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  Bulgars
United under Kubrat (Kurt, known to Arabs as Shahriar) of the Dulo clan, the Bulgars joined forces with the Onogur Avars and broke loose from the Turkic khanate in the 630s.
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.
A third Bulgar tribe, led by the youngest son Asparukh, moved westward, occupying today’s southern Bessarabia.
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 Bulgaria.com - History, Rulers of Bullgaria - Khan Kubrat   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Kubrat made peace with the mighty empire and was awarded the title of patrician by Emperor Heraclius.
The state of Khan Kubrat, who is also mentioned as Kurt in the Name List of Bulgarian Khans, spread from the Kuban in the east to the rivers Donets and Dnieper in the north and west and to the Sea of Azov and the Black Sea in the south.
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.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Kubrat
In the Nominalia of the Bulgarian khans Kubrat is mentioned as Kurt of the Dulo clan.
Kubrat), the prince of the Moutanes (i.e.Huns), and a nephew of Kuemaka (i.e.Organa), was baptized as a child and was educated in Constantinople and received into the Christian community in his childhood and had grown up in the imperial palace.' He was a close friend of emperor Heraclius.
Kubrat ruled in peace with the Byzantine Empire, a result of his close friendship with the Byzantine emperor and, conceivably, of his appreciation of Byzantine culture.
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 Kubrat
Kubrat (Chouvrt, possibly meaning Uarian or Uar Father) was born in 605 and became a signifcant Bulgar ruler in 635.
A later legend describes Kubrat as a descendant of Attila the Hun.
Kubrat was endorsed by his uncle the Gokturk Sibir-Khan Mokhodu as the first king of the Onogurs at about the time the western Turkic Khaganate collapsed.
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 Kubrat Info - Bored Net - Boredom   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Kubrat was endorsed by Khan Sibir as the first king of Onogur, the 2nd Avar dynasty.
Under his and his son Bayan 3's rule, Avaria grew to stretch from the Danube to the Volga rivers.
Kubrat established peace with Byzantium, due to his respect for Byzantine culture.
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 Great Bulgaria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Khan Kubrat {or Kurt, or Kuvrat} was born around 585-587 AD He was of the Dulo {or Dub, or Dubo} clan, from the Unogondurs tribe of Bulgars.
The other important aspect of the state policy of Khan KUBRAT is the organization of large-scale military expeditions aiming at the establishment of the state's sovereignty and concluding international treaties with neighboring and far-off countries.
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.
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 Birth of Great Bulgaria, Khan Kubrat
651 AD After Kubrat's death, the State is divided between his five sons; the youngest, khan Asparukh establishes the new Bulgarian capital in the South of the delta of Danube (Ongula); khan Kotragh, the second son, moves to the North-East and sets up the Volga Bulgaria (capital Bulgar, nowadays Kazan in Tatarstan, Russia).
It is clear that khan Kubrat was a man who had acquired in Byzantium great knowledge about the structure and functioning of the state machinery and who, without doubt, tried to establish a perfectly workable administration in his new state after bringing it in conformity with the local conditions and tradition.
The decisive support of khan Kubrat to Martina, widow of his friend, the emperor of the East Roman Empire Heraclius, and her son Heraclonas, is described in the Chronicle of John, Bishop of Nikiou.
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 Chalgaparty.com | Sınırların ötesinden!
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Son 15 yýlda DPS’nin en kalýcý siyasi partilerden biri olarak kendisini kanýtladýðýný belirten Staniþev, asimilasyon politikasý için Sosyalist Parti’nin suçunu itiraf etti.
Bulgaristan’da son 12 ayda tüketici fiyatlarý yüzde 8.5 arttý.
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 Bayan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bayan, the larger drum of the tabla set.
Bayan area an area within the Hawalli governorate of Kuwait
BAYAN, a leftist political coalition in the Philippines
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 Bulgars information - Search.com
United under Kubrat (Kurt, known to Arabs as Shahriar) of the Dulo clan, the Bulgars joined forces with the Onogur Avars and broke loose from the Turkic khanate in the 630s.
Kubrat's sons, however, did not heed these very specific words, and thus after the death of Kubrat around AD 665, the following Khazar expansion eventually led to the dissolution of Great Bulgaria.
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.
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 Kubrat also Kurt Kovrat Kobrat Kuvrat Kubert Korbat Qobrat Khudbard...
