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Bagrat II of Tao Wikipedia
Bagrat II (Georgian: ბაგრატ II) (died 966) was a Georgian prince of the Bagratid dynasty of Tao-Klarjeti and hereditary ruler of Upper Tao, with the title of eristavt-eristavi, "duke of dukes", from 961 to 966.
Bagrat was a son and successor of Adarnase II Kuropalates. Details of his brief rule are not known. The 10th-century Georgian hagiography Vita of Grigol Khandzteli by Giorgi Merchule mentions him as a man of letters and builder of churches. He died without issue, being succeeded by his brother David III.