"). The variant Sosruqo is in turn an Adyghe borrowing from Sosru- (< Soslan) and qo ( qwā) "son".