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  1. Watching his kingdom slip into chaos, George II ceded the crown to his 16-year-old son David in 1089. Although the historical tradition founded by Prince Vakhushti in the 18th century and followed by Marie-Félicité Brosset in the 19th states that David succeeded George upon his death, a number of surviving documents suggest that George died around 1112, and that although he retained the ...

  2. David (Da'ud), 11th-century ruler of the Seljuk Turks; David of Munktorp (died c. 1082) David I of Scotland (d. 1153), Roman Catholic saint; David Kimhi (1160–1235), Medieval rabbi; David Mac Cerbaill (died 1289), English archbishop; David of Makuria (ruled c. 1268–1272), ruler of Makuria (in what is now Egypt and Sudan) David Soslan (d ...

  3. Acontecimientos Enero. 1 de enero: el gobierno venezolano nacionaliza la empresa Petróleos de Venezuela SA ().; 3 de enero: en un pozo a 1452 metros bajo tierra, en el área U19e del Sitio de pruebas atómicas de Nevada (a unos 100 km al noroeste de la ciudad de Las Vegas), a las 11:15 (hora local) Estados Unidos detona su bomba atómica Muenster, de 800 kilotones.

  4. Tamar outlived her consort, David Soslan, and died of a "devastating disease" not far from her capital Tbilisi, having previously crowned her son, Lasha-Giorgi, coregent. Tamar's historian relates that the queen suddenly fell ill when discussing state affairs with her ministers at the Nacharmagevi castle near the town of Gori .

  5. Los primeros alanos. Los primeros documentos históricos en los que aparecen nombres que se han relacionado luego con los alanos datan de fuentes coetáneas, la geografía greco-latina y las crónicas de la dinastía china del siglo I a. C. Estrabón, un autor griego nacido en el Ponto que también trabajó con fuentes persas, a juzgar por las formas que utiliza para denominar a las tribus ...

  6. With the death of George III the main male line became extinct and the dynasty continued through the marriage of Queen Tamar with the Alan prince David Soslan, of reputed Bagratid descent. Downfall. The invasions by the Khwarezmians in 1225 and the Mongols in 1236 terminated Georgia’s "golden age".

  7. Son of David Soslan and Queen Tamar: 1213–1223 18 January 1223 Bagavan aged 31–32: Kingdom of Georgia: Unmarried: Co-ruler with his mother since 1207, continued her policy, but, at the end of his reign was defeated by a Mongol expedition. Rusudan (რუსუდან მეფე) 1194 Daughter of David Soslan and Queen Tamar: 1223–1245 ...