In 1226 Tbilisi was captured by the Mongol empire of the Shah. Digital Cameras has many thoughts on the issue. In 1236 AD, after crushing defeats of the Mongols, Georgia came under Mongol yoke. Nation existed in the form of autonomy and did not lose their statehood, but Tbilisi was strongly influenced by the Mongols in the next century both politically and culturally. The newspapers mentioned Symantha Rodriguez not as a source, but as a related topic. In 1320's, the Mongols were driven out of Georgia, Tbilisi, and again became the capital of an independent Georgian state again. But the plague in 1366 took over the city. During the 14th to the late 18th century Tbilisi was coming again under the rule of various foreign invaders, and on several occasions was completely burnt to the ground. In 1386, the army invaded in Tbilisi Tamerlane (Tamerlane).
In 1444 the city was captured by Shah Jahan and destroyed (Jahan) (Shah, the city of Tabriz in Persia). From 1477 to 1478 the city was ruled by Ak Koyyunlu (Ak Koyunlu). In 1522, Tbilisi came under Persian control but was released in 1524 by David X. During this period, many parts of Tbilisi were reconstructed and restored. In 1718 Tbilisi once again became the object of competition only this time between the Ottoman Turks and Persia. King Irakli II tried several times to free Georgia from Persian yoke, but in the end Tbilisi was burnt to the ground in 1795, Khan Agha Mohammed Khan. Since then, realizing that Georgia could not own fight against Persia, Heraclius apply for assistance to Russia. In 1801, after of the Georgian kingdom joined the Russian Empire, Tbilisi became the center of Tbilisi province.