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In 591, Constantinople and the Sasanid Empire agreed to divide Iberia between them, with Tbilisi remaining in Persian hands and Mtskheta, the old capital, under Byzantine control. qxd 14 • 2/28/07 5:23 AM Page 14 INTRODUCTION collapsed and Erismtavari Stepanoz I of Iberia (ca. 590–627) succeeded in reuniting the eastern Georgian territories. As the war between the Byzantine and Sasanid empires continued, Georgian principalities were often turned into battlegrounds. In 627–628, the campaigns of Byzantine Emperor Heraclius ensured Byzantine predominance in western Georgia and significantly weakened Iberia/Kartli, exposing it to the arrival of the new conqueror.

1103 Ruis-Urbnisi Council reorganized Georgian Orthodox Church. 1105–1115 King David IV liberated most of eastern Georgia. 1106 Gelati Monastery and Academy is founded. 1118–1119 King David’s military reforms and the resettlement of over 200,000 Qipchaks. qxd xxx • 2/28/07 11:37 AM Page xxx CHRONOLOGY 1121 12 August: Georgian triumph over a Muslim coalition at Didgori. 1122 King David captured Tbilisi, the last Muslim enclave remaining from the Arab occupation. 1123–1124 Conquest of Shirwan and Ani.

Russian Gruziia and Western European Georgia were derived from the Persian and Turkish words gurg/gürcü. However, popular theories purport that the name stems either from the widespread veneration of St. George, who is considered the patron of Georgia, or from the Greek georgos (farmer) because when the Greeks first reached the country they encountered a developed agriculture in ancient Colchis. The Georgians are divided into four major linguistic groups: Kartvelians, Mingrelians, Laz/Chans, and Svans.

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