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The southern part of the promontory was occupied by a citadel, of about 3,250 square metres.
Its continuation and streets within the town were about 2,5 metre-wide, paved with large stone slabs, and edged by a low stone wall.
An unnamed "emir of Dmanisi" is known to have supported the Seljuq commander Sau-tegin Sarhang al-Khass—"Sarang Alkhazi" of the Georgian sources Threatened by the resurgent Georgian monarchy, the Muslim oligarchy of Dmanisi joined the appeal of Ganja and Tiflis to the Seljuq sultan Mahmud II against the encroachments from David IV of Georgia in 1121.
David captured Dmanisi in March 1123, but his son Demetrius I had to reconquer the town in 1125.
In the process it became apparent that medieval pits or cellars had been dug into sand and ash deposits containing prehistoric animal bones and stone tools.
The Dmanisi historic site consists of two major parts comprising the remains of a settlement, its fortifications, churches, cemeteries, and other structures.