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Български: Карта на българските земи при управлението на цар Симеон I Велики (893-927)
English: Map of the Bulgarian lands during the rule of Tsar Simeon I the Great (893-927)
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created and uploaded 4 March 2007

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Todor Bozhinov

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Own work, copyleft: Multi-license with GFDL and Creative Commons CC-BY-SA-2.5 and older versions (2.0 and 1.0)

Note: this map uses an SVG map of Europe by User:Tintazul and User:ZorroIII, which is under the CC-BY-SA-2.5 license, for the small location map of Europe in the bottom left corner.

NotesEdit

  • 1 According to, among others, Crampton, Delev, Dobrev and Lalkov.
  • 2 Bulgaria ruled all land east of the Danube and west of the Dnieper according to Constantine VII's De Administrando Imperio (c. 950), but actual Bulgarian control was often partial, weak and/or inconsistent in many of the scarcely-populated areas north of the Danube.
  • 3 That is, unconfirmed by a peace treaty and only controlled during military campaigns in the Byzantine lands. These, however, comprised much if not most of Simeon's rule.
  • The northern border is conjectural, as its exact location is practically unattested.

ReferencesEdit

  • Crampton, R.J. (2005). A Concise History of Bulgaria. Cambridge University Press. pp. p. 13. ISBN 0521850851. 
  • Delev, Petǎr; Valeri Kacunov, Plamen Mitev, Evgenija Kalinova, Iskra Baeva, Bojan Dobrev (2006). "9 Bǎlgarskata dǎržava pri Car Simeon" (in Bulgarian). Istorija i civilizacija za 11. klas. Trud, Sirma. 
  • Dobrev, Hristo (1979) (in Bulgarian). Bǎlgarski voenen atlas. Sofia: Voenno izdatelstvo. pp. pp. 152-153. OCLC 46136451. 
  • Koledarov, Petǎr (1989) (in Bulgarian). Političeska geografija na srednovekovnata bǎlgarska dǎržava 2 (1186–1396). Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. 
  • Lalkov, Milčo (1997). Rulers of Bulgaria. Kibea. pp. p. 24, p. 66. ISBN 954-474-098-8. 

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  • Bulgarian Empire (681–1018)

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