Alexander II of Kakheti
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Who is Alexander II of Kakheti?
Alexander II of Kakheti: Alexander II of the Bagrationi Dynasty, was a king of Kakheti in eastern Georgia from 1574 to 1605. In spite of a precarious international situation, he managed to retain relative economic stability in his kingdom and tried to establish contacts with the Tsardom of Russia. Alexander fell victim to the Iran-sponsored coup led by his own son, Constantine I.
- born in (488 years ago), child of Levan of Kakheti and Tinatin Gurieli
- ethnicity: Georgians
- religion: Georgian Orthodox Church, Eastern Christianity, Orthodox Christianity
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- died on (410 years ago)
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