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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Ghias_ad-dinGhias ad-Din - Wikipedia

    Ghias ad-din ( fl. 1206–1226) was a member of the Seljuq dynasty of Rum and husband of Queen Rusudan of Georgia from c. 1223 to 1226. A son of the emir of Erzurum, he converted to Christianity on his father's order so as he could marry the queen of Georgia.

  2. Ghias ad-din ( fl. 1206-1226 ) fue miembro de la dinastía selyúcida de Rum y esposo de la reina Rusudan de Georgia desde c. 1223 a 1226. Hijo del emir de Erzurum , se convirtió al cristianismo por orden de su padre para poder casarse con la reina de Georgia. La posición de Ghias ad-din en la corte de Georgia era débil y la relación conyugal estaba tensa debido a la infidelidad de Rusudan ...

  3. Ghias ad-din Mughis o ad-Din Ghias ad-Din ( fl a 1206-1226) fue un miembro de la dinastía Seldjoukides de Sultanat ron, esposo de la reina Rousoudan Me re Georgia entre 1223 a 1226. Hijo del Emir de Erzurum , se convirtió al cristianismo por orden de su padre para poder casarse con la Reina de Georgia.

  4. Ghias ad-din (fl. 1206–1226) was a member of the Seljuq dynasty of Rum and husband of Queen Rusudan of Georgia from c. 1223 to 1226. A son of the emir of Erzurum, he converted to Christianity on his father's order so as he could marry the queen of Georgia. Ghias ad-din's position at the Georgian court was weak and the spousal relationship was ...

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    01/04/2012 · Ghias ad-din (fl. 1206–1226) was a member of the Seljuq dynasty of Rum and husband of Queen Rusudan of Georgia from c. 1223 to 1226. A son of the emir of Erzurum, he converted to Christianity on his father's order so as he could marry the queen of Georgia.

  6. www.spectroom.com › 1021356304-ghias-ad-dinGhias ad-Din | Spectroom

    Ghias ad-din was a member of the Seljuq dynasty of Rum and husband of Queen Rusudan of Georgia from c. 1223 to 1226. A son of the emir of Erzurum, he converted to Christianity on his father's order so as he could marry the queen of Georgia. Ghias ad-din's position at the Georgian court was weak and the spousal relationship was strained due to Rusudan's unfaithfulness. He shifted back and forth ...

  7. Ghias ad-din and Rusudan had two children, a daughter, Tamar, and a son, David. Tamar married her cousin, Kaykhusraw II , sultan of Rum, and became better known by her sobriquet Gürcü Hatun. David became the king of Georgia after Rusudan's death in 1245 and the forefather of the first dynasty of the Kingdom of Imereti in western Georgia.