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Georgian monarchs family tree of Bagrationi dynasty

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Georgian monarchs family tree of Bagrationi dynasty[1]
Bagrationi dynasty Coat of Arms.png

Bagrationi
dynasty
Family tree
of ancient
Georgian
monarchs
Adarnase Idaughter
Ashot I
the Great

Prince of Iberia
d.826/830
r.813–830
Adarnase II
Eristavi-Eristavi
of Tao-Klarjeti
830-c.870
Bagrat I
d.876
Prince of Iberia
r. 830–876
Guaram
Mampali

d. 882
David I
Prince of Iberia
r.876–881
Nasra
of Tao-Klarjeti
d.888
Adarnase IV[a]
King of Iberia
r. 888-923
David II 
King of Iberia
r.923–937
Ashot II
of Tao

d.954
Sumbat I
King of Iberia
d.937–958
Bagrat I
of Tao

d.945
Bagrat II 
King of Iberia
b.937–d.994
r.958–994
George II
King of Aphkhazeti
r.916–960
Gurgen
Magistros

King of Iberia
r.994-1008
Gurandukht
of Abkhazia
Sennecherim
King of
Vaspurakan

r.1003–1021
Bagrat III[b]
b.≈960-d.1014
King of Abkhazia
r.978–1014
King of Georgia
r.1008–1014
Mariam
Queen consort
r.1014-c.1018
George I 
King of Georgia
b.998/1002–d.1027
r.1014-1027
Alda 
of Alania
Basil
of Khakhuli

b.≈981-d.≈1040
Gurandukht
d.bef.1072
MartaKataHelena Argyre
Queen consort
of Georgia
d.≈1033
Bagrat IV
King of Georgia
b.1018–d.1072
r.1027–1072
Borena 
of Alania

Queen consort
r.≈1032–1033
Demetrius 
of Anacopia

d. 1042
George II
King of Georgia
b.≈1054–d.1112
r.1072–1089
Mariam Michael VII
Byzantine 
emperor

r.1071–1078
Martha-Maria
Byzantine
Empress consort
r.1071–1081
Nikephoros III
Byzantine
emperor

r.1078–1081
Rusudan
of Armenia
David IV
King of Georgia
b.1073–d.1125
r.1089–1125
Gurandukht
Demetrius I
King of Georgia
b.≈1093–d.1156
r.1125–1154;
1155–1156
Vakhtang
b.≈1118–d.1138
GeorgeRusudanJadaron
of Alania
Zurab
d.1125
Tamar
d.1161
Kata
David V
King of Georgia
r.1154–1155
RusudanGeorge III
King of Georgia
r.1156–1184
Bagrationi
Demna
of Georgia

b.bef.1155-
d.≈1178
Rusudan
b.1158/1160
Yury
Bogolyubsky

Prince of Novgorod
r.1172–1175
Tamar[c]
Queen of Georgia
b.≈1160–d.1213
r.1184–1213
David Soslan
King Consort
r.≈1187/1189
–≈1207
George IV[d]
King of Georgia
b.1191–d.1223
r. 1213–1222/1223
Rusudan
Queen of Georgia
b.≈1194–d.1245
r.1223–1245
Ghias ad-din
1223–c.1226
David VII
King of Georgia
b.1215–d.1270
r.1247–1270.
David VI
b.1225–d.1293
King of Georgia
r.1245–1259
King of Imereti
r.1259–1293
PervâneGürcü Hatun
fl.1237-1286
Queen consort
of Rum
r.?–1246
Kaykhusraw II
Sultan of the
Seljuqs of Rûm
GeotgeTamarDemetrius II
King of Georgia
b.1259–d.1289
r.1270–1289
Vakhtang II
King of Georgia
r.1289–1292
Constantine I
King of Imereti
r.1293–1327
Michael
King of Imereti
r.1327–1329
Kayqubad II
Sultan of Rûm
r.1249–1257
Prince
Lasha
Prince
Manuel
Princess
Rusudan
Prince
Baidu
Prince
Iadgar
David VIII
King of Georgia
b.1273–d.1311
r.1293–1311
George V
King of Georgia
b.1286/89–d.1346
r.1299–1302;
1314–1346
Vakhtang III
King of Georgia
b.1276–d.1308
r.1302-1308
Ripsime
Queen consort
of Georgia
r.1301/1302–
1304/1308
Princess Jigda
Empress consort
of Trebizond
r.≈1300–1330
Alexios II
Emperor of
Trebizond
r.1297–1330
George VI
King of Georgia
r.1311–1313
David IX
King of Georgia
r.1346–1360
Demetre
Ruler of
Dmanisi
Giorgi
Ruler of
Samchwildé
Alexios III
Emp. of Trebizond
b.1338–d.1390
r.1349–1390
Helena
Queen consort
of Georgia
1360–1366
Bagrat V
King of Georgia
r.1360–1393
Anna
of Trebizond

