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Bagrat III of Georgia 
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Date of birth960
Kutaisi
Date of death7 May 1014
Q12869854, Tao
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  • sovereign
Position held
  • King of Abkhazia
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  • Gurgen of Georgia
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  • Gurandukht of Abkhazia
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English: Bagrat III (c. 960–1014), of the Georgian Bagrationi dynasty, was King of the Abkhazians from 978 on (as Bagrat II) and King of Kings of the Georgians from 1008 on. He united these two titles by dynastic inheritance and, through conquest and diplomacy, added some more lands to his realm, effectively becoming the first king of what is generally known as a unified Georgian monarchy. Before Bagrat was crowned as the king, he had also reigned as a dynast in Kartli from 976 to 978.