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Fought between the armies of King George VIII of Georgia and the rebellious nobles led by a royal kinsman Bagrat in 1463. Wikipedia

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  • Member of the House of Dadiani and eristavi ("duke") of Odishi in western Georgia from the late 13th century until his death. Early-18th-century history by Prince Vakhushti, who does not report his parentage; the primary sources available to him have been lost. Wikipedia

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