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  1. Eldiguzid campaign of Tamar of Georgia in 1208 and 1210–1211 years. In 1206, the Georgian army, under the command of David Soslan, captured Kars and other fortresses and strongholds along the Araxes. This campaign was evidently started because the ruler of Erzerum refused to submit to Georgia.

  2. Tamara [2] [3] [4] o Tamar [5] [6] (en georgiano თამარი [Tamari]; c. 1160-18 de enero de 1213) fue reina de Georgia de 1184 hasta su muerte, período en el que la Edad de Oro de Georgia (siglos XI y XIII) alcanzó su apogeo.

  3. The Kingdom of Georgia ( Georgian: საქართველოს სამეფო, romanized: sakartvelos samepo ), also known as the Georgian Empire, [9] was a medieval Eurasian monarchy that was founded in c. 1008 AD. It reached its Golden Age of political and economic strength during the reign of King David IV and Queen Tamar the Great from the 11th to 13th centuries.

  4. Tamara o Tamar fue reina de Georgia de 1184 hasta su muerte, período en el que la Edad de Oro de Georgia alcanzó su apogeo. Miembro de la dinastía de los Bagrátidas, su posición como la primera mujer en gobernar Georgia por derecho propio era enfatizada con el título de mepe en sus menciones en manuscritos georgianos medievales.

  5. 20 de ene. de 2020 · Tamar was the queen of Georgia from 1184 to 1213 CE. She is considered one of the greatest of medieval Georgia's monarchs, and she presided over its greatest territorial expansion, taking advantage of the decline of other major powers in the region.