Kubrat was endorsed by Khan Sibir as the first king of Onogur Onogur, the 2nd Avar dynasty.
Under his and his son Bayan's rule, Avaria grew to stretch from the Danube Danube to the Volga Volga rivers.
Kubrat Han hezinelere =: Sokrovishcha Khana Kubrata = The treasures of Khan Kubrat
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 Martenitsa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Khan Kubrat’s five sons went hunting accompanied by their sister Houba.
The brothers who left secretly arranged with Houba and Bayan to send word by a golden thread tied to the leg of a bird if they were able to find a free land.
While both Bayan and Houba managed to reach the land Asparukh had found (present-day Bulgaria) they were at the point of death by the time they did so.
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 Avars and Bulgars in Italy
Kubrat's second son, Kotrag, led his people to the "Black Islands" in Middle Volga, where finally by the 10th century the Volga Bulgar state arose.
The third son, Asparukh, seems to have opposed the Khazars in the lands between the Dnjepr and Dnjestr, before he led his people to the lower Danube, where the Byzantine sources first mention this particular Bulgar group in 681.
The fourth son, as it appears, was the already mentioned Kuver, who had fled with some of his people to Pannonia, among the Avars, before the episode of insurrection and migration to Macedonia.
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 Ukraine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
According to the Norse Sagas, Askold was the son of Hvitserk, one of Ragnar Lodbrok's sons.
Igor was reputedly the son of Rurik (see Novgorod) and Oleg his regent and guardian, but Khazar documents (the Schechter Letter) refer to Oleg as contemporaneous with Emperor Romanus (940's) and places his death around 941.
Her son Svyatoslav rejected Christianity and it was left to her grandson Vladimir to reintroduce the religion to Russia on a larger scale.
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 Nomads of the Steppe   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Under Khan Kubrat, who united the Kutrigurs and Utrigurs, the two main Bulgar hordes, the Bulgars founded an empire centered on the Azov region but stretching as far east as the Volga and as far west as the Carpathians.
In Classical and subsequent Mediaeval genealogies, Genger was regarded as a son of the Trojan Prince Helenos (himself a son of Priam), by Andromache, widow of Hector.
Kubrat (or Kurt) united the remaining Hunnish hordes around the Black Sea under his rule and is regarded as the founder of the Bulgar nation.
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 The Ultimate Martenitsa Dog Breeds Information Guide and Reference
In his last hours Kubrat wanted to tell his offspring—Bayan, Kotrag, Asparukh, Kuber and Altsek —not to sever the still tenuous link between the different Bulgarian tribes.
Houba, Kubrat`s daughter was taken prisoner by Ashiba.
Bayan stayed with his sister and recognized the supremacy of the Khazars.
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 Kubrat - WikiLeasing.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Kubrat was endorsed by his uncle, as BaltAvar just bbefore the western Turkic Khaganate collapsed.
Under his and his son Bezmer's (also called Bayan) rule, OOd Great Bulgaria grew to stretch from the Danube delta to the Volga river.
Kubrat ruled in peace with the Byzantine Empire, a result of his knowing and respect dor the 7th century Byzantine culture.
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As the Hegemony of the Western Turkic Empire crumbled, the Onogur dynasty was founded by Kubrat around 630, a man of Avar-Bulgar heritage from the Bulgar clan Dulo.
The Avar state persisted in Pannonia throughout the 7th and 8th century, and the Avars are presumed to have mostly controlled the Slavs who had lived in the area since a few decades before the Avar arrival.
Bayan I settles pannonia in 568 and established Avar Puppet Houdbaad of Onogunduri -Kutigurs and Utigurs in 580s
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 Bulgarians: Vlach or Turkic? - www.ezboard.com
And they will eat your harvest and your bread, and their sons and daughters, and your sheep and oxen, and your grapes and figs, and they will ruin the fortified cities of yours which you trust with their sword”.
His sons did not follow the rules established by their father, and every one of them, supported by the peoples subject to him, claimed for supreme authority.
The eldest son of Kubrat, Batbai (Batian, Basian) remained in the native fatherland and soon surrendered to Khazars (Fig.
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The second son - KOTARG, together with parts of the Bulgarian people, settles along the middle reaches of the Volga where, some time later, still another state of the ancient Bulgarians is born - VOLGA BULGARIA, which is also to play an important role in the mediaeval world.
