Category:Bagrat IV of Georgia

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Bagrat IV of Georgia 
King of Georgia
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Fragmento del fresco de la iglesia Ateni Sioni, que representa a Bagrat IV
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Date of birth1018
ბაგრატ IV
Date of death24 November 1072
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  • Borena of Alania
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English: Bagrat IV (1018–1072) of the Bagrationi, was the King of Georgia from 1027 to 1072. During his long and eventful reign, Bagrat sought to repress the great nobility and to secure Georgia's sovereignty from the Byzantine and Seljuqid empires. In a series of intermingled conflicts, Bagrat succeeded in defeating his most powerful vassals and rivals of the Liparitid family, bringing several feudal enclaves under his control, and reducing the kings of Lorri and Kakheti, as well as the emir of Tbilisi to vassalage. Like many medieval Caucasian rulers, he bore several Byzantine titles, particularly those of nobelissimos, curopalates, and sebastos.

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