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By Crusader1307

A Feudal Russian Title comparable to that of ''Duke'' (and possibly substituted with ''Prince'') – ''Mtavari'' was in used from the 5th Century to 11th Century AD. The Title was award by The Tsar (King) and was only given to 5 Princes (sub-Rulers), who were in charge of often far flung Provinces and Territories, by which The Tsar needed reliable and trustworthy Men to control. By the 15th Century AD, ''Mtavari'' was also used as an inherited Title (Father to Son). The Position disappeared from usage around the 17th Century AD.