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Kubrat

Kubrat or Kurt (Bulgarian: Кубрат) (b. 584 - d. 638), the ruler of Great Bulgaria, ruled between 632-638. He is also the nephew of Organa. [1]
Onogur has joined the Kubrat Ogur tribes of the Dulo family and succeeded in establishing the Great Bulgarian Khanate. The borders of Kuban in the east, the Dnieper in the west, the Donetsk rivers in the north, the Black Sea and the Azov Sea in the south, established friendly relations with Byzantium and Kubrat was given the title of “Patriarch tarafından by the Byzantine emperor Herakleios. [2] After the death of Kubrat, the Great Bulgaria was disbanded as a result of the pressure of the Khazar Khaganate and shared among the sons of Kubrat. Kubrat's eldest son Batbayan accepted the sovereignty of the Khazars and remained in the territory of Greater Bulgaria. His other son, Kotrak, came to the Don River with a group of Bulgarians, and another son, Altsek, settled in Panunya and accepted the rule of Avar. Bulgarians led by Asparuh, the third son of Kubrat, crossed the Dnieper and Dniester rivers and settled in today's southern Bessarabia, adjacent to the Byzantine Empire. [3] The area where they settled is referred to as "Onglos" or "Onklos" in the Byzantine sources. [4]
Related articles
The list of the Bulgarian monarchs
Bibliography
^ Златарски, Васил Николов (1970) ). История на българската държава през Средните векове ^ Georg Ostrogorsky (1999) (English). 'History of Byzantine State'. Ankara: Turkish Historical Society Publication .. ss. p. 97. ISBN 975-16-0348-X.
^ Vasil Gjuzelev (1986) (German). 'Forschungen zur Geschichte Bulgariens im Mittelalter'. Vienna: Turkish Language Society Publication. p. 3-24.
^ Talat Tekin (1987) (Turkish). 'Danube Bulgarians and Languages'. Ankara: Turkish Language Society Publication .. p. p. 1.
External links
Kubrat Khan (English)
Kubrat Khan and the birth of Bulgaria (English)
Kubrat Khan's treasure (English)
groznijat.tripod.com (German)
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