Tao-Klarjeti
Tao-Klarjeti (Georgian: ტაო–კლარჯეთი) also referred as Kingdom of Georgians (Georgian: ქართველთა სამეფო) was a medieval Georgian (Kartvelian) kingdom and principality, succeeding the Principa...
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Ashot the Immature
Ashot I also known as Ashot Kukhi (Georgian: აშოტ I კუხი) (died 918) was a Georgian prince of the Bagratid dynasty of Tao-Klarjeti and hereditary ruler of Tao with the title of eristavt-eristavi, ...
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Şavşat
Şavşat (Georgian: შავშეთი/Shavsheti) is a town and district of Artvin Province in the Black Sea region, between the cities of Artvin and Kars on the border with Georgia at the far eastern end of Turke...
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Adarnase III of Tao
Adarnase III of Tao (died 896) was a Georgian prince of the Bagratid dynasty of Tao-Klarjeti and hereditary ruler of Tao with the title of eristavt-eristavi, "duke of dukes".Adarnase was the oldest so...
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Sumbat I of Iberia
Sumbat I (Georgian: სუმბატ I) (died 958) was a Georgian prince of the Bagratid dynasty of Tao-Klarjeti and the titular king of Iberia-Kartli from 937 until his death.Sumbat was the youngest son of...
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Khakhuli Monastery
Khakhuli Monastery (Georgian: ხახულის მონასტერი, Turkish: Haho/Bağbaşi) was a Georgian Orthodox monastery in historical Medieval Georgian Kingdom of Tao (modern-day Turkey), in one of the gorg...
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Guaram Mampali
Guaram, the mampali, (Georgian: გუარამ მამფალი) (died 882) was a Georgian Bagratid prince and the youngest son of Ashot I, the founder of the Bagratid dynasty of Iberia/Kartli.Guaram shared the co...
Oltu
Oltu (Georgian: ოლთისი, Oltisi; Armenian: Ողթիկ, Voght'ik; Russian: Ольта, Olta, (Kurdish: Oltî), ) is a town and district of Erzurum Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turk...
Gurgen I of Tao
Gurgen I (Georgian: გურგენ I) (died 891) was a Georgian prince of the Bagratid dynasty of Tao-Klarjeti. He was a presiding prince of Iberia with the Byzantine title of curopalates from 881 until h...
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Queli
Q'ueli (Georgian: ყუელი) or Q'uelis-tsikhe (ყუელისციხე, "fortress of Q'ueli") was a medieval Georgian fortress atop the homonymous mountain of the Arsiani Range (Yalnızçam Dağları), now within the...
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David III of Tao
David III Kuropalates (Georgian: დავით III კუროპალატი, Davit’ III Kuropalati) or David III the Great (დავით III დიდი, Davit’ III Didi), also known as David II, (c. 930s – 1000 or 1001) was a Georg...
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Bana cathedral
Bana (Georgian: ბანა) or Banak (Armenian: Բանակ) is a ruined early medieval cathedral in present-day Erzurum Province, eastern Turkey, in what had formerly been a historical marchland known to...
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Imerkhevi
Imerkhevi (Georgian: იმერხევი, Turkish: İmerhev) is a valley in the north of the Şavşat district in the Artvin Province of Turkey, along the border with Georgia. There are 15 villages in this ...
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Klarjeti
The Klarjeti (Georgian: კლარჯეთი [kʼlard͡ʒɛtʰi]) was a province of ancient and medieval Georgia, which is now part of the Artvin Province, northeastern Turkey. Klarjeti, the neighboring province o...
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Ardahan
Ardahan (Armenian: Արդահան; Georgian: არტაანი) is a city in northeastern Turkey, near the Georgian border.
The first surviving record about this region is attributed to Strabo, who calls i...
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Adarnase II of Klarjeti
Prince Adarnase II (Georgian: ადარნასე) (died 945) was a Georgian royal prince of the Bagrationi dynasty of Tao-Klarjeti branch.He was the oldest son of Prince Bagrat I of Klarjeti.Adarnase became...
Bagrat I of Tao
Bagrat I (Georgian: ბაგრატ I) (died March 945) was a Georgian prince of the Bagratid dynasty of Tao-Klarjeti and hereditary ruler of Upper Tao with the Byzantine title of magistros.Bagrat was a so...
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Nigali valley
Nigali or the Nigali valley (Georgian: ნიგალი, ნიგალის ხევი, nigalis khevi), also known, through a subsequent metathesis, as Ligani (ლიგანი) or Livana (ლივანა; Turkish: Livâne) is a historical...
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Ashot II of Tao
Ashot II (Georgian: აშოტ II) (died 954) was a Georgian prince of the Bagratid dynasty of Tao-Klarjeti with the Byzantine title of curopalates.Ashot was the second son of Adarnase I, king of Iberia...
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Ardahan Province
Ardahan Province (Turkish: Ardahan ili), is a province in the north-east of Turkey, at the very end of the country, where Turkey borders with Georgia. The provincial capital is the city of Ardahan...
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Bishopric of Ancha
The Bishopric of Ancha (Georgian: ანჩის საეპისკოპოსო, anchis saepiskoposo) was one of the principal territorial jurisdictions of the medieval Georgian Orthodox Church in the province of Klarjeti (...
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