Category:Guaram I of Iberia
Guaram I was a Georgian prince, who attained to the hereditary rulership of Iberia and the Roman title of curopalates from 588 to c. 590. He is commonly identified with the Gorgenes (Latinized form of Gurgen) of the Byzantine chronicler Theophanes. Guaram I was the first Georgian ruler to take the unusual step of issuing coins modeled on the silver drachms of the Sassanids. These coins, referred to as the "Iberian-Sassanid", feature the initials GN, i.e., Gurgen. Thus, "Guaram" (recorded by the Georgian chronicles) seems to have been the name destined for the domestic usage; while "Gurgen" was the official name of this ruler used for foreign relations, and found in the coinage and in foreign sources.
Media in category "Guaram I of Iberia"
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- Victor Langlois. Gourgen. PL II. No.10.jpg 905 × 474; 99 KB
- Victor Langlois. Hormisdas Auguste (Monnaie de L'éristhaw Gourgen).jpg 1,940 × 1,403; 384 KB
- Victor Langlois. L'éristhaw Gourgen. PL II. No.5.jpg 886 × 468; 94 KB
- Victor Langlois. L'éristhaw Gourgen. PL II. No.7.jpg 975 × 521; 92 KB
- Victor Langlois. Varahran Auguste (Monnaie de Gourgen Couropalate).jpg 1,931 × 1,225; 313 KB