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Vakhtang II of Georgia

Vakhtang II
King of Kings of Georgia
Reign 1289–1292
Predecessor Demetre II
Successor David VIII
Died 1292
Burial Gelati Monastery
Dynasty Bagrationi
Father David VI Narin
Mother Tamar Amanelisdze
Religion Georgian Orthodox Church

Vakhtang II (died 1292), of the dynasty of dominance of Georgia.

A son of the David VI Narin, (until 1293), and later his brother Constantine I (1293–1327).

He died after a reign of three years

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