Rusudan daughter of David Bagrationi, 12231253 (aged 30 years)

Name
Русудан дочь Давида /Багратиони/ (Царевна)
Given names
Русудан дочь Давида
Surname
Багратиони
Name suffix
(Царевна)
Note: (Мать под вопросом)
Name
Русудан дочь Давида /Комнин/ (Царевна)
Type of name
married name
Name
Rusudan daughter of David /Bagrationi/
Given names
Rusudan daughter of David
Surname
Bagrationi
Name
Rusudan daughter of David /Komnenos/
Type of name
married name
Birth
Marriage
Death of a paternal grandfather
Birth of a daughter
Death of a mother
Death
after 1253 (aged 30 years)
Note: После 1253
Family with parents
father
mother
Marriage Marriage
herself
Father’s family with Altuna
father
stepmother
Marriage Marriage
half-sister
half-brother
Father’s family with Gvantsa daughter of Kakhaber Kakhaberidze
father
stepmother
Marriage Marriage
half-brother
Father’s family with Esukan (Mongolian princess)
father
stepmother
Marriage Marriage
Family with Manuil Komnenos (Manuil I of Trabizond)
husband
herself
Marriage Marriage
daughter
Феодора Комнин (Трапезундская императрица)
12531285
Birth: before 1253 35 30
Death: after 1285
Manuil Komnenos (Manuil I of Trabizond) + Irene (Irina) Syrikiana
husband
husband’s wife
Marriage Marriage
stepdaughter
3 years
stepson
Name

(Мать под вопросом)

Death

После 1253

Rusudan daughter of David Bagrationi has 0 first cousins recorded

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