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  1. 07/04/2021 · About David VI, King of Georgia. Davit VI Narin (also called the clever) (1225-1293), from the Bagrationi dynasty, was king of Georgia in 1245-1293. From 1259 to 1293, he ruled the kingdom of Imereti under the name Davit I as a vassal state of Georgia. Son of Queen Rusudan by her husband, Muhammad Mughis ud-din Turkan Shah, he was crowned at ...

  2. David VI of Georgia. David VI Narin (Georgian: დავით VI ნარინი, romanized: davit VI narini) (also called the Clever) (1225–1293), from the Bagrationi dynasty, was king of Georgia in 1245–1293. Read more on Wikipedia. Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of David VI of Georgia has received more than 60,616 page views.

  3. David VI Narin (1225-1293) de la dinastía Bagrationi fue el rey de Georgia entre 1245-1293. Desde 1253 a 1293 gobernó el reino de Imereti bajo el nombre de David I como estado vasallo de Georgia.

  4. David VI Narin (Georgian: დავით VI ნარინი) (also called the Clever) (1225–1293), from the Bagrationi dynasty, was king of Georgia in 1245–1293. From 1259 to 1293, he ruled the kingdom of Imereti under the name David I as a vassal state of Georgia.

  5. Thereafter known as David VI Narin (i.e. “the junior”) and David VII Ulu (i.e. “the senior”), the cousins ruled jointly until 1259, when the former rose, unsuccessfully, against the Mongol yoke and, then, fled to Kutaisi, from whence he reigned over western Georgia (Imereti) as a separate ruler.

  6. David VI Narin (Georgian: დავით VI ნარინი) (also called the Clever) (1225–1293), from the Bagrationi dynasty, was king of Georgia in 1245–1293. From 1259 to 1293, he ruled the kingdom of Imereti under the name David I as a vassal state of Georgia.

  7. 18/05/2019 · David VI Narin (also called the clever) (1225–1293), from the Bagrationi dynasty, was king of Georgia in 1245–1293. From 1259 to 1293, he ruled the kingdom of Imereti under the name David I as a vassal state of Georgia. Life. Son of Queen Rusudan by her husband, Ghias ad-din, he was crowned at Kutaisi, as joint sovereign by his mother in 1230.

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