List of Bagratuni rulers of Armenia


List of Bagratuni rulers of Armenia

Lords of Sper

Lords of Sper (Shirak, Ayrarat) and hereditary aspects of Armenia. Capital: Daroynq
*Yenanos (about 30 b.c.e.)
*Bagarat
*Smbat (about 220 - 250)
*Trdat, son (about 250 - 270)
*Bagrat, son (about 270 - 290)
*Smbat, son (about 290 - 320)
*Bagrat, son (about 320 - 350)
*Smbat, son (about 350 - 380)
*Sahak, brother (about 380 - 386)
*Hamazasp, son (about 386 - 410)
*son (about 410 - 430)
*Sahak, son (about 460 - 483)
*Smbat, son (about 483 - 510)
*son (about 510 - 540)
*son (about 540 - 580)
*Smbat Victorious, son (about 580 - 617, marzpan of Gurgan about 600 - 608, marzpan of Armenia 610 - 613)
*Varaz-Tirots, son (617 - 628, marzpan 628 - 635, died 643)
*Varaz-Sahak, nephew (628 - 646)
*Smbat, son (646 - 672)
*Ashot, son (672 - 689)
*Smbat Byuratian, son (689 - 726, ishxan 691 - 711)
*Ashot the Blind, son (726 - 748, ishxan 732 - 748, died 762)
*Sahak VII Bagratuni brother (748 - 771, ishxan 755 - 761)
*Smbat, son of Ashot the Blind (771 - 775, ishxan 761 - 775)
*Ashot, son of Sahak (775 - 782)
*Smbat, son (782 - 804, ishxan 785 - 804)
*Ashot Msaker (Meateater), son (804 - 824)
*Smbat Xostovanol (Confessor), son (824 - 855)
*Ashot I, son (855 - 886, in 886 - 890 king)

Kings of Armenia

*Ashot I (V) the Great, 885-890
*Smbat I (IX) the Martyr (son), 890-914
*Ashot II (VI) the Iron (son), King of Kings, 914-928
*Abas I (brother), 928-952
*Ashot III (VII) the Merciful (son), 952-977
*Smbat II (X) the Conqueror (son), 977-989
*Gagik I (brother), 989-1020
*Hovhannes I - Hovhannes [John] -Smbat III (XI) (son), 1020-1040
*Ashot IV (VIII) the Valiant (brother), 1021-1039
*Gagik II(son), 1042-1045 (cedes Armenia to the Byzantine Empire), dies c. 1079 (Murdered by Byzantine and hung on the fortress wall of Kyzistra.)

Branch in Kars

*Mushegh (son of Abas I of Armenia), 962-984
*Abas I (son), 984-1029
*Gagik-Abas II (son), 1029-1064, d. 1080 [cedes Kars to the Empire] "He is given some land for his kingdom in northern Cilicia and the city of Amasya."

Kingdom of Lori (979 - 1118)

*Kiurike I, son of Ashot III (979 - 989)
*David I Anhoghin (Landless), son (989 - 1048)
*Kiurike II, son (1048 - 1089)
*David II, son (1089 - 1118)

"The line basically came to an end in 1118 with the Seljuq occupation. However, they survived to a lesser significance to a far later date."

Branch in Taron

*Bagrat Ishxanats-ishxan, son of Ashot Msaker (824 - 852)
*Ashot, son (858 - 878)
*Davit Arkayik (Little King), brother (878 - 895, co-ruler since 858)
*Gurgen, son (895) "901 Sajid occupation"
*Grigor Tornik, grandson of Bagrat Ishxanats-ishxan (898 - 923)
*Bagrat Pancratius, son (923 - 935)
*Ashot II, brother (about 935 - 965)
*Grigor, son (about 965 - 968)
*Bagrat, brother (co-ruler about 965 - 968) "968 to Byzantium"

ee also

*Armenian nobility


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