Tamar Bagrationi (Queen Tamar of Georgia), 1166

Tamar mepe Святая царица Тамара წმინდა კეთილმსახური მეფე თამარი
Name
Tamar /Bagrationi/ (Queen Tamar of Georgia)
Given names
Tamar
Surname
Bagrationi
Name suffix
(Queen Tamar of Georgia)
Name
თამარ გიორგის ას. /ბაგრატიონი/ (თამარ მეფე)
Given names
თამარ გიორგის ას.
Surname
ბაგრატიონი
Name suffix
(თამარ მეფე)
Name
Тамар дочь Георгия /Багратиони/ (Царица Тамара I Великая)
Given names
Тамар дочь Георгия
Surname
Багратиони
Name suffix
(Царица Тамара I Великая)
Note: Знаменитая грузинская царица (1184 — 1209/1213), с именем которой связан «Золотой Век» в истории Грузии
Family with parents
father
mother
Marriage Marriage
sister
herself
Father’s family with Uniknow
father
stepmother
Registered partnership Registered partnership
half-sister
Family with Iury Andreevich Bogolubski (Prince of Novgorodsky)
husband
herself
Marriage Marriage
Family with David Soslan Bagrationi ?
husband
herself
Marriage Marriage
son
George IV King of Georgia Царь Георгий IV
ლაშა-გიორგი თამარის ძე ბაგრატიონი (მეფე გიორგი IV. ლაშა-გიორგი)
11911223
Birth: 1191 25
Death: 1223
4 years
daughter
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Shared note

Kings of Georgia Цари Грузии

Name

Знаменитая грузинская царица (1184 — 1209/1213), с именем которой связан «Золотой Век» в истории Грузии

Tamar Bagrationi (Queen Tamar of Georgia) has 1 first cousin recorded

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George (Baia) Iraklievich Machabeli (1913–1980) Ivan (Niko) son of Givi Amilakhvari (1829–1905) Konstantin son of Nikoloz Avalishvili (1878–1937) Rostom (Nikoloz) son of Simon Amashukeli (–1915) Konstantin son of Nikoloz Avalishvili (1878–1937) Aleksandr Petrovich Tolstoy (1801–1873) Tamara Aleksandrovna Dekanozishvili (1897–1977) David son of Tariel Amashukeli (1906–) Maria (Maka) daughter of Aleksandr Nikolai (1859–1919) Pyotr Ivanovich Bagration (Hero of the Battle of Borodino Pyotr Bagration) (1765–1812) Viktor son of David Kvinikhidze (–1905) George Simonovich Gotua (1871–1936) Vladimir Amashukeli (Actor Mamuka Amashukeli) (–) Anna daughter of Otia Dadiani (–) Marina Pavlovna Mkheidze (–) David son of Archil Lordkipanidze (Mayor of Kutaisi city) (1852–1920) Shalva son of Melkisedek Amashukeli (1890–1975) Ilia son of Konstantin Nizharadze (1857–) Meri daughter of Severian Lordkipanidze (1916–) Nikoloz son of Merab Lordkipanidze (Georgian writer Niko Lortkipanidze) (1880–1944) Shalva son of Nikoloz Amilakhvari (1920–1941) Mariam daughter of Katsia Dadiani (Queen Mariam of Imereti) (1783–1841) Nina Ivanovna Poltoratskaya (1869–1931) Konstantin (Kote) son of Nicholas Abkhazi (1867–1923) Tatiana Constantinovna (Konstantinovna) Romanova (Mother Superior Tamara) (1890–1979) Nina (Nutsa) daughter of Ivan Rusishvili (1877–1934) Sokrat son of Vasily Amashukeli (1864–) David son of Bagrat Bagration-Gruzinsky (1819–1888) Ivan (Niko) son of Givi Amilakhvari (1829–1905) David (Ucha) son of Konstantin Dadiani (1875–1932) George (Jorj) son of Vladimir Shervashidze (1894–1976) Aleksandr Bagratovich Bagration-Gruzinsky (1820–1865) Joseph (Bauka) son of Rostom Tsereteli (1894–1924) Vladimir Mikhailovich Eristavi of Ksani (prince) (–) Pavel Vyacheslavovich Mikeladze (1903–1963) Nicholas (Nikoloz Tato) son of Meliton Baratashvili (Poet Tato Baratashvili) (1817–1845) Apollon son of Aleksandr Machabeli (–1913) Rusudan daughter of Irakli Andronikashvili (1913–1949) Inessa (Inna) Aleksandrovna Andronikashvili (1937–1998) Pavel (Pavle) Ivanovich Papalov (one of the first photographers in Tiflis) (1851–) Maksimilian von der Osten-Sacken (1833–) Tamar daughter of Irakli Chavchavadze (Actress Tamar Chavchavadze) (1896–1969) Petr son of Roman Bagration (1818–1876) Simon (Svimon) son of George Tsereteli (1843–1931) Anna Prokofevna Shervashidze (1894–) Tamar daughter of Irakli Chavchavadze (Actress Tamar Chavchavadze) (1896–1969) George Mikeladze (–1919) Spiridon Mikhailovich Chavchavadze (1878–1952) Giorgi son of Rostom Tsereteli (1882–1905) Ivan (Okro) son of Elizbar Machabeli (1857–1904) Jambakur (Jaba) son of David Gurieli (1839–)