Category:Alexander II of Kakheti

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Alejandro II de Kajetia (es); Alexandre II (fr); Alexandre II de Kakhètia (ca); Aleksandre II. (de); Alexander II of Kakheti (sq); Ալեքսանդր II (hy); 亚历山大二世 (zh); ალექსანდრე II (ka); アレクサンデル2世 (ja); Aleksander II (pl); אלכסנדר השני (he); II Aleksandr (Kaxeti çarı) (az); 亞歷山大二世 (zh-hant); Александр II (ru); Alessandro II di Cachezia (it); Alexander II of Kakheti (en); Олександр II (цар Кахетії) (uk); 亚历山大二世 (zh-hans); Alexander II of Kakheti (nl) კახეთის მეფე (1574-1605) (ka); Rey de Kajetia (1574-1605) (es); roi de Kakhétie (fr); царь Кахети (ru); king of Kakheti (1574 - 1605) (en); Կախեթի արքա (1574-1605) (hy); מלך קאחתי (1574-1605) (he); monarca xeorxanu (1527–1605) (ast) Александр II царь Кахетии (ru); Alexander II. (de)
Alexander II of Kakheti 
king of Kakheti (1574 - 1605)
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Date of birth1527
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Date of death12 March 1605
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  • Constantine I of Kakheti
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Child
  • David I of Kakheti
  • Constantine I of Kakheti
  • Prince George of Kakheti
  • Prince Erekle of Kakheti
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  • Tinatin Amilakhvari
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English: Alexander II or Alek'sandre II (1527–1605), of the Bagrationi Dynasty, was a king of Kakheti in eastern Georgia from 1574 to 1605. In spite of a precarious international situation, he managed to retain relative economic stability in his kingdom and tried to establish contacts with the Tsardom of Russia. Alexander fell victim to the Iran-sponsored coup led by his own son, Constantine I.