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Sep 8, 2021

[Answer] 2. Georgia had a "golden age" of sovereignty and architecture under medieval Queen Tamar the Great, but declined from this level beginning in the thirteenth century CE. Why?

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...1. A serious bubble in the real estate market 2. A series of invasions by the Mongols 3. A number of national revolutions 4. Loss of her overseas colonies The Mongols reached Georgian territory in the 1220s, and Georgian Queen Rusudan signed a very unfavorable peace treaty with them in 1243. Georgia's autonomy would wax and wane through the late Middle Ages, taking another blow with Tamerlane's invasions at the close of the fourteenth century. Though Georgia did maintain a number of adjoining client states, overseas imperialism was never a large factor in the country's history. Nationalism as such did not really exist in the middle ages, and real estate speculation is also anachronistic to the period.




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A series of invasions by the Mongols:


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