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In the 11th century King Bagrat III united the Georgian principalities into one kingdom, with the exception of T’bilisi, which was an emirate (territory ruled by an emir, or Turkish prince) under the control of Seljuk Turks. In 1122 King David II, one of Bagrat’s descendents, expelled the Turks and recovered T’bilisi. Under Queen Tamar, whose rule straddled the 12th and 13th centuries, the Georgian kingdom reached its zenith and grew to include most of Caucasia.
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41°43'N 44°50'E

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