Bagrationi, daughter of Demetrius I of Georgia

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Bagrationi was a 12th-13th-century Georgian princess of the royal Bagrationi dynasty. She was a daughter of King Demetrius I of Georgia, sister of the kings David V and George III and Princess Rusudan. She was a paternal aunt of the famous Queen Tamar of Georgia.

She was a wife of Iziaslav II of Kiev.[1][2][3]

Her first name as her later life is unknown.


  1. ^ Дворянские роды Российской империи. Том 3. Князья 36
  2. ^ Войтович Л. Волинська гілка Мономаховичів // Князівські династії Східної Європи (кінець IX — початок XVI ст.): склад, суспільна і політична роль. Історико-генеалогічне дослідження. — Львів: Інститут українознавства ім. І.Крип’якевича, 2000. — 649 с.
  3. ^ Zob. W. Dworzaczek, Genealogia, tabl. 27.
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