Aghbugha I Jaqeli

Aghbugha I Jaqeli (Georgian: აღბუღა I ჯაყელი) (1356 – 1395) was a Georgian prince (mtavari) and Atabeg of Samtskhe from 1389 to 1395. Aghbugha was a Son of Prince Shalva. After his father's death Aghbugha was appointed as a co-ruler (he ruled with his uncle Beka II) of Meskheti by Georgian king Bagrat V. During 1381-1386 he renewed The book of laws which was established by his Great-great-grandfather, Beka Jaqeli.[1] This book firstly was called "Aghbugha's law", then "Book of laws set by Beka-Aghbugha".

Aghbugha I Jaqeli
Atabeg of Samtskhe
Reign1389–1395
PredecessorBeka II
Shalva
SuccessorIvane II
Born1356
Died1395
DynastyJaqeli
FatherShalva Jaqeli
ReligionOrthodox Christianity

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Georgian Soviet Encyclopedia, Volume 2, page 47, Tbilisi, 1977
Aghbugha I Jaqeli
Preceded by Prince of Meskheti
1389-1395
Succeeded by