Krum's dynasty


Krum's dynasty Bulgarian: Крумова династия refers to the royal and later imperial family founded by the Khan of Bulgaria Krum r 803–814, producing the monarchs of First Bulgarian Empire between 803 and 991 During this period Bulgaria adopted Christianity, reached its greatest territorial extend and a golden age of culture and literature Under the patronage of these monarch Bulgaria became the birthplace of the Cyrillic alphabet; old Bulgarian became the lingua franca of much of Eastern Europe and it came to be known as Old Church Slavonic As a result of the victory in the Byzantine–Bulgarian war of 913–927 the Byzantine Empire recognized the imperial title of the Bulgarian rulers and the Bulgarian Orthodox Church as an independent Patriarchate

The last representative of the dynasty, Tsar Roman r 977-991, was succeeded by Tsar Samuel r 997–1014 of the Cometopuli dynasty,1 upon his death in Byzantine captivity in 997, after spending six years in prison Samuel had made the last member of Krum's dynasty a nominal head of state in 977, in order to avoid conflict2

Contents

  • 1 History
  • 2 Members
    • 21 Monarchs
    • 22 Family tree
  • 3 References
  • 4 Sources

Historyedit

Krum was originally a Bulgar chieftain in Pannonia His background and the surroundings of his accession as khan of Bulgaria is unknown3 It has been speculated that he was a descendant of khan Kubrat c 632–665 and his rule marked the return of the Dulo clan, the first dynasty of Bulgaria3

Membersedit

The founder of the dynasty, Khan Krum, 14th-century illustration A map of Bulgaria during the rule of Simeon I

Monarchsedit

  • Krum, khan r 803–814
  • Omurtag, khan r 814–831
  • Malamir, khan r 831–836
  • Presian I, khan r 836–852
  • Boris I, khan, knyaz r 852–889
  • Vladimir-Rasate, knyaz r 889–893
  • Simeon I, knyaz, tsar r 893–927
  • Peter I, tsar r 927–969
  • Boris II, tsar r 969–971
  • Roman, tsar r 977–991

Family treeedit

  • Krum
    • Omurtag
      • Enravota
      • Zvinitsa
        • Presian I
          • Boris I
            • Vladimir
            • Gavrail
            • Simeon I
              • Michael
              • Peter I
                • Boris II
                • Roman
                • Plenimir
              • Ivan
              • Benjamin
            • Evpraksiya
            • Anna
      • Malamir

Referencesedit

  1. ^ Национален исторически музей 1995 Национален Исторически Музей София The Museum p 91 
  2. ^ Assen Nicoloff 1969 Samuel's Bulgaria Assen Nicoloff p 10 
  3. ^ a b Fine 1991, p 94

Sourcesedit

  • Fine, John V A, Jr 1991 The Early Medieval Balkans: A Critical Survey from the Sixth to the Late Twelfth Century Michigan: The University of Michigan Press ISBN 0-472-08149-7 


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