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ⓘ Aspacures I of Iberia




                                     

ⓘ Aspacures I of Iberia

Aspagur I, of the Arsacid dynasty, was a king of Iberia from 265 to 284.

According to the medieval Georgian Chronicles, Aspagur either 23rd or 25th king of Iberia and, together with the Armenians, resisted the Sassanid Iranian expansion into the Caucasus. His reign probably coincided with a temporary revival of Roman control in the area under the emperors Aurelian and Carus. He said that the defeat of the Iranian invasion and died in exile in Alania. According to the chronicle life of the kings, he was the last in his line, but his daughter, Abeshura, it is claimed, was married to Mirian, who succeeded him on the throne and become the first Georgian Tsar to adopt Christianity.

                                     
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