b.1357-d.1406
Queen consort
r.1367-1393
Gulkhan-
Eudokia

Empress consort
of Trebizond
r.1390–1395
Manuel III
Emp. of Trebizond
b.364–d.1417
r.1390-1417
George VII
King of Georgia
d.1405/1407
r.1393/1395-
1407/1405
Constantine I
King of Georgia
r.1405/1407-1412
DavidTamarOlympias
Alexander I
King of Georgia
b.1386–d.1445/46
r.1412–1442
BagratPrince George
Co-king of Georgia
r.1408-1412
Vakhtang IV
King of Georgia
b.≈1413–1446
r.1442-1446
Bagrationi
b.≈1411/1412 –
d.bef.1438
Empress consort
of Trebizond
r.1429–c.1438
Prince
Demetrius

b. c.1413-d.1453
Co-King of Georgia
r.1433–1446
George VIII
King of Georgia
b.1417–d.1476
r.1446–1476
David II
Catholicos-Patriarch
of All Georgia
1426–1428
ZaalBagrat VI
b.≈1439–d.1478
King of Imereti
r.1463–1478
King of Georgia
r.1465–1478
David
Constantine II
b.≈1447–d.1505
King of Georgia
(Kartli)
r.1478–1505
Alexander I
b.1445/c.1456–
d.1511
King of Kakheti
1476–1511
Alexander II
King of Georgia
r.1478
King of Imereti
r.1483–1510
Bagrationi dynasty Coat of Arms.png

Kartli branch
(division)
Bagrationi dynasty Coat of Arms.png

Kakheti branch
(division)
Bagrationi dynasty Coat of Arms.png

Imereti branch
(division)

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Transcription

Notes

  1. ^
    Adarnase IV restored Georgian kingship as the Kingdom of the Iberians and this would go on to dominate the political life of Georgia for a thousand years.[2]
  2. ^
    Bagrat III was the first king of a politically unified Georgia[3] designated "Sakartvelo".[4] The term "Sakartvelo" would literally mean "all-Georgian kingdom", "all Georgia" or "whole Georgia".[5] Sakartvelo is still used in modern times as the official name of the country.[6]
  3. ^
    Queen Tamar was the first female monarch (mepe) of Georgia.[7]
  4. ^
    George IV, Had a Georgian mistress from an Aznauri family, rather than an official foreign wife, later they unofficially Eloped and he installed her at the royal court. In 1215 she bore him a son (the future king David VII), whom the king gave to his sister Rusudan to bring up. This upset the Georgian Orthodox Church and deputation of bishops, the Catholicos and ministers came to remonstrate with the king: the woman was a commoner and the marriage was unrecognized. The king was forced to let nuns escort his mistress back to her Village. But he adamantly deemed the woman from Velistsikhe his wife and refused any marriage which his court might negotiate for him. The king would not beget a legitimate heir.[8]

References

  1. ^ Rayfield, p. 433
  2. ^ Rapp (2016) location: 5454
  3. ^ Rapp (2016) location: 476
  4. ^ Rapp (2016) location: 648
  5. ^ Rayfield, p. 94
  6. ^ Rapp (2016) location: 656
  7. ^ Rapp (2016) location: 8763
  8. ^ Rayfield, p. 118

Bibliography

  • Rapp, S. H. Jr. (2016) The Sasanian World Through Georgian Eyes, Caucasia and the Iranian Commonwealth in Late Antique Georgian Literature, Sam Houston State University, USA, Routledge, ISBN 9781472425522
  • Rayfield, D. (2013) Edge of Empires: A History of Georgia, Reaktion Books, ISBN 9781780230702
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