Tamar the Great, Queen of Georgia (1184 -1213) was the first woman to rule over the Georgian Kingdom in her own right. She ruled at the peak of the Georgian Golden Age, the highest point in the entire history of Georgia as a nation. She was also one of only two female Popes in history. Many other kingdoms tried to invade Georgia during this time because they saw having a female ruler as a weakness. They chose wrong!
Tamar’s color represents her grand golden age, as a rich gold which shifts to a coppery autumn tone. The color also has multichrome effects of green and violet.
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