George VI of Georgia

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Giorgi VI the Minor (Giorgi VI Mtsire, გიორგი VI მცირე, in Georgian) (died 1313), from the House of Bagrationi was King of Georgia in 1311–1313.

Son of King David VIII, he was appointed as King of Georgia (actually, only the eastern part of the country) by the Il-khan Öljeitü upon the death of his father in 1311. He reigned under the regency of his uncle Giorgi and died underage in 1313.


Preceded by
David VIII
King of Georgia Succeeded by
George V