Shishman dynasty
Shishman (Bulgarian: Шишман), also Shishmanids or Shishmanovtsi (Bulgarian: Шишмановци), was a medieval Bulgarian royal dynasty of partial Vlach origin.The Shishman dynasty consecutively ruled...
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Sratsimir dynasty
The House of Sratsimir, also Sracimir or Sratsimirovtsi (Bulgarian: Срацимировци) was a medieval Bulgarian dynasty that ruled the Tsardom of Tarnovo and Tsardom of Vidin, the Principality of Valon...
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Terter dynasty
Terter (Bulgarian: Тертер), also Terterids or Terterovtsi (Тертеровци), was a Bulgarian noble and royal house of Cuman origin, a branch of the Cuman noble dynasty of Terteroba, that ruled the Seco...
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Moses (noble)
Moses (Bulgarian: Мойсей) (died 976) was a Bulgarian noble, brother of Emperor Samuil of Bulgaria and second son of Comita Nikola, Duke of Sofia. After the fall of the eastern parts of the Empire ...
Alusian of Bulgaria
Alusian (Bulgarian: Алусиан, Greek: Ἀλουσιάνος) was a Bulgarian and Byzantine noble who ruled as emperor (tsar) of Bulgaria for a short time in 1041.
Alusian was the second son of Emperor ...
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Line of succession to the former Bulgarian throne
The Bulgarian monarchy was abolished in 1946. The last reigning monarch was HM Tsar Simeon II of Bulgaria, who is now the currect head of the Bulgarian Royal Family. The law of succession of the famil...
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Ivats
Ivats (Bulgarian: Ивац) was a Bulgarian noble and military commander in the late 10th and early 11th century. He served three Bulgarian Emperors - Samuil (997-1014); Gavril Radomir (1014–1015) and...
Georgi Voyteh
Georgi Voiteh (Bulgarian: Георги Войтех) was an 11th-century Bulgarian aristocrat from Skopje who started a major uprising against the Byzantine rule.
In 1071 Georgi Voiteh led the Bulgarian p...
Keratsa of Bulgaria
Keratsa-Maria of Bulgaria (Bulgarian: Кераца-Мария) (1348–1390) was the daughter of Tsar Ivan Alexander of Bulgaria and his second wife, a converted Jewess, Theodora.
On 17 August 1355 Keratsa...
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Teleki
Teleki is the name of a Hungarian noble family. It means "from Maros-Telek (and Szék)" or "allotments."
Constantine II of Bulgaria
Constantine II (Bulgarian: Константин II, Konstantin II), ruled as emperor (tsar) of Bulgaria in Vidin from 1397 to 1422. He was born in the early 1370s, and died in exile at the Serbian court on ...
Tihomir (Bulgarian noble)
For other uses, see TihomirTihomir (Bulgarian: Тихомир) was an 11th-century Bulgarian military commander of Dyrrhachium, who had been sent to tackle an uprising in the north headed by the Bulgaria...
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Mostich
Mostich (Bulgarian: Мостич, Old Bulgarian: ) was a high-ranking official in the 10th-century First Bulgarian Empire, during the rule of Simeon I and Peter I. He bore the title of Ichirgu-boil and ...
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Dorothea of Bulgaria
Dorothea of Bulgaria (Bosnian: Doroteja/Доротеја; died in cca 1390) was the first Queen of Bosnia.
She was the daughter of Emperor Ivan Sratsimir of Bulgaria and his wife Anna of Wallachia.Lou...
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Belaur
Belaur (Bulgarian: Белаур) (died 1336) was a Bulgarian noble and despot of Vidin and brother of the Bulgarian Emperor Michael Shishman (1323–1330). The son of Shishman of Vidin, he was among the m...
Bulgarian royal family
The current Bulgarian royal family is a line of the Kohary branch of the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha which ruled Bulgaria from 1887 to 1946. The last tsar, Simeon II, became Prime Minister of Bulga...
Elisabeth of Courtenay
Elizabeth of Courtenay French: Elisabeth de Courtenay) (ca. 1199–1269 or later) was the daughter of Peter II of Courtenay and Yolanda of Flanders.The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines mentio...
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Asen dynasty
The Asen dynasty (Bulgarian: Асеневци, Asenevtsi) founded and ruled a medieval Bulgarian state, called in modern historiography the Second Bulgarian Empire, between 1187 and 1256.The Asen dynasty ...
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Jacob Svetoslav
Jacob Svetoslav (Bulgarian: Яков Светослав, Yakov Svetoslav) (ca. 1210s/1220s–1275 or 1276/1277) was a prominent 13th-century Bulgarian noble (bolyarin) of princely Russian origin. Bestowed the ti...
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Shishman of Vidin
Shishman, Despot of Vidin (Bulgarian: Шишман; fl. 1270s/1280s — before 1308/1313) was a Bulgarian noble (boyar) who ruled a semi-independent realm based out of the Danubian fortress of Vidin ...
George II of Bulgaria
George Terter II (Bulgarian: Георги Тертер II) reigned as emperor (tsar) of Bulgaria between 1321 and 1322. The exact date of his birth is unknown, but he was born not long before 1307.
George...
Marmais
Marmais (Bulgarian: Мармаис; died 924) was a Bulgarian military commander, nobleman and komita (duke) of a western Bulgarian region (Sredets or Macedonia) during the reign of Emperor Simeon I (893...