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Samtskhe-Saatabago

Georgian Kingdom after its dissolution. Meskheti is the southernmost Georgian state.

The Principality of Meskheti (invaded Samtskhe-Saatabago several times. After the weakening of Georgian monarchy, the rulers of Samtskhe turned to separatism once more.

Princes of Meskheti

  • Sargis I 1268–1279
  • Beka I 1285–1306
  • Sargis II 1306–1334
  • Qvarqvare I 1334–1361
  • Shalva 1372–1389
  • Aghbugha I 1389–1395
  • Ivane II 1391–1444
  • Aghbugha II 1444–1451
  • Qvarqvare II 1451–1498
  • Kaikhosro I 1498–1500
  • Mzetchabuki 1500–1515
  • Manuchar I 1515–1518
  • Qvarqvare III 1518–1535
  • Kaikhosro II 1545–1573
  • Qvarqvare IV 1573–1581
  • Manuchar II 1581–1607
  • Manuchar III 1607–1628

References

  • Georgian Soviet encyclopedia, vol. 9, pg. 48-49, Tb., 1985

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