The Dulo Clan or the House of Dulo was the ruling dynasty of the Hunno-Bulgars, 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. The Nominalia of the Bulgarian Khans names this ancestor as Avitohol. The clan was ruling dynasty of the eastern Bulgars, the Utrigur Huns.
Kubrat, a member of the dynasty, founded Old Great Bulgaria, on the territory of modern Ukraine. 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: Batbayan (Volga), Kotrag (Khazars), Kuber (Balkan Macedonia), Asparuh (Danube Bulgaria) and also Alcek (Italy).
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- The Huns, Rome and the Birth of Europe, Hyun Jin Kim, Cambridge University Press, 2013, ISBN 1107009065, p. 59.
- Byzantium and Bulgaria, 775-831, Panos Sophoulis, BRILL, 2011, ISBN 9004206957, p. 71.
- The” Other Europe in the Middle Ages: Avars, Bulgars, Khazars and Cumans, Florin Curta, Roman Kovalev, BRILL, 2008, ISBN 9004163891, p. 284.
- A History Of The First Bulgarian Empire, Steven Runciman.
- Composite Gazetteer of Antarctica: Dulo Hill.
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