Yury Bogolyubsky, known as Giorgi Rusi in the Kingdom of Georgia, was a Rus' prince of Novgorod. Born around 1160, He was married to Queen Tamar of Georgia from 1185 until being divorced and exiled in 1188.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yury_Bogolyubsky
In 1185, Georgian nobles arranged a marriage of Prince Yury with Queen Tamar of Georgia. As her husband, he commanded, in 1186–1187, a Georgian army which successfully raided the Seljuk possessions of Rüm in the west and the Eldiguzids in Arran in the east. However, Tamar soon got disappointed in her husband and divorced him in 1187.
Oct 17, 2016 · Yury Bogolyubsky (Russian: Ю́рий Боголю́бский), known as Giorgi Rusi (Georgian: გიორგი რუსი, George the Rus) in Georgia, was a Rus' prince of Novgorod (1172–1175). Married to Queen Regnant Tamar of Georgia, he was a consort of the Kingdom of Georgia from 1185 until being expelled from the country in 1188.
The nobles chose for Tamar and the man they chose was Rus Prince Yuri, otherwise known as Yury Bogolyubsky, the son of an assassinated prince. The groom did have some desirable qualities. Above all, he was a skilled fighter and a smart military tactician.
Yury Bogolyubsky ' Yury Bogolyubsky ( Russian : Ю́рий Боголю́бский ), known as Giorgi Rusi ( Georgian : გიორგი რუსი , George the Rus ) in Georgia , was a Rus' prince of Novgorod (1172–1175).
Yury Bogolyubsky, known as Giorgi Rusi (George the Rus') in the Kingdom of Georgia, was a Rus' prince of Novgorod (1172–1175). He was married to King Tamar of Georgia from 1185 until being expelled from the kingdom in 1188. This page uses content from the English Wikipedia. The original content was at Yury Bogolyubsky.
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Yury Bogolyubsky (bahasa Rusia: Ю́рий Боголю́бский), dikenal dengan nama Giorgi Rusi (bahasa Georgia: გიორგი რუსი) adalah pangeran Rus' yang pernah berkuasa di Novgorod (1172–1175).