896: Battle of Bulgarophygon, List of State Leaders in 896,

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ISBN 10: 1156005264 / ISBN 13: 9781156005262
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Reseña del editor: Chapters: Battle of Bulgarophygon, List of state leaders in 896,. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 18. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: The battle of Bulgarophygon was fought in the summer of 896 near the town of Bulgarophygon, modern Babaeski in Turkey, between the Byzantine Empire and the First Bulgarian Empire. In 894 the Byzantines moved the market of Bulgarian goods from Constantinople to Thessaloniki which meant that the Bulgarian merchants were supposed to pay higher taxes. Insulted, Simeon I declared war on Byzantium. In the first battle in 894 the Byzantine army was completely defeated. Then they bribed the Magyars to attack Bulgaria in the rear. The Magyars managed to defeat the Bulgarian army twice but in 896 were decisively defeated by Boris I, who was a monk at that time, in the battle of Southern Buh. This enabled Simeon I to concentrate his army against the Byzantines. The two armies met near Bulgarophygon in the summer of 896. The Byzantines gathered an enormous army: they assembled even the troops that fought against the Arabs and guarded the Asian frontiers of their empire. This did not help them and the Bulgarians won a brilliant victory. A Byzantine historian wrote: "the Romans were decisively defeated all down the line and they all perished".Leo Katakalon however managed to escape. Arming Arab captives and sending them to fight with the Bulgarians as a desperate measure, Leo VI managed to repel the Bulgarians from Constantinople, which they had besieged. The war ended with a peace treaty which formally lasted until around Leo VI's death in 912 and under which Byzantium was obliged to pay Bulgaria an annual tribute in exchange for the return of some 120,000 captured Byzantine soldiers and civilians. Under the treaty, the Byzantines also ceded an area between th...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=7818733

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