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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 was at the town of Phanagoria on the coast of the Azov Sea.
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.
www.geocities.com /nbulgaria/bulgaria/kubrat.htm   (2948 words)

  
  Wikipedia: Kubrat
Kubrat (also Kurt, Kovrat, Kobrat, Kuvrat, Kubert, Korbat, Khudbard, Kuvarog, Krovat Kurbat and even Bashtu) was an early Bulgar ruler.
Kubrat was endorsed by Khan Sibir as the first king of Onogur, the 2nd Avar dynasty.
Kubrat established peace with Byzantium, due to his respect for Byzantine culture.
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  Kubrat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kubrat (Bulgarian: Кубрат, Greek: χουβρτου) became the first bulgar BaltAvar in 632 by uniting under single rule all the Bulgar tribes and defeating the Avars.
Kubrat ruled in peace with the Byzantine Empire, a result of his knowing and respect for 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.
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 Kubrat - Information at Halfvalue.com
In the Nominalia of the Bulgarian khans Kubrat is mentioned as Kurt of the Dulo clan.
Kubrat spent time at the Byzantine court, either as a hostage or for protection from the dynastic war within the Turkic Khaganate.
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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 Informat.io on Kubrat
Kubrat (Chouvrt, possibly meaning "Uarian or Uar Father") was born in 605 and became a significant Bulgar ruler in 632.
Kubrat was endorsed by his uncle the Sibir han or Khan Mokhodu or Tukai (Old Bulgarian]] "born in the Year of the Horse") han as the first king of the Onogurs around the time the western Turkic Khaganate collapsed.
Kubrat established peace with the Byzantine Empire, due to his respect for Byzantine culture.
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 *** Guide-Bulgaria *** - Municipality Kubrat, District Razgrad, North-East Bulgaria
Koubrat Municipality is situated in the center of the Western Loudogorie Mountain and falls within Razgrad District (North-East Bulgaria).
The center of the municipality is town of Kubrat.
Small municipal water basins have been made near the villages of Yuper, Bozhourovo, Bissertsi, Gorichevo and others, which provide opportunities for sports fishing.
www.guide-bulgaria.com /NE/Razgrad/Kubrat   (373 words)

  
 Municipality of Kubrat   (Site not responding. Last check: )
One kilometer and a half east from Kubrat, in the region Yanka, Balbunar settlement hill is situated.
Balbunar accepts its new name in 1934 - after the name of the proto-Bulgarian khan Kubrat, famous in Bulgarian history with his wise advice to his sons: to be united, so that no one to be able to crush them as it is not easy the vineyards sticks tight in a bundle to be crushed.
In 1949 the village of Kubrat is proclaimed a town.
www.kubrat.bg /en/history.html   (369 words)

  
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Khan Kubrat was the first to put a stop to the care-free (pillaging of barbarian raids.
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.
www.bulgarianlondon.com /en_lon/uk/history/first_bulgarian_kingdom/kubrat.php   (564 words)

  
 Bulgaria.com - History of Bulgaria, Khan Kubrat   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The uncertainties concerning the reasons why, as a child, he had been sent to the capital of the Eastern Roman empire, can be reduced to two logical possibilities: to be made a hostage or to be given education as in the case of tsar Simeon who was sent there two and a half centuries later.
Kubrat could not have been a hostage since the Bulgarian tribes did not exist independently therefore, the decision as to whether there would be war with Byzantium or not did not rest with them.
The novelists and screen-play writers who had often represented khan Kubrat as a primitive steppe chieftain, with filthy sticky hair and with the rustic manners of an uncivilized elder, would probably have to correct their vision of the first Bulgarian ruler - one of the most learned men in Europe at that time.
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 Bulgarian history on stamps - khan Kubrat
In the middle of the 6th century AD the Bulgarian tribes living between the Caucasus, the Black and Caspian seas were conquered and fell under the rule of the so-called Turkic khanate.
In 632 AD Kubrat, leader of one of the tribes, shook off the power of the Turkut khagan and declared himself an independent ruler.
The third Kubrat's son, Asparukh, after desperate defensive battles managed to drive the Khazars back across the Dnepr and to utterly defeat them, thus stopping their offensive westwards.
stamps.dir.bg /history/kubrat.htm   (334 words)

  
 Kubrat Knoll   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Kubrat Knoll (Kubratova Mogila \ku-'bra-to-va mo-'gi-la\) is a rocky peak of elevation 140 m at the base of Inott Point, eastern Livingston Island.
It is named after Khan Kubrat, 632-668 AD, who founded the Kingdom of Great Bulgaria on the territory bounded by the Caucasus, Volga and the Carpathians in 632 AD.
The knoll is located at which is 640 m WSW of Inott Point, 2 km E of Arbanasi Nunatak and 1.8 km N of Edinburgh Hill (Bulgarian mapping in 2005 from the Tangra 2004/05 topographic survey).
encyclopedia.vestigatio.com /Kubrat_Knoll   (127 words)

  
 Volga Bulgaria - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is thought that the territory of Volga Bulgaria was originally settled by the Finno-Ugric peoples.
The Bulgars moved into the area in about 660 AD, commanded by Kotrag Khan, Kubrat's son.
Some Bulgar tribes, however, continued westward and after many adventures settled along the Danube River, in what is now known as Bulgaria proper, where they merged with or were assimilated by the Slavs, adopting a South Slavic tongue and an Eastern Orthodox faith.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Volga_Bulgaria   (627 words)

  
 Bulgaria.com - History, Rulers of Bullgaria - Khan Kubrat   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Khan Kubrat was the first to put a stop to the care-free (pillaging of barbarian raids.
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.
www.bulgaria.com /history/rulers/kubrat.html   (583 words)

