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In the following centuries, Gugark and its cantons fell under the sway of several rulers. In the 8th century, it became a part of Emirate of Tbilisi; in the middle of the 9th century, it was taken by the Georgian Bagrationis, while the Armenian Bagratunis took over its eastern cantons.
Armenian catholicos Hovhannes Draskhanakerttsi says in his books that the majority of this region was non-Armenian people, related to caucasian Iberians.Also an Armenian historian Ghazar Parpetsi mentions Arshusha V pitiakhsh of Gugars, as pitiakhsh of Georgians. These facts prove the statement that this region had been populated by Georgian tribe called Gugars.