High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Bacurius was a Roman
general and a member of the royal family of Iberia (modern Georgia)
mentioned by several Greco-Roman authors of the 4th and 5th
centuries. It is accepted, but not universally, that all these
refer to the same person, an Iberian "king" or "prince," who joined
the Roman military ranks. Scholarly opinion is divided whether
Bacurius can be identified with one of the king Bakur (Georgian: )
of the medieval Georgian annals who might have taken refuge in the
Roman possessions in the process of Roman-Iranian conflicts over
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