Bagrat iv of imereti

Bagrat IV (Georgian: ბაგრატ IV) (1565 – died after 1590), of the Bagrationi Dynasty, was a king of Imereti from 1589 to 1590. Bagrat was a son of Prince Rostom, a grandson of King Alexander II of Imereti. Enthroned through the support of George II Gurieli, prince of Guria, he briefly ruled during the civil war in Imereti until being deposed by the rival king Rostom in 1590.

References

  • (Russian) Вахушти Багратиони (Vakhushti Bagrationi) (1745). История Царства Грузинского: Жизнь Имерети.
Preceded by
Rostom
King of Imereti
1589–1590
Succeeded by
Rostom
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