The evidence about the origin and the deeds of KUBRAT is quite enough to draw picture of his statesmanship and his importance as one of the greatest rulers in early Mediaeval Europe.
Khan KUBRAT imposes stability the domestic life of the state, expands his power over the ruling families and Byzantines start calling him "ruler of BULGARIA." The dynasty principle in ruling the country is succeeded by Bulgaria of ASPARUH at the very beginning of its development, "The Name List of Bulgarian Khans" indicates.
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 Bulgarians infoTurkish.com Herşey Hakkında Türkçe Bilgi
The old Bulgar name Boris has spread from Bulgaria to a number of countries in the world with Russian Tsar Boris Godunov and German tennis player Boris Becker being two of the examples of its use.
(John Atanasov-John Atanasoff) The suffix -ov is the Slavic possessive case suffix, thus Nikola's son becomes Nikolov, and Ivan's son becomes Ivanov.
It used to be given to the child of an unmarried woman (for example the son of Kuna will get the surname Kunin and the son of Gana "“ Ganin).
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 @ Discover Ancient Bulgaria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
One of the first steps of the new ruler was to move the capital to Preslav, a fortified town in the vicinity of Pliska, probably because of the steadily strong pagan influence in the old capital.
Khan Malamir was the youngest son of Omurtag and ruled between 831 and 836.
Kubrat’s son Kotrag, avoided the Khazars by leading his horde far to the north, where it eventually occupied a country around the confluence of the Volga and Kama rivers.
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 Bulgarians
During the year 635 kanasubigi Kubrat had sent envoys to the Byzantine Empire to sign a peace treaty with Emperor Iraklii and then Kubrat was given the title “Patrician”.
After Kubrat’s death in the middle 60s of the 7th century, Great Bulgaria gradually disintegrated under the blows of 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.
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 Bulgars - WikiLeasing.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
United under Kubrat or Kurt (known to Arabs as Shahriar) of the Dulo clan, the joined forces of the Onogur and Kutrigur Bulgars broke loose from the Turkic khanate in the 630s.
On his death-bed, Khan Kubrat had his sons gather sticks and bring them to him, which he then bundled together and told gis eldest son Boyan to break the bundle.
After a auccessful war with Byzantium in 680, Asparukh's khanate conquered Moesia and Dobrudja and was recognised as an independent state under the subsequent treaty signed with the Byzantine Empire and emperor Constantine IV Pogonatus in 681.
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 Who were the Macedonians ? (Background to todays conflict) [Free Republic]
One of these five, remaining on the coast of the Sea of Azov, was absorbed into the new empire of the Khazars; another migrated to central Europe and was merged with the Avars; and another disappeared into service under the Lombards in Italy.
Kurt's son Bezmer, or Bat-Bayan, avoided the Khazars by leading his horde far to the north, where it eventually occupied an ill-defined country around the confluence of the Volga and Kama rivers.
In 1237 they were made subject to the Mongol Golden Horde, and, though the city of Bulgar flourished for a long time afterward, the people gradually lost their identity and were mingled with the Russians.
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 Untitled
The third son of Kubrat, Asparuk settles in the lower segment of the Danube founding Bulgaria.
The fifth son of Kubrat settled in Ravena, Italy in 679 in Pentapolis.
The son of Krum is Salan and his son Simeon Czar of Bulgaria.
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The Bulgar warlords broke off the alliance with the Avars soon after Kubrat's death.
The Avar name Bayan in Caucasian Avar language mean Victor "Behun" it also could be translated as "Bo"=Army-Country of Huns.
Also the later Kavars are speculated to have spoken a Cuman dialect akin to that of the Pechenegs.
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 Bolgaria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
After the breakup of Great Bulgaria, Khan Kubrat's son Bezmer {or Bat-Bayan, or Bate Bayan} led his horde far to the north, occupying the land around the confluence of the Volga and Kama rivers.
In 922 AD, the Volgo-Kama version of Khan Boris, Kahn Almush, son of Shilki, had Bolgaria accept Islam as the official state religion.
Now Tatar is a bit more complicated as it is both a name for Tribes subjugated by the Mongols {like the Volga Bulgars} as well as the name of an actual Turkic tribe from western China, who were also subjugated by Gengis Khan, suffice it to say today's Tatars are a mix of the two.
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