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Bagratuni is a common name in Armenian language and an Armenian ruling dynasty.
It may refer to:
- Kingdom of Armenia (Middle Ages), also known as Bagratid Armenia (861 to 1118 AD), ruled by the Bagratuni Dynasty.
- Princes of Armenia
- Varaz-Tirots II Bagratuni (c. 590 – 645), presiding prince in 645
- Smbat VI Bagratuni (c. 670 – 726), presiding prince from 691 to 711
- Ashot III Bagratuni or Ashot the Blind (c. 690–762), presiding prince from 726 to 732
- Sahak VII Bagratuni, prince from 754 to 771
- Kings of Armenia
- Ashot I Bagratuni of Armenia, king from 884 to 890
- Smbat I Bagratuni or "the Martyr" (850–912), king from 890 to 912
- Ashot II Bagratuni of Armenia or Ashot the Iron, king from 914 to 928
- Abas I Bagratuni of Armenia, king from 928 to 953
- Ashot III Bagratuni of Armenia, Ashot III the Merciful or Ashot the Gracious, king from 953 to 977
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