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  1. In 1099, David IV refused to pay tribute to the Seljuqs. By 1104, the local king of the eastern Georgia provide of Kakheti, Aghsartan II, was captured by David IV's supporters, reuniting the area. The following year, David IV defeated a Seljuk force in the Battle of Ertsukhi.

  2. Georgia llegó a la cima de su fuerza política y económica durante el reinado de David IV y la reina Tamar, en los siglos XI y XII. A principios del siglo XIX , Georgia fue anexionada por el Imperio ruso .

  3. George V died in 1346. He was succeeded by his only son, David IX. He was buried at the Gelati Monastery near Kutaisi, western Georgia. Marriage and child. The identity of his wife is not known. The "Georgian Chronicle" of the 18th century reports George V marrying a daughter of "the Greek Emperor, Lord Michael Komnenos".

  4. Abjasia [1] (en abjasio, Аҧсны Aphsny /apʰsˈnɨ/; en georgiano, აფხაზეთი Apjazeti /ɑpʰxɑˈzɛtʰi/; en ruso, Абхазия Abjazia /abxaˈzʲijə/), autodenominada como República de Abjasia, es un territorio ubicado en la vertiente suroccidental de la cordillera del Cáucaso, [4] al noreste del mar Negro, [5] y cuya capital es la ciudad de Sujumi.