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  Morrowind:Dulo Ancestral Tomb - UESPWiki
Dulo Ancestral Tomb is a hideout for the Aundae Vampire Clan in the northwestern Molag Amur region.
Dulo Ancestral Tomb is located in the Molag Amur region, west of Tel Uvirith and just over the hills from Galom Daeus.
It is an Aundae Clan lair, and as such, is it guarded by five vampires.
www.uesp.net /wiki/Morrowind:Dulo_Ancestral_Tomb   (176 words)

  
  Dulo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Dulo clan or House of Dulo, the ruling dynasty of the early Bulgars;
Dulo, Mandara, the capital of the historical African state of Mandara in what is now Cameroon.
This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dulo   (103 words)

  
 Dulo - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The Dulo Clan or the House of Dulo was the name of the ruling dynasty of the early Bulgars.
This was the clan of Khan Kubrat and his sons Batbayan and Asparuh.
You can find it there under the keyword Dulo (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dulo)The list of previous authors is available here: version history (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Duloandaction=history).
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Dulo   (139 words)

  
 Khazars - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
With the collapse of the Gokturk empire/tribal confederation due to internal conflict in the seventh century, the western half of the Turk empire itself split into two confederations, the Bulgars, led by the Dulo clan, and the Khazars, led by the Asena clan, the traditional rulers of the Gok Turk empire.
By 670, the Khazars had broken the Bulgar confederation, leaving the three Bulgar remnants on the Volga, the Black Sea and the Danube.
The Ashina clan were considered to be the chosen of Tengri and the qaghan was the incarnation of the favor the sky-god bestowed on the Turks.
www.encyclopedia-online.info /Khazars   (785 words)

  
 bulgars
The clan was administered by clan leaders called "boils" and the most talented soldiers, called "bagain".
It is from him that the legendary ruling clan, the Dulo, originated.
Under the leadership of Kubrat /632-663?/ of the Dulo clan, the Bulgars in the northern Caucasian region were united in the beginning of the 630s.
www.angelfire.com /bug/berberian12/bulgars.htm   (1891 words)

  
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Avar Khagnate had weakened as a consequence of the internal skirmishes for the throne, the Bulgars had gained strength and in 632 the Utigurs {or Unogonduri, or Unogondurs} broke loose from the Avar khanate.
Khan Kubrat, who was from the Dulo {or Dub, or Dubo} clan, belonged to the Utigurs tribe.
Attila himself was also from House of Dub, in fact the Dulo clan was a very highly regarded family among all the nomads.
debian.fmi.uni-sofia.bg /~nikola1/page.htm   (835 words)

  
 THE FIRST BULGARIAN STATE FORMATIONS
When the leader of the Huns, Bulümar, raised a banner of a Dulo clan “a red felt ball witha tail of multi-colored stripes on it” (1; 11), Bulgars understood that the closely related Huns are coming, and switched sides.
Thus, in the second half of the 50s of the 5th c., in the territory between the mouth of the Dnieper and the Crimean isthmus appeared a first state formation of ancient Bulgars, the princedom of Altynoba.
The thawing of the glacier caused a flood in the Volga - Ural region.
www.hunmagyar.org /turan/tatar/bulgar.html   (7320 words)

  
 Informat.io on Dulo Clan
This was the clan of Kubrat who founded the Onogur state of Bulgars and Avars, also known as the Old Great Bulgaria
A later chronicle claims that the Dulo clan is descended from Attila the Hun.
Rulers of Danube Bulgaria of the Dulo dynasty:
www.informat.io /?title=Dulo_clan   (106 words)

  
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Tarvel {or Terval} of the Dulo dynasty, son of Asparuh, succeeded his father to the throne.
Khan Chourmesius, who was from the Dulo clan, reigned from 721 to 738, he maintained peace with Byzantium.
The Vokil clan, replacing the Dulo clan as the ruling family.
www-it.fmi.uni-sofia.bg /courses/rtd/old/bg/prabqlgari/tervel.htm   (943 words)

  
 Background to Bulgarian Myth & Folklore
They were a freedom-loving agricultural people, living democratically in clan communes with no rigid organisational structures or hierarchies.
They were skilled in metalwork, and lived in clans under the leadership of khans who held absolute power.
Khan Asparuh, one of the five sons of the great Khan Kubrat of the Dulo clan, set out with a section of the Proto-Bulgarian tribe to seek new lands.
www.spellintime.fsnet.co.uk /Folklore.htm   (4616 words)

  
 The First Bulgrian State Formation
Hunugurs left Tarbagatai region under a leadership of Bulümar (in the Greek sources his name is given in the form Belemer) from the clan Bulyar.
When the leader of the Huns Bulümar raised a banner of a Dulo clan “a red felt ball with a tail of multi-colored stripes on it” (1; 11), Bulgars understood that closely related Huns are coming, and switched sides.
Bu-Yurgan (Yurgan is a name of one of Sabanian clans) was a giant and “renowned by such unusual strength, that he was nicknamed Ar-Buga” (1; 16), i.e.
www.turkleronline.com /turkler/turk_turuk/koken_isim/datelines/thefirst_bulgrian_stateformation.htm   (6915 words)

