Glad (duke)
Glad (Bulgarian: Глад, Hungarian: Galád, Romanian: Glad, Serbian: Глад) was the ruler of Banat (in present-day Romania and Serbia) at the time of the Hungarian conquest of the Carpathi...
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Aldimir
Aldimir (Bulgarian: Алдимир) or Eltimir (Елтимир) (fl. 1280–1305) was a Bulgarian noble of the 13th–14th century. A member of the Terter dynasty and a younger brother of Tsar George I Terter, Aldi...
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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 ...
Dobromir Chrysos
Dobromir, known to the Byzantines as Chrysos (Macedonian: Добромир Хрс, Bulgarian: Добромир Хриз, Greek: Δοβρομηρός Χρυσός), was a leader of the Vlachs and Bulgarians in eastern Macedonia ...
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Alexius Slav
Alexius Slav (Bulgarian: Алексий Слав, Greek: Ἀλέξιος Σθλαῦος) was a Bulgarian noble (болярин, bolyarin) of the 12th and 13th century and a descendant of the Asen dynasty, a nephew of the firs...
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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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Dobrotitsa
Dobrotitsa (Bulgarian: Добротица, pronounced [dɔˈbrɔtitsa]; Romanian: Dobrotici or Dobrotiţă; Τομπροτίτζας in contemporaneous Byzantine documents; Dobrodicie in contemporaneous Genoese docume...
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David Noble
David Noble may refer to:
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Salan
Salan, Dux Salanus or Zalan (Bulgarian and Serbian Cyrillic: Салан or Залан; Hungarian: Zalán; Romanian: Salanus) was, according to the Gesta Hungarorum, a local Bulgarian voivod (duke) who ru...
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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 ...
Michael Asen IV of Bulgaria
Michail Asen (Bulgarian: Михаил Асен) (c. 1322–1355) was the eldest son of Ivan Alexander of Bulgaria from his marriage with Theodora of Wallachia. After his father acceded to the throne in 1331, ...
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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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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...
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...
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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Ivan Asen IV of Bulgaria
Ivan Asen (Bulgarian: Иван Асен), also known as Ivan Asen IV was a Bulgarian Prince, third son of Emperor Ivan Alexander from his first wife Theodora of Wallachia. He was born c. 1326.Little is kn...
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Nikulitsa
Nikulitsa (Bulgarian: Никулица) was a Greek noble from Larissa, governor of Servia during the reign of Samuil. He received his name ("little Nicholas") because of his short height. In 1001 the Byz...
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Ivanko of Bulgaria
Ivanko (Bulgarian: Иванко) killed Ivan Asen I, ruler of the renascent Second Bulgarian Empire, in 1196. The murder occurred when Asen angrily summoned Ivanko to discipline him for having an affai...
Momchil
Momchil (Bulgarian: Момчил, Greek: Μομ[ι]τζίλος or Μομιτζίλας; c. 1305 – 7 July 1345) was a 14th-century Bulgarian brigand and local ruler. Initially a member of a bandit gang in the bord...
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Isbul
Isbul (Bulgarian: Исбул) (fl. 820s–830s) was the kavhan, or first minister, of the First Bulgarian Empire during the reigns of Omurtag, Malamir and Presian I. Appointed to the kavhan office under ...
Strez
Strez (Bulgarian: Стрез; original spelling: ) (fl. 1207–1214) was a Bulgarian sebastokrator and a member of the Asen dynasty. A major contender for the Bulgarian throne, Strez initially opposed th...
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Nestoritsa
Nestoritsa (Bulgarian: Несторица) was a Bulgarian noble and general during the reign of Emperors Samuil (997-1014); Gavril Radomir (1014–1015) and Ivan Vladislav (1015–1018). He was one of Bulgari...
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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Krakra of Pernik
Krakra of Pernik (Bulgarian: Кракра Пернишки, Krakra Pernishki), also known as Krakra Voevoda or simply Krakra, was an 11th-century feudal lord in the First Bulgarian Empire whose domain encompass...
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Theodore Sigritsa
Theodore Sigritsa (Bulgarian: Теодор Сигрица) or Sigritzes (died 924) was a Bulgarian military commander and noble, kavkhan (first minister) of Emperor Simeon I (r. 893–927).In 895 he headed a del...
Hranislav
Hranislav (Bulgarian: Хранислав; Medieval Greek: Χρανίσθλαβος, Chranisthlavos) (fl. 1278–1304) was a Bulgarian military commander who was a close associate of rebel leader and later Tsar Ivaylo (r...
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...
Aron (noble)
Aron (Bulgarian: Арон) was a Bulgarian noble, brother of Emperor Samuil of Bulgaria and third son of Comita Nikola, Duke of Sofia. After the fall of the eastern parts of the country under Byzantin...
Menumorut
Menumorut, or Menumorout (Bulgarian: Меноморут; Hungarian: Ménmarót; Romanian: Menumorut), was the ruler of the lands between the rivers Mureș, Someș and Tisza at the time of the Hungarian...