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  1. Bagrat's reign secured a victory for the Bagratids of Georgia, ending the power-struggles that had plagued the region for centuries. Bagrat had a peaceful foreign policy, successfully avoiding conflicts with the Byzantines and nearby Muslim realms, even though some of David's territory, such as Tao and Tbilisi , remained in Byzantine and Arab control, respectively.

  2. In 1028 he was imprisoned by Bagrat IV of Georgia, and died during captivity. His lands were absorbed by Georgia. In 1028, Klarjeti was annexed to Georgia: George I (გიორგი I) 998 or 1002 Son of Bagrat III and Martha: 1014–1027 16 August 1027 Mqinwarni or Itaroni aged 24/25 or 28/29: Kingdom of Georgia: Mariam of Vaspurakan c.1018 ...

  3. The National Bank of Georgia for Financial Stability. The goal of the supervisory reforms implemented by the National Bank in 2017-2021 is to promote the stable and efficient functioning of the financial system, to create a competitive environment while reducing risks...

  4. cs.wikipedia.org › wiki › GruzieGruzie – Wikipedie

    V některých jazycích se Gruzie řekne Georgia ... Jeho potomek Bagrat III. pak dokázal přibližně kolem roku 1000 sjednotit okolní rozdrobená knížectv ...

  5. 04/08/2022 · Bagrat II Bagrationi, King of Georgia: Sandwiched between the three major powers of the Byzantine Empire, Seljuk Turks and Cumans, fight your way out, taking opportunities when civil wars consume the larger states to grab land, then brace yourself for the inevitable Mongol invasion.

  6. Ramon Berenguer III, Count of Barcelona and Provence, 1113: Through his marriage with Dolça of Provence, Ramon Berenguer III The Great rules not only as Count of Barcelona (Duchy in-game) but also as Count of Provence (Duchy in-game) and his already born son Ramon Berenguer will inherit the County of Gevaudan, making him one of the most powerful Christian lords in the Western Mediterranean.

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