Bagrationi Gruzinsky - The Royal House of Georgia

HRH Prince Nugzar-Head of Name and Arms of the Royal House of Georgia

 


The Coat of Arms of King of Kartli-Kakheti

Giorgi XII (1798-1800)

 

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By: Member of the International Genealogical Academy and President of the Georgian Genealogical Society  Yuri Chikovani

Tbilisi State University Professor Dr. Niko Javakhishvili

Head of Historical Department of the "House of Bagrationi" and Vice-President of Georgian Genealogical Society Ioseb Bichikashvili

 

 

The Royal Line

 

The King Alexander I the Great

(Anointed King)

King of United Kingdom of Georgia

(1412-1442)

 

King Giorgi VIII

(Anointed King)

Last King of United Kingdom of Georgia (1446-1466)

King of Kakheti (1466-1476)

 

Alexander I

(Anointed King)

King of Kakheti (1476-1511)

 

Giorgi II

(Anointed King)

King of Kakheti (1511-1513)

 

Levan I

(Anointed King)

King of Kahheti (1518-1574)

 

Alexander II

(Anointed King)

King of Kakheti (1574-1605)

 

Davit I

(Anointed King)

King of Kakheti (1601-1602)

 

Teimuraz I

(Anointed King)

King of Kakheti (1606-1663)

King of Kartli & Kakheti (1625-1633)

 

Prince Davit

(1612-1648)

 

Erekle I

(Anointed King)

King of Kartli (1688-1703)

King of Kakheti (1703-1709)

 

Teimuraz II

(Anointed King)

King of Kakheti (1732-1744)

King of Kartli (1744-1762)

 

Erekle II

(Anointed King)

King of Kakheti (1744-1762)

King of the United Kingdom

of Kartli & Kakheti (1762-1798) (King of Georgia)

 

Giorgi XII

(Anointed King)

King of United Kingdom

of Kartli & Kakheti (1798-1800) (The Last King of Georgia)

 

HRH Bagrat, Georgian Prince (heir & successor to the throne)

(Batonishvili/Tsarevich) (1776-1841)

 

HRH Alexander, Georgian Prince (heir & successor to the throne)

(Batonishvili/Tsarevich) (1820-1865)

 

HRH Peter, Georgian Prince (heir & successor to the throne)

(Batonishvili/Tsarevich) (1857-1922)

 

HRH Peter, Georgian Prince (heir & successor to the throne)

(Batonishvili/Tsarevich) (1920-1984)

 

His Royal Highness Prince NUGZAR

Heir & Successor to the Throne of Georgia

(Batonishvili/Tsarevich) (Born 1950)

 

 

The Royal Line of Kings and True Successors of the Kingdom of Georgia

A time line from the last King Giorgi XII down to Prince Nugzar:

 

1800:  (a) King Giorgi XII is dies 1801(he is the last king of Georgia

            and direct ancestor of HRH Prince Nugzar

            (b) Georgia annexed by Imperial Russia

1803: Imperial Russia exiles from Georgia to Russia all

            the representatives of HRH Nugzar's direct salic

            ancestors (the Royal family)

1804-1812:  Imperial Russia adopted a decision that

            only Georgia's King`s sons and daughters

            preserve the titles of "Georgian princes and

            princesses" (Gruzinski) (Gruzinsky - from russian

            literally "of Georgia"  - Dynastic Princely title)

1833:  Imperial Russia adopted the second decision,          

            the grandsons of King Erekle II and King            

            Giorgi XII were granted a title of "Georgian         

            prince" --- Gruzinski, which became their        

            surname .

1865: Russian Emperor Alexander II granted all the representatives

of this Royal branch of the Bagrationis (Prince Nugzar's ancestors)

the title of "the Most Respectful." Prince  Nugzar's family were

considered along with other royal families, and some very prominent

high nobles in Russia, to be one step below the prestige of the Imperial

House of the whole Empire.

1917: Russian Empire was abolished. HRH Nugzar's ancestors still retained

their titles. None of them renounced their Royal rights or prerogatives!

1921: Georgia annexed by Soviet Russia. HRH Nugzar`s

           ancestor Peter (I) still used his title of "the Most Respectful Prince Gruzinski."

            Same with Peter (II), he was even jailed by

            communists in 1944-1951, but he never renounced

            his Royal rights.