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 Encyclopedia: Batbayan
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.
Edited by - Batbayan on November 04 2004 12:22:30
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Batbayan   (1270 words)

  
 Khan Asparukh (1981)
Batbayan remained at the Sea of Azov but suffered defeats at the hands of the Khazars.
Kotrag went north and founded the Volga-Kama Bulgaria which existed until the 13th century when it was destroyed by the Tatars.
His horde was later integrated into Volgo-Kama Bulgaria.
www.gotterdammerung.org /film/reviews/k/khan-asparukh.html   (781 words)

  
 Bulgars - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The khan’s eldest son, Batbayan (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 death of khan Kubrat around AD 665 and the following Khazar expansion eventually led to the dissolution of Great Bulgaria.
Those Bulgars converted to Judaism in the 9th century, along with the Khazars, and were eventually assimilated.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bulgars   (777 words)

  
 Bulgars
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 death of Khan Kubrat around 665 AD eventually led to the dissolution of Great Bulgaria.
The Bulgars converted to Judaism in the 9th century, along with the Khazars and were eventually assimilated.
pedia.newsfilter.co.uk /wikipedia/b/bu/bulgars.html   (602 words)

  
 Onogur - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
After Kubrat's death around 665, his son Batbayan was left in charge of the Khaganate, but it soon splintered.
First, the Kotrags left to the Middle Volga (Volga Bulgaria), then rebel (Kouber) tribes seceded in Pannonia, while other Bulgars in that region sought refuge with the Lombards.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Onogurs   (467 words)

  
 Wikipedia: Kubrat
After Kubrat's death, Bezmer (also called Bezmes Bayan and Batbayan) inherited his rule, but soon other "sons" led factions of the once great empire in secession.
The first, called Kotrag after the tribes he led, moved up the Volga to found the state of Great Bulgaria.
He was buried near Poltava (from Balt-Avar, meaning Chief of Avars).
www.factbook.org /wikipedia/en/k/ku/kubrat.html   (268 words)

  
 Bulgaria.com - History, Rulers of Bullgaria - Khan Kubrat
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.
The five sons, however, went their separate ways and Great Bulgaria gradually fell apart.
www.bulgaria.com /history/rulers/kubrat.html   (583 words)

  
 The Proto-Bulgarians in European History : Bulgaria
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.
The neighboring Hazar khaganate seized the window of opportunity and conquered Batbayan's lands.
After Kubrat's death around 665 AD, the power was transferred to his oldest son Batbayan.
www.kirildouhalov.net /history/proto-bulgarians.html   (827 words)

  
 Great Bulgaria
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}.
Thus they decided to separate and seek their fortunes independently.
members.tripod.com /great-bulgaria/Kubrat/Kubrat.html   (807 words)

  
 History of Bulgaria
However, the neighboring Hazar khaganate succeeded to conquer the largest part of Old Great Bulgaria’s lands.
After Kubrat's death in 665 AD the power was transferred to his oldest son Batbayan.
Relying on their armed forces they succeeded to survive in the turmoil of the Great Migration.
www.bulgaria2net.com /about/history.html   (7131 words)

  
 All Empires History Forum: Bulgaria
The firstborn son, Batbayan, stayed in Great Bulgaria, but the Khazars soon conquered him and his lands.
Kotrag took a tribe to the shores of the Volga River, and founded Volga Bulgaria.
But after his death, each of the five sons took a tribe, each wanting to lead.
www.allempires.com /forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=1846&PN=1   (7341 words)

  
 TurkicWorld
Kubrat's 1st son Bayan (Batbayan) is elected Baltavr and remains in Great Bulgaria, confederated with Khazars
Kubrat's 2nd son Kotrag resettled his Kuturgurs (Kotrags) West of Don, and in 730-740 they spread to E. ov area to join Kuban Bulgars.
Khan Kubrat Dulo (24) (618-660) died, is buried 13 km from Baltavar, present Poltava, burial excavated in 1912, no anthropological, forensic examination
sophistikatedkids.com /turkic/70%20Dateline/71%20Huns/hun%20dateline%207%20En.htm   (892 words)

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