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Alexander I, “the Great” or Aleksandre I Didi (1386–1446) of the Bagrationi house, was king of Georgia from 1412 to 1442. Despite his efforts to restore the country from the ruins left by the Turco-Mongol warlord Timur Leng’s invasions, Georgia never recovered and faced the inevitable fragmentation that was followed by a long period of stagnation. In 1442, he abdicated the throne and retired to a monastery.

Alexander I of Georgia 
king of Georgia (1412-1442)
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Date of birth1390
Date of death26 August 1445
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