  
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Socially the Slavs were organized as exogamous clans {based on marriages outside blood relationship} or, more properly, as sibs {groups of lineages with common ancestry} since marriage did not cancel membership in the clan of one's birth--a type of organization unique among Indo-European peoples.
The Serbian slava is clearly dedicated to a saint held to be the founder of the clan.
More akin to the ancient pagan feasts of the Baltic is the Serbian seoska slava, or "slava of the village," in which the whole community participates and consumes in common the flesh of the victims prepared in the open air.
courses.wcupa.edu /rbove/eco343/050Compecon/Centeur/Bulgaria/BulgariaHistory.txt   (22991 words)

  
 Rasho Rashev - On the origin of the Proto-Bulgarians (1992)
It is that the Turkic linguistic remains and elements of material culture represent exclusively the language and the culture of the Proto-Bulgarian military-administrative and clan leadership.
The territory encompassed by Great Bulgaria varies, it is subject to the interpretation of their geographical reference points but all interpretations agree that it included the lands around the Sea of Azov.
However, not a single site that can be linked to the presence of a rich Turkic elite of the Dulo clan (the clan which assumed leadership in the Bulgar tribal union after the expansion of the Western Turkic khaganate at the second half of the VI c.
www.kroraina.com /bulgar/rashev.html   (5042 words)

  
 Bulgars (bulgars info)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
United under Kubrat (Kurt) of the Dulo clan, the Bulgars joined forces with the Onogur Avars and broke loose from the Turkic khanate in the 630s.
Recent research has suggested that many of the great confederations of steppe warriors were not genetically pure, but rather tended to be mixtures of Central Asian and eastern Caucasian.
Also, many clans may have claimed to be Huns simply based on the prestige and fame of the name, or it was attributed to them by outsiders describing their common characteristics, believed place of origin, or reputation.
lingelsheimia.en.wikimiki.info /en/Bulgars   (9387 words)

  
 Bulgarian National Alliance - Symbols
The emblem of our organization carries within itself the name of our Fatherland, a name which we must carry within our hearts, and for the prosperity of which we must fight.
On top of the tricolour we have embroidered the sign of the clan Dulo - a symbol of the khans that created Old Great Bulgaria, the present and Bulgaria-upon-Volga kingdoms.
The edelweiss is a symbol of our Sports Organization (SO), its purpose is the strengthening of the body and spirit of the young folk.
www.bgns.net /En/borba/symbols.html   (114 words)

  
 phorum - Our World Forum at Asiawind - The Hun Empire
406—453) was the last and most powerful king of the European Huns.He was from Bulgars clan of Dulo.He reigned over what was then Europe's largest empire, from 434 until his death.
United under Kubrat (Kurt) of the Hun Dulo clan, they broke loose from the khanate and formed an independent state between the lower course of the Danube to the west, the Black and the Azov Seas to the south, the Kuban river to the east, and the Donets river to the north.
He was of the house of Dulo, Dub or Duba.
www.asiawind.com /forums/read.php?f=3&i=164486&t=164226   (972 words)

  
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Organization: Yale University Newsgroups: sci.archaeology,sci.anthropology,sci.lang vassil karloukovski communicated to me: > >************************************ >In the Nominalia about Kormisosh is said: "This prince replaced/changed >the clan Doulo, that is Vihtoun." > >The word Vihtoun was unclear, but Dobrev links it to the persian >(middle-perisan?) "vih" (right, noble), "vih den" (goof faith, right >faith) [Sredne-iranskie jazIki, p.
Also about the ruling clan Doulo - it mean >"ruler" or "appointed to rule", something of that kind.
> Dulo - Dular > Ermi - Ermiar > Chakar - Chakarar > Kupi (Kupi-bulgar) - Kubiar > >Same as one person of Lezgin origin is called lezgi, while the whole >people - lezgiar.
members.tripod.com /~Groznijat/sci_lang/464598507.txt   (900 words)

  
 News from Bulgaria / May 22, 96
These are two gold rings, Kubrat's sceptre, a rhyton - symbol of the khan's power, a goblet, a chalice, the clasp and the tab of the khan's belt.
Kubrat of the Dulo clan, is the father of the founder of the Bulgarian state - Khan Asparuh.
According to historical documents, he ruled the Khaganate of Great Bulgaria (near the Caspian Sea) for almost 60 years.
www.hri.org /cgi-bin/brief?/news/balkans/bta/1996/96-05-22.bta.html   (2512 words)

  
 Krum - Indopedia, the Indological knowledgebase
Krum (died April 13, 814) was a Khan of Bulgaria, of the Dulo clan, from 808 to 814.
By defeating the Avar Khaganate, he expanded his territory to cover the lands between the Danube and the Carpathians.
Recommended Font to see diacritics - VU Arial.
www.indopedia.org /Krum.html   (546 words)

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