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Trdat of Iberia

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T'rdat (Georgian: თრდატი), sometimes Latinized as Tiridates, of the Chosroid Dynasty, was the king of Iberia (Kartli, eastern Georgia) from c. 394 to 406.

Georgian chronicles have said that he is the son of Rev, son of Mirian III, the first Christian king of Iberia. He is reported to have succeeded by his relative and son-in-law, Varaz-Bakur II, and to have been forced to pay tribute to the Sasanids of Iran. The chronicles praise his piety and credit Trdat with the construction of churches at Rustavi and Nekresi.[1]

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  1. Rapp, Stephen H. (2003), Studies In Medieval Georgian Historiography: Early Texts And Eurasian Contexts, p. 314. Peeters Bvba ISBN 90-429-1318-5.
Preceded by
Varaz-Bakur II
King of Iberia
Succeeded by
Parsman IV