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  Ivan Asen II of Bulgaria Information
The alliance was cemented with the marriage of Ivan Asen II's daughter to Theodore's brother Manuel.
The last recorded action of Ivan Asen II is his defeat of a column of the Mongol army of Batu Khan in the course of its retreat from Hungary in 1241.
Ivan Asen II had sought to bolster the effectiveness of his state by providing for some level of administrative control and concluding a commercial treaty with the republic of Dubrovnik (Ragusa), a dependency of Venice.
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 The Dispatch - Serving the Lexington, NC - News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
During the course of the siege the Byzantines captured the wife of Ivan Asen, who was exchanged for Ivan Asen's younger brother Kaloyan (Kalojan) as a hostage at the conclusion of a truce.
The retreating Byzantine army was ambushed by Ivan Asen I in the Balkan passes and Isaac II barely escaped with his life in 1190.
During his return from the southwest, Ivan Asen I was murdered by Ivanko, one of his military commanders, who was threatened with punishment for an affair with the sister of Ivan Asen I's wife.
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 Bulgarian History
Led by the nobles Ivan Asen and Peter Asen, the Bulgarians revolted against Byzantine rule in 1185 and established a second empire.
In 1204, following the Latin occupation of Constantinople, Ivan and Peter’s brother, Kaloyan (reigned 1197-1207) temporarily broke with the Eastern Orthodox Church and accepted the primacy of the pope (renouncing it again in 1234).
Ivan Asen II (reigned 1218-1241), the fifth ruler of the Asen dynasty, added western Thrace, the remainder of Macedonia, and part of Albania to the empire in 1230.
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 Ivan Asen II of Bulgaria - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Ivan Asen II (Ioan Asen II) (1218–1241), tsar of Bulgaria, was the son of Asen, founder of the Second Bulgarian Empire.
With its support Ioan Asen returned to Bulgaria in 1218 to successfully overthrow his cousin and be crowned as tsar.
Borders of Bulgaria during the reign of Ioan Asen II (http://bgns.net/site/index.php?option=com_contentandtask=viewandid=132andItemid=63)
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 Ivan Asen II - Encyclopedia.com
A good soldier and administrator, Ivan restored order, controlled the boyars, and acquired much of Albania, Serbia, Macedonia, and Epirus (1230).
He forged alliances through the marriages of his daughters, but a treaty to make him regent of the Latin empire was repudiated by Latins fearful of Bulgaria's growing power, and he afterward separated the Bulgarian church from Rome.
She and her lover, Richard (Ivan Trojan), a surgeon, are members of the...
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 Properties In Pamporovo-Bulgaria
John-Assen II (1218 –; 1241) was the best known and most powerful ruler of the period of the Second Bulgarian kingdom.
The mighty power of Bulgaria was restored under their youngest brother Kaloyan (1197-1207), and under Tsar Ivan Asen II (1218-1241) the Second Bulgarian Kingdom reached its highest efflorescence establishing political hegemony in South-East Europe, expanding its borders, pushing forward economical and cultural development.
In August 1943 Tsar Boris III died and a regency was proclaimed that governed the state in lieu of the young Tsar Simeon II.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Bulgaria
On their death (1197) their youngest brother Kaloyan, or Ivanitza, ruled alone until 1207; he entered into negotiations with the Holy See, promised to recognize the spiritual supremacy of the pope, and in November, 1204, was crowned with the royal diadem by Cardinal Leo, legate of Pope Innocent III.
King Ivan Asen II (1218-41) formed an alliance with Emperor Vatatzes against the Latin Empire (1234), and again joined the Greek Church, which thereupon solemnly recognized the autonomy of the Church of Tirnovo (1235).
Achrida continued as a Graeco-Bulgarian metropolitan see, with Greek or helenized occupants, until it was suppressed by the Porte in 1767 in consequence of the intrigues of the oecumenical patriarchs.
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 IvanAsen2
The son of Kaloyan's brother, Ivan Asen II, sat on the Turnovo throne from 1218 to 1241.
Although his military undertakings were successful, he put under his sceptre vast territories between the Black, the Aegean and the Adriatic Sea mainly through diplomatic moves.
Although the family of Ivan Asen II did not exist for a very long period as a Bulgarian dynasty, many of its members infused their blood in the veins of monarchs, hierarchs and aristocratic families, some of which, in Italy, for example, have their living representatives even today.
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 Buy Bulgarian Property - Bulgarian Real Estate Agency
In 1186 the rebellion, led by the boyar brothers Asen and Peter, discarded Byzantium’s rule.
Under the rule of Tzar Ivan Asen II (1218-1241) the Second Bulgarian Kingdom reached its prime.
In August 1943 King Boris III died, and the Regency of the young king Simeon II was pronounced government of the country.
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 Bulgaria - The Second Golden Age
The noble brothers Asen and Peter led a revolt that forced Byzantine recognition of an autonomous Bulgarian state.
The final phase of Bulgaria's second Balkan dominance was the reign of Kaloian's successor, Ivan Asen II (1218-41; see fig.
After the death of Ivan Asen II, internal and external political strife intensified.
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 The history of Bulgaria
During the 7- 6 century BC the Bulgarian Black sea coast is colonized by Hellenic tradesmen and sea - farers.
In the 4th century BC the territory of contemporary Bulgaria is conquered by the Macedonians lead by Philip II and his son Alexander the Great.
In 1018 after severe defence Bulgaria falls under Byzantine rule until 1187, when the brothers Asen and Petar from Veliko Tarnovo gained the independence of Bulgaria and established the Second Bulgarian Kingdom.
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 Venue Review Bulgaria News - Sofia Echo
When I told my grandpa, who lives there, that I was going to write about Tsar Ivan Asen II Street, his reaction was that there is nothing interesting about it.
There is no public transport on Ivan Asen II, but it poses no real inconvenience since the street is fairly short.
Apart from the hitherto mentioned stores, Tsar Ivan Asen II Street can also pride itself on having several flower shops, cell phone stores, a banicharnitsa, a kitchen utensil store, undergarment stores, linens and clothing stores, photo stores, a dentist, lamp store, a beauty salon, hairdressers, music store, a butcher, a furniture store and more.
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 Ivan Asen II of Bulgaria - Definition, explanation
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 Maya Toncheva - Personal Homepage - Photos
Assenovgrad, 31.12.2004 - celebrating New Year's Day with my boyfriend Velislav
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