Willkommen, schön sind Sie da!
Logo Ex Libris

1018

  • Kartonierter Einband
  • 36 Seiten
(0) Erste Bewertung abgeben
Bewertungen
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
Alle Bewertungen ansehen
Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 36. Chapters: 1018 births, 1018 deaths, 1018 disestablishments, 1018 establishments, 1018 in Europe, 10... Weiterlesen
CHF 23.50
Print on demand - Exemplar wird für Sie besorgt.
Bestellung & Lieferung in eine Filiale möglich

Beschreibung

Klappentext

Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 36. Chapters: 1018 births, 1018 deaths, 1018 disestablishments, 1018 establishments, 1018 in Europe, 1018 in law, Conflicts in 1018, Harthacnut, Abd ar-Rahman IV, Buckfast Abbey, First Bulgarian Empire, Ivan Vladislav of Bulgaria, Boleslaw I's intervention in the Kievan succession crisis, 1018, Rajadhiraja Chola, Peace of Bautzen, Bagrat IV of Georgia, Battle of Vlaardingen, List of state leaders in 1018, Thietmar of Merseburg, Troia, Apulia, Sigurd Syr, Nizam al-Mulk, Torremaggiore, Aldhun, Dragomir Hvalimirovic, Third Goryeo-Khitan War, Battle of Dyrrhachium, Battle of the River Bug, Battle of Carham, Harald II of Denmark, Ali ibn Hammud al-Nasir, Rajaraja Narendra, Battle of Guju, Arnulf II, Archbishop of Milan, Henry I, Margrave of Austria, Jeongjong, 10th Monarch of Goryeo, Battle of Cannae, Lý V n H nh, Osmond Drengot, Gilbert Buatère, Aeddan ap Blegywryd, Ivan I Debranin, Adolf I of Lotharingia, Æthelsige. Excerpt: The First Bulgarian Empire (modern Bulgarian: ) was a medieval state founded in the north-eastern Balkans in c. 681 by the Bulgars, uniting with seven South Slavic tribes. At the height of its power it spread between Budapest and the Black Sea and from the Dnieper River in modern Ukraine to the Adriatic Sea. As the state solidified its position in the Balkans, it entered on a centuries-long interaction, sometimes friendly and sometimes hostile, with the Byzantine Empire. Bulgaria emerged as Byzantium's chief antagonist in the Balkans, resulting in several wars. The two powers however also enjoyed periods of peace and alliance, most notably during the Second Arab siege of Constantinople, where the Bulgarian army played a crucial role in breaking the siege. Byzantium had a strong cultural influence on Bulgaria, which also led to the eventual adoption of Christianity by Bulgaria in 864. After the disintegration of the Avar Khanate, the Bulgarians expanded their territory up to the Pannonian Plain (in present-day Hungary). Later the Bulgarians confronted the advance of the Pechenegs and Cumans, and achieved a decisive victory over the Magyars, forcing them to establish themselves permanently in Pannonia. During the late 9th and early 10th centuries, Tsar Simeon I achieved a string of victories over the Byzantines, and expanded the Bulgarian Empire to its apogee. After the annihilation of the Byzantine army in the battle of Anchialus in 917, the Bulgarians laid siege to Constantinople in 923 and 924. The Byzantines eventually recovered, and in 1014 under Basil II, inflicted a crushing defeat on the Bulgarians at the Battle of Kleidion. By 1018, the last Bulgarian strongholds had surrendered to the Byzantine Empire, and the First Bulgarian Empire had ceased to exist. It was succeeded by the Second Bulgarian Empire in 1185. After the adoption of Christianity in 864 Bulgaria became, for a time, the cultural center of Slavic Europe. Its leading cultural position was further

Produktinformationen

Titel: 1018
Untertitel: 1018 births, 1018 deaths, 1018 disestablishments, 1018 establishments, 1018 in Europe, 1018 in law, Conflicts in 1018, Harthacnut, Abd ar-Rahman IV, Buckfast Abbey, First Bulgarian Empire, Ivan Vladislav of Bulgaria
Editor:
EAN: 9781156059715
ISBN: 1156059712
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Anzahl Seiten: 36
Gewicht: 68g
Größe: H246mm x B189mm x T2mm
Jahr: 2011