Golden Age of medieval Bulgarian culture

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The Golden Age of Bulgaria is the period of the Bulgarian cultural prosperity during the reign of emperor Simeon I the Great (889—927).wikipedia
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Golden age (metaphor)

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The Golden Age of Bulgaria is the period of the Bulgarian cultural prosperity during the reign of emperor Simeon I the Great (889—927).

Culture of Bulgaria

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The Golden Age of Bulgaria is the period of the Bulgarian cultural prosperity during the reign of emperor Simeon I the Great (889—927).

Christianization of Bulgaria

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This later led to the Slavic Old Church Slavonic becoming the official language of the Bulgarian Church and State in 893 AD during the Council of Preslav and also the beginning of the Golden Age of medieval Bulgarian culture during which the Cyrillic alphabet was created.

First Bulgarian Empire

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The Golden Age of Bulgaria is the period of the Bulgarian cultural prosperity during the reign of emperor Simeon I the Great (889—927). They were all venerating the liturgy in Old Bulgarian language and the Cyrillic script created in Bulgaria few years before the reign of Simeon I, during the reign of his father Boris I of Bulgaria.

Simeon I of Bulgaria

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The Golden Age of Bulgaria is the period of the Bulgarian cultural prosperity during the reign of emperor Simeon I the Great (889—927).

Preslav Literary School

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During this period there was an increase of literature, writing, arts, architecture and liturgical reforms.

Cyrillic script

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During this period there was an increase of literature, writing, arts, architecture and liturgical reforms. They were all venerating the liturgy in Old Bulgarian language and the Cyrillic script created in Bulgaria few years before the reign of Simeon I, during the reign of his father Boris I of Bulgaria.

Round Church, Preslav

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During this period there was an increase of literature, writing, arts, architecture and liturgical reforms.

Byzantine Empire

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Simeon I achieved spectacular military and political successes, expanding Bulgarian territory and forcing the Byzantine Empire to recognise the imperial title of the Bulgarian monarchs.

