Bacurius II of Iberia

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Bakur II (Georgian: ბაკურ II, Latinized as Bacurius), of the Chosroid Dynasty, was a king of Iberia (natively known as Kartli; ancient Georgia) from 534 to 547.

Bakur was the son and successor of King Dachi. According to the medieval Georgian chronicler Juansher, he died leaving young children and Iberia fell under the Sassanid control.[1]He had 2 children, Pharasmanes V and one of the parents of Pharasmanes VI.

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  1. ^ Martindale, John Robert (1992), The Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire, p. 169. Cambridge University Press, ISBN 0-521-07233-6.
Preceded by
King of Iberia
Succeeded by
Parsman V