Category:Ashot I of Iberia

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აშოტ I დიდი (ka); アショト1世 (イベリア王国) (ja); Achot Ier d'Ibérie (fr); אשוט הראשון (he); Ašot I. od Iberije (hr); Ashot I de Iberia (es); Ашот Багратіоні (uk); Ašot I od Iberije (sh); Ашот I Куропалат (ru); Ashot I of Iberia (nl); Aschot I. (de); Aixot I d'Ibèria (ca); Ashot I of Iberia (en); Աշոտ Ա Կյուրոպաղատ (hy); I. Aşot (Gürcü kralı) (tr); اشوت الاول من ايبيريا (arz) князь Тао-Кларджети (ru); Fürst von Iberien, erster iberischer König von Tao-Klardschetien (de); מלך איבריה הקווקזית (he); presiding prince of Iberia (modern Georgia) (en) Աշոտ I Մեծ (hy)
Ashot I of Iberia 
presiding prince of Iberia (modern Georgia)
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Name in native languageაშოტ I დიდი
Date of birth8th century (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584)
Date of death29 January 826
Nigali valley
Place of burial
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Noble title
  • Adarnase I of Tao-Klarjeti
  • Latavri of Tao-Klarjeti
  • Guaram Mampali
  • Bagrat I of Iberia
  • Adarnase II of Tao-Klarjeti
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English: Ashot I the Great (died 826) was a presiding prince of Iberia (modern Georgia), first of the Bagratid family to have attained to this office c. 813. From his base in Tao-Klarjeti, he fought to enlarge the Bagratid territories and sought the Byzantine protectorate against the Arab encroachment until being murdered c. 826. Ashot is also known as Ashot I Curopalates for the Byzantine title he wore. A patron of Christian culture and a friend of the church, he has been canonized by the Georgian Orthodox Church.

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