Danube and Volga Bulgaria in 7th—9th century AD
The author studies the period from 7th to 11th century when the Bulgars from Old Greater Bulgaria create two new countries — Danube Bulgaria and Volga Bulgaria. The author focuses on the challenges that Bulgarians face after settling in the new territories; examines the development of cultural processes in the two states and the interaction between the two ancient Bulgarian branches and the local ethnic groups. Of particular interest is the decisive turn in the historical fate of the Bulgarians after the adoption of the new religions: the Danube Bulgarians — Christianity, the Volga Bulgarians — Islam.
Дунавска България и Волжка България през VII - XI век
|Size||16 х 24 cm|