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  1. Princess Rusudan, who was married to Prince Jadaron of Alania. They had a son David Soslan, who would go on to marry Tamar of Georgia; Zurab, son of David IV of Georgia; Princess Tamar, who married Shirvanshah Manuchehr III (died c. 1154), and became a nun in widowhood.

  2. 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".

  3. CALHOUN Tom B. David Field CZL 25 CAMILLA Camilla - Mitchell County CXU 26 CANON Franklin County 18A 27 CANTON Cherokee County Regional CNI 28 CARROLLTON West Georgia Regional-O.V. Gray Field CTJ 29 CARTERSVILLE Cartersville VPC 30 CEDARTOWN Polk Co. - Cornelius Moore Field 4A4 31

  4. Georgia state representatives serve two-year terms, with all seats up for election every two years. Georgia holds elections for its legislature in even years. 2022 See also: Georgia House of Representatives elections, 2022. Elections for the Georgia House of Representatives will take place in 2022. The general election is on November 8, 2022.

  5. 30/12/2021 · A Year in Wacky History, from Renaissance “Hell Banquets” to Georgia’s Muddy Spring Rites Our favorite history stories inspire your sense of wonder.

  6. David I de Escocia (1083-1153): santo y rey de Escocia. David IV de Georgia (1073-1125): rey de Georgia, expulsó a los turcos selyúcidas de su país. Elredo de Rieval (1110-1167): teólogo y escritor inglés, monje cisterciense. Enrique I de Inglaterra (1068/1069-1135): rey de Inglaterra, hijo de Guillermo el Conquistador.