  
 Municipality of Kubrat   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Main directions in the museum are: “Archeological excavations in the region”, “National rebellious wars of the population in Kubrat and the municipality” and “Through the history of town”.
Different clubs of interests are established in the municipal center of Kubrat: cultural club of the cultural figures; satirical club “Jarava”; club “Prosveshtenie”; club of the young literary artists “Dimcho Debelyanov”.
Each year during May Celebrations in Kubrat there is a traditional fair, and with the decision of the Municipal council from 1994 24 May is announced for a Day of Kubrat.
www.kubrat.bg /en/culture.html   (552 words)

  
 Kubrat Information
Some historians conclude that his maternal line was of the Ermy clan, because his maternal uncle Organa was possibly of that clan.
Kubrat spent time at the Byzantine court, either as a hostage or for protection from the dynastic war within the Turkic Khaganate.
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.
kubrat.zdnet.co.za /zdnet/Kubrat   (877 words)

  
 Åmåls kommun: Vår vänort i Bulgarien / In English
Kubrat is located in the Northeast of Bulgaria and the only way to get to the town is on the public highway.
The first written evidence of Kubrats existents is from 1624, but it’s not until 1949 that Kubrat enjoys their town charter.
Kubrat has a population of 24 218 of which 40% lives in the city, the other 60% lives in the villages around Kubrat.
www.amal.se /page/13382/kubratinenglish.htm   (163 words)

  
 [Kubrat] | [All the best Kubrat resources at karaoke.velocityincome.com]
Simeon of Bulgaria poses with familyThe ex King was accompanied by his children, Kardam, Kyril, Kubrat, Konstantin and Kalina and their respective families in Sofia.
Kubrat Khan of Bulgaria Reign 632–668 Predecessor none Successor Batbayan Issue Batbayan Kotrag Asparukh Kuber (possibly) Royal House Dulo Kubrat's Great Bulgaria and adjacent regions, c.
Kubrat Knoll on Livingston Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica is named after Kubrat of Great Bulgaria.
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"In the same time, Kubrat, the nephew of Organa, the khan of Hunogunduri, raised against the khagane of Avars, and he terribly mistreated the army he had from him [khagane], and chased it from his land.
The decisive support of khan Kubrat to Martina, widow of his friend, the emperor Heraclius, and her son Heraclonas, is described in the Chronicle of John, Bishop of Nikiou.
This Chronicle is written by John, Bishop of Nikiou in Greek in VII century.
membres.lycos.fr /neylegrand/bulgaria/kubrat.htm   (2509 words)

  
 PB Language - PB Inscriptions from Kubrat Bulgaria and from Imeon   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Of special importance for the correct interpretation of Proto-Bulgarian inscriptions is the fact that similar inscriptions were found in the areas of the former Kubrat Bulgaria.
All its characters have parallels both from Kubrat Bulgaria and from the territory of Bulgaria.
The letter E is similar to that from Murfatlar as well as to that from the monogram of Kubrat.
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 GP Background Stories - Noblesse oblige   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Carla Roya-Villanova and Kubrat of Panagyurishte, former king Simeon Saxe-Coburg's third son, have lift the curtain on their flourishing marriage in the latest book by Prof.
They both have busy professions - Kubrat is a surgeon and Carla is a communications manager of a famous Spanish fashion designer but they also have a secret to the perfect family.
Kubrat points out that trust and mutual respect are a must on the way to golden wedding.
www.galleonpoint.com /content/view/1033/69   (246 words)

  
 The Bulgarian treasures - Golden sands resort, Varna, Bulgaria
As his uncle Organa took a child Kubrat to the capital of Byzantium, Constantinople, where he lived for a couple of years and came to know Byzantine culture and way of life.
Ancient sources inform that the Emperor even pronounced Kubrat to be a honorable patrician (the highest title in Byzantium after the Emperor).
Unfortunately the great state of Kubrat disintegrated after his death under the strong pressure of the Hazars.
www.goldensands.bg /cultural/treasure-pres.asp   (778 words)

  
 Bulgarian real estate, property and legal services, buy, sell, rent, manage
Kubrat, a shrewd and energetic ruler from the Proto Bulgarian clan Dulo, took the advantage to unify all Proto-Bulgarians in a powerful military and tribal union north of the Caucasus Mountains.
After the death of Kubrat, the tribes, led by his several sons, moved in different directions, one group to the Volga river, another, west to the present day Italy, thirdly one - the western part of the Balkans.
The third son of Kubrat Asparouh, moved to the territory of the present day North-eastern Bulgaria, where his people encountered Slavs, who had already settled there.
www.atriumbulgarianrealestate.com /about_bg_history2.php   (803 words)

  
 Slavs, Bulgars and Magyars
A man named Kubrat, Kuvrat or Kurt, meaning "Wolf," rose to prominence among the Avars and Bulgars.
Kubrat grew up as a hostage in Byzantium.
Between the years 630 and 635, in the Ukraine (north of Constantinople's empire), Kubrat, freed from captivity, organized a federation consisting of Avars and Bulgars - Onoguria.
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 Regalia, attire and religious beliefs of the first Bulgarian khans
The ring-seals confirm the kinship of Kubrat and Orghana and their titles of patricians, as well as the conversion to Christianity in Constantinople, that it is hinted in the written sources.
Golden sceptre from the grave of khan Kubrat in Malaja Pereshchepina, Ukraine.
At last the hypothesis is voiced that Asparuh could also have been converted in the Bulgaria of Kubrat, as well as the probability that he set out for the Lower Danube with the expectation to find a good reception in Byzantium and to receive the patricians title and regalia as a successor of Kubrat.
www.kroraina.com /knigi/en/insignia/first.html   (892 words)

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