Ghadana of Armenia

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Ghadana of Armenia was an Armenian princess[1] and daughter of King Vologases I. Through her marriage to Pharasmanes II,[2] she became Queen of Iberia. Notice how that is quite the long way to go for that time period.[3]

After his death, their son Ghadam ruled for three years. In 135, Ghadam was succeeded by his one-year old son Pharasmanes III. Ghadana then acted as regent for her grandson because of his youth.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Le Muséon, Volume 72; Volume 1, Issue 2 - page 34
  2. ^ Traditio: Volume 25 - Johannes Quasten, Stephan Kuttner, Institute of Research and Study in Medieval Canon Law - page 16-17
  3. ^ Studies in Christian Caucasian history by Cyrille Toumanoff - page 304