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  2. David Soslan's status of a king consort, as well as his presence in art, on charters, and on coins, was dictated by the necessity of male aspects of kingship, but he remained a subordinate ruler who shared the throne with and derived his power from Tamar. Tamar continued to be styled as mep’et’a mep’e – "king of kings".

  3. Making his Olympic debut in Sydney in 2000, he won Uzbekistan's first Olympic wrestling medal in the 130 kg weight class, losing to Russian David Musul'bes in the final. 2004 Athens Olympics. In the 2004 Games in Athens he became Uzbekistan's first multiple-medalist after winning gold in the 120 kg weight class. 2008 Beijing Olympics

  4. Los primeros alanos. Los primeros documentos históricos en los que aparecen nombres que se han relacionado luego con los alanos datan de fuentes coetáneas, la geografía greco-latina y las crónicas de la dinastía china del siglo I a. C. Estrabón, un autor griego nacido en el Ponto que también trabajó con fuentes persas, a juzgar por las formas que utiliza para denominar a las tribus ...

  5. In his second Olympic final in Seoul, he took silver, behind Georgian David Gobejishvili. Four years later, in 1992, he won the rematch in Barcelona, en route to a second Olympic gold. After winning world titles in 1993 and 1995, Baumgartner was favored to win his third gold in Atlanta, but a loss to Russian Andrey Shumilin left him with a bronze medal.

  6. David (Da'ud), 11th-century ruler of the Seljuk Turks; David of Munktorp (died c. 1082) David I of Scotland (d. 1153), Roman Catholic saint; David Kimhi (1160–1235), Medieval rabbi; David Mac Cerbaill (died 1289), English archbishop; David of Makuria (ruled c. 1268–1272), ruler of Makuria (in what is now Egypt and Sudan) David Soslan (d ...

  7. With the death of George III the main male line became extinct and the dynasty continued through the marriage of Queen Tamar with the Alan prince David Soslan, of reputed Bagratid descent. Downfall. The invasions by the Khwarezmians in 1225 and the Mongols in 1236 terminated Georgia’s "golden age".