Kingdom of Lori (Armenian: Լոռու ԹագավորութունLorow T'agavorowt'own), alternatively known as the Kingdom of Tashir-Dzoraget or Kiurikian kingdom, was a medieval Armenian kingdom on the territories of modern-day Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia during the breakup of Bagratid Armenia.
In 979 ADSmbat II gave the province of Lori to his brother Kiurike I with the title of King. The branch went on to outlive the main Ani branch. It became especially strong during the reign of the king Davit (989—1048), who conquered some territories from Emirates of Tbilisi and Ganja, and chose Samshvilde as his residence. Later on he tried to get independence from Bagratids of Ani, and was punished by Gagik I. In 1065 Lori became the capital of the kingdom. In 1118 the kingdom became part of Georgian kingdom, from 1185 the Georgian-Armenian dynasty of Zakaryans was ruling the region.