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  • Achot d'Artanoudji (mort en 939) est un prince géorgien d'Artanoudji-Calarzène du Xe siècle. Il fait partie de la famille des Bagrations.Achot Bagration est le second fils du prince Bagrat Ier d'Artanoudji et de son épouse inconnue. Dans son De administrando imperio, Constantin VII Porphyrogénète écrit qu'à la mort de Bagrat, en 909, ses fils Adarnassé, Achot et Gourgen se partagent ses domaines. Toutefois, le prince Vakhoucht Bagration, au XVIIIe siècle, écrit que David, l'oncle d'Achot succède à Bagrat. Les sources de l'époque étant très rares et superficielles, sa vie est peu connue. Il est mort en 939.Il a épousé une fille de Constantin III, roi d'Abkhazie, et en a un seul enfant :une fille, qui épouse :son cousin Gourgen II d'Artaniun certain Adranutzium
  • Ashot the Swift (died in 939) (Georgian: აშოტ კისკასი) was a Georgian prince of the Bagrationi dynasty from Tao-Klarjeti. Ashot was a son of Bagrat I of Klarjeti. He was married to the sister of George II of Abkhazia. Together they had a daughter who was married to Gurgen II of Tao. Ashot was in possession of the important fortified town of Artanuji, which he probably inherited from his elder brother, Gurgen I of Klarjeti. According to Constantine Porphyrogenitus' De Administrando Imperio, Ashot was on bad terms with his son-in-law Gurgen of Tao, who was determined to take Artanuji as his own. Ashot offered to hand the town over to the Byzantines in return for their protection. The Byzantine plenipotentiary, the patrikios Constans fulfilled his mission to confirm Gurgen of Tao as magistros and proceeded to occupy Artanuji with the Chaldian army. The Georgian princes, competing with Ashot, protested and threatened to go over to the Arabs unless it was restored. The emperor Romanos I Lekapenos had to disown Constans's action to pacify them. Ashot the Swift was given back Artanuji, but Gurgen soon captured the town and gave his father-in-law some land in compensation, which also he later annexed.Ashot died in 939 as a refugee at the court of his brother-in-law, George II.
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  • Achot d'Artanoudji (mort en 939) est un prince géorgien d'Artanoudji-Calarzène du Xe siècle. Il fait partie de la famille des Bagrations.Achot Bagration est le second fils du prince Bagrat Ier d'Artanoudji et de son épouse inconnue. Dans son De administrando imperio, Constantin VII Porphyrogénète écrit qu'à la mort de Bagrat, en 909, ses fils Adarnassé, Achot et Gourgen se partagent ses domaines.
  • Ashot the Swift (died in 939) (Georgian: აშოტ კისკასი) was a Georgian prince of the Bagrationi dynasty from Tao-Klarjeti. Ashot was a son of Bagrat I of Klarjeti. He was married to the sister of George II of Abkhazia. Together they had a daughter who was married to Gurgen II of Tao. Ashot was in possession of the important fortified town of Artanuji, which he probably inherited from his elder brother, Gurgen I of Klarjeti.
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