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  Batbayan of Bulgaria - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Meanwhile, the Khazars attacked and eventually took the steppes between Don and the Urals, according to the treaty of 668 between Batbayan and the Khazar Kaban Khagan.
Batbayan's Bulgars are a part of the ethnogenesis of the nowaday's Crimean tatars.
This biography of a member of a European royal house is a stub.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Batbayan   (209 words)

  
 FT.com / Services & tools / SearchFT.com / Services & tools / Search   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
I imagine it would be very calm and gentle - here on Lake Huvsgul the water is very rough and cold," reflects Batbayan (like many Mongolians, he has only one name), decked out like all his shipmates in Soviet-era naval uniform bearing a captain's insignia.
Batbayan is one of Mongolia's seven regular sailors, and is the only one who can swim.
Even though they have not been paid their Dollars 12 monthly salary for months, however, they are not considering quitting.
search.ft.com /searchArticle?id=011124000801   (953 words)

  
 History of Bulgaria
After Kubrat's death around 665 AD, the power was transferred to his oldest son Batbayan.
The neighboring Hazar khaganate seized the window of opportunity and conquered Batbayan's lands.
Khan Kubrat's second son, Kotrag, together with a part of the proto-Bulgarians withdrew to the rivers of Volga and Kama, where they and the local tribes created a state called Volgo-Kama Bulgaria, converted to Islam during the 10th century AD.
deyanivanov.net:8000 /bulgaria/bul_history.html   (1619 words)

  
 Bulgaria.com - History, Rulers of Bullgaria - Khan Kubrat   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The five sons, however, went their separate ways and Great Bulgaria gradually fell apart.
The firstborn son, Batbayan (Bayan), stayed in his native land and was soon subdued by the Khazars.
The second son, Kotrag, founded a state in the confluence of the Volga and the Kam, which survived until the beginning of the 13th century.
www.bulgaria.com /history/rulers/kubrat.html   (583 words)

  
 Bulgarians
Most scholars connect the mythical Avitohol, the father of the second ruler in the Name List Kan Irnik, with kan Atilla of Dulo family, who died in the same year 453, given for Avitohol.
His first son- Bayan (Batbayan)* - remains in the lands of Great Bulgaria as a vassal to the Hazars.
His second son - Kotarg, together with parts of the Bulgarian people, settled along the middle reaches of the Volga where, some time later, still another state of the ancient Bulgarians was born –Volga Bulgaria, which was also to play an important role in the medieval world.
www.mnsu.edu /emuseum/cultural/oldworld/europe/bulgaria.html   (2440 words)

  
 Dating proto-Bulgarians - Life&Leisure news
After Kubrat's death around 665 CE, power was transferred to his oldest son Batbayan.
The neighbouring Hazar khaganate seized the window of opportunity and conquered Batbayan's lands.
Khan Kubrat's second son, Kotrag, together with a part of the proto-Bulgarians withdrew to the rivers of Volga and Kama, where they and the local tribes created a state called Volgo-Kama Bulgaria, converted to Islam during the 10th century CE.
www.sofiaecho.com /article/dating-proto-bulgarians/id_5970/catid_32   (952 words)

  
 Kubrat - WikiLeasing.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Kubrat ruled in peace with the Byzantine Empire, a result of his knowing and respect dor the 7th century Byzantine culture.
At the time of his death some time between 641 and 668, Kubrat allocated provinces of his Empire to various relatives, and appointed Bezmer (also called Bezmes Bayan and Batbayan) his heir as the next Baltavar.
In time however, disgruntled with Baltavar Batbayan's tribute to the Khazars, certain relatives led factions of the once great ribal union into secession.
www.wikileasing.com /5/Kubrat.html   (377 words)

  
 Khan Asparukh (1981)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Kotrag went north and founded the Volga-Kama Bulgaria which existed until the 13th century when it was destroyed by the Tatars.
Batbayan remained at the Sea of Azov but suffered defeats at the hands of the Khazars.
His horde was later integrated into Volgo-Kama Bulgaria.
www.gotterdammerung.org /film/reviews/k/khan-asparukh.html   (781 words)

  
 Bolgar
The death of Khan Kubrat around 665 AD eventually led to the dissolution of Great Bulgaria.
Batbayan (also known as Bayan, Boyan) remained the ruler of the land north of the Black and the Azov Seas, which was, however, soon subdued by the Khazars.
The Bulgars converted to Judaism in the 9th century, along with the Khazars, and were eventually assimilated.
www.governpub.com /Languages-B/Bolgar.php   (998 words)

  
 Great Bulgaria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Thus they decided to separate and seek their fortunes independently.
Kubrat's firstborn son, Batbayan {or Bayan} and his horde, remained on the coast of the Sea of Azov, and were later integrated into Volga Bulgaria.
Kuber led his part of the Bulgars first to Pannonia and then settled in Macedonia, eventually they were absorbed by the Bulgaria of Asparuh {or Isperih}.
members.tripod.com /great-bulgaria/Kubrat/Kubrat.html   (807 words)

  
 MacoBulgarian: "......The name 'bulgarian' is a false currency....."   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Are you really a descendant of Atila, Batbayan, Belkermek and the rest of the asiatic horde which came to Macedonia and which was kicked out just the same to Epirus and the lands on today's Albania???
What a shame: some Macedonians get priviledges for selling their own people and accepting an ethnonym (Bulgarian) that belongs to an asiatic people half a planet away from Macedonia.
Are you really a descendant of Atila, Batbayan, : Belkermek and the rest of the asiatic horde which came to : Macedonia and which was kicked out just the same to Epirus and : the lands on today's Albania???
members.boardhost.com /Bulgaria/msg/14600.html   (478 words)

  
 Avars and Bulgars in Italy
The five sons of Kubrat then chose each a different solution:
In his following sentences, Bury attempted also to derive the Croatian title "ban" (governor, viceroy) from Bayan, the name of the Avar khan who had led his people to Pannonia, or even from Batbayan, the eldest son of Kubrat.
This type of concluding quickly led to the birth of the "Turkic" theory of Croatian origins.
www.lahana.org /blog/Avars.htm   (3666 words)

  
 Genealogy of David Weaver and Kenna Walters   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The five sons, however, went theirseparate ways and Great Bulgaria gradually fell apart.
The firstborn son, Batbayan (Bayan), stayed in his native land and wassoon subdued by the Khazars.
The second son, Kotrag, founded a state inthe confluence of the Volga and the Kam, which survived until thebeginning of the 13th century.
www.daveweaverfamily.com /a50.htm   (4342 words)

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