Wikipedia's Ghias ad-din as translated by GramTrans La ĉi-suba teksto estas aŭtomata traduko de la artikolo Ghias ad-din article en la angla Vikipedio , farita per la sistemo GramTrans on 2014-01-31 12:11:17.
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 ...
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Era hija de la reina georgiana Rousoudan I re y su esposo Mughis ad-Din Ghias ad-Din, hijo de Muhammad Muhi-ad-Din Tugrul Shah, emir de Erzurum, hijo de Kılıç Arslan II, sultán Seljuk de Roums, que se había convertido al cristianismo ortodoxo para su matrimonio.
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Ghias ad-Din (born circa 1206; date of death unknown but possibly circa 1226) was a prince of the Sultanate of Rum (now part of Turkey) who became king consort of Georgia through his marriage to Queen Rusudan.