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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › David_SoslanDavid Soslan - Wikipedia

    David Soslan's status as Tamar's husband, as well as his presence in art, on charters and on coins, was strictly dictated by the necessity of male aspects of kingship, but he remained a subordinate ruler who shared the throne with Tamar but had no independent authority, his power being derived from his reigning spouse.

  2. David Soslan fue un miembro de la casa real de Alania (Ovseti o Oseti en el fuentes georgianas), un reino cristiano ortodoxo en el Cáucaso septentrional con un histórico de matrimonios con la dinastía Bagrationi de Georgia.

  3. David Soslan era miembro de la casa real que gobernaba Alania (Ovseti u Oseti en las fuentes georgianas; de ahí la designación moderna de Osetia), un reino cristiano ortodoxo en el norte del Cáucaso, y frecuentemente se casó con la dinastía Bagrationi de Georgia.

  4. David Soslan (Georgian language: დავით სოსლანი ) (died 1207) was a 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. David Soslan was a member of the royal house which ruled Alania (Ovseti or Oseti in the Georgian sources; hence, the modern ...

  5. 10/06/2020 · David Soslan (Georgian: დავით სოსლანი) (died 1207) was a 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. David Soslan's genealogy suggested by Prince Vakhushti.

    • estimated between 1128 and 1188
    • June 10, 2020
    • circa 1207
    • Caspian Jamshid Bernard Chaikar ...
  6. David Soslan . Ossetian Prince, military commander, Georgian Tsarina (Queen) Tamara's husband. The history of Georgian and Ossetian relations is far longer than just a century. They went through the most difficult trans

  7. 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.