The first builders of Bulgarian statehood

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  • Georgi Atanasov
  • Author:  Georgi Atanasov
  • Year: 14-04-2015
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  • Product Code:  1516-01
  • SKU: 16.0141
  • ISBN: 978-619-152-614-7
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In this book, the reader will find new, unexpected reports and summarizing analyzes of our first khans. He will see how much more complete the picture of our beginnings is due to the interdisciplinary approach to personalities and events, combining the latest discoveries by the archaeologists from Volga to Italy, the new reading of the written sources, the updated information on the coins and seals, the style analysis of the treasures, the architectural phenomena etc. You will be curious about who is actually the uncle of Kubrat, how and who built the beginning of the Bulgarian statehood and even the year of this event. Even more exciting are the achievements of Kubrat - khan or kagan, his control on the river Dnieper, how he integrates the tribes of anti, north people and Slavs and why Asparuh is his direct heir. Why the peace of 681 has no analogue in Roman history? And for Tervel - the first Caesar and the first imperial son-in-law "foreigner" and his inimitable palace!

About the Author

Georgi Atanasov

Georgi Atanasov

Prof. dr. Georgi Atanasov was born on January 6, 1957 in the town of Alfatar, Silistra. In 1982 he graduated from the Faculty of History of Veliko Tarnovo University. Since 1983 he has been archaeolog... Read more

Tags: Anthropology & Archeology, The Balkans & the Balkan countries, Middle Ages, Old Bulgarian Sources, Bulgarian History, Thracian Heritage

Year 14-04-2015
Pages 392
Size 140/215 мм
Weight 0.45 kg
Cover Type Paperback
Genre Anthropology & Archeology, The Balkans & the Balkan countries, Middle Ages, Old Bulgarian Sources, Bulgarian History, Thracian Heritage

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