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Curopalātes — (röm. Ant.), 1) der Aufseher über die kaiserlichen Gebäude; 2) so v.w. Praefectus praetorio; 3) der Nächste nach dem Augustalis 1) … Pierer's Universal-Lexikon
Curopalates — Kouropalatēs, Latinized as curopalates or curopalata (Greek: κουροπαλάτης, from Latin: cura palatii [the one in] charge of the palace ) and Anglicized as curopalate, was a Byzantine court title, one of the highest from the time of Emperor… … Wikipedia
IOHANNES Curopalates — proprieIohannes Schilitze, vide Curopalates … Hofmann J. Lexicon universale
PALATIUM — I. PALATIUM Imperatorum Regumque Aula, ut et splendidorum quorumque hominum magnificae aedes; unde nomen traxerit, dictum supra. Suidas a capite hominis recenter occisi, dum locarentur ibi fundamenta, reperto, nominis originem arcessit, quod apud … Hofmann J. Lexicon universale
Domentziolus (nephew of Phocas) — Domentziolus Allegiance East Roman Empire Service/branch East Roman army Rank magister militum per Orientem Battles/wars … Wikipedia
Royaume des Kartvels — ქართველთა სამეფო K art velt a samep o (ka) 888/899 – 1008 … Wikipédia en Français
George II of Georgia — George II ( ka. გიორგი II, Giorgi II ) (c. 1054 – 1112), of the Bagrationi Dynasty, was a king of Georgia from 1072 to 1089. He was a son and successor of Bagrat IV and his wife Borena of Alania. Unable to deal effectively with the constant… … Wikipedia
Bagrat IV of Georgia — Bagrat IV ( ka. ბაგრატ IV) (1018 – November 24, 1072), of the Bagrationi dynasty, 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… … Wikipedia
Guaram I of Iberia — Guaram I (Georgian: გუარამ 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 … Wikipedia
Principate of Iberia — The Principate of Iberia is a conventional term applied to an aristocratic regime in early medieval Caucasian Georgia that flourished in the period of interregnum between the sixth and ninth centuries, when the leading political authority was… … Wikipedia
David I of Iberia — David I (Georgian: დავით I) (died 881) was a Georgian Bagratid Prince and curopalates of Iberia/Kartli from 876 to 881. The eldest son and successor of Bagrat I, he was baptised by the influential Georgian monk Grigol Khandzteli. David shared the … Wikipedia