Alexander I of Imereti

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Alexander I (Georgian: ალექსანდრე I) (fl. 14th century) was King of Imereti. He took advantage of military defeats suffered by King Bagrat V of Georgia to proclaim Imereti to be an independent kingdom in 1397.

Alexander was son of King Bagrat I of Imereti.

Alexander was married to Princess Ana Orbeliani with whom had two children:

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  • ვახუშტი, საქართველოს ცხოვრება, [ნაწ.] 2, ზ. ჭიჭინაძის გამოც. ტფ., 1913, გვ. 278-280
  • ჯამბურია გ., ქსე, ტ. 1, გვ. 291, თბ., 1975