Dulo clan

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The Dulo Clan or the House of Dulo was the ruling dynasty of the Hunno-Bulgars,[1] of states in various parts of eastern Europe, including Magna Hungaria (until the 13th century), Patria Onoguria (from 460 CE), Old Great Bulgaria (c. 632 CE) and modern Bulgaria ( 681 CE).

Attila the Hun descended from the founding ancestor of the Dulo clan, a mighty "Maeotian" king.[2] The Nominalia of the Bulgarian Khans names this ancestor as Avitohol.[3] The clan was ruling dynasty of the eastern Bulgars, the Utrigur Huns.[4]

Kubrat, a member of the dynasty, founded Old Great Bulgaria, on the territory of modern Ukraine.[5] During the second half of the 7th century his sons split up the Bulgar family and spread over Europe, from the Volga to the shadow of Vesuvius:[6] Batbayan (Volga), Kotrag (Khazars), Kuber (Balkan Macedonia), Asparuh (Danube Bulgaria) and also Alcek (Italy).

Dulo Hill on Livingston Island, near Antarctica, is named after the Bulgarian ruling dynasty Dulo.[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 1. Златарски, Васил Н, История на Първото българско царство. Епоха на хуно-българското надмощие.
  2. ^ KÉZAI SIMON's MAGYAR KRÓNIKÁJA translated by Szabó Károly Ch.4
  3. ^ The Huns, Rome and the Birth of Europe, Hyun Jin Kim, Cambridge University Press, 2013, ISBN 1107009065, p. 59.
  4. ^ Byzantium and Bulgaria, 775-831, Panos Sophoulis, BRILL, 2011, ISBN 9004206957, p. 71.
  5. ^ The” Other Europe in the Middle Ages: Avars, Bulgars, Khazars and Cumans, Florin Curta, Roman Kovalev, BRILL, 2008, ISBN 9004163891, p. 284.
  6. ^ A History Of The First Bulgarian Empire, Steven Runciman.
  7. ^ Composite Gazetteer of Antarctica: Dulo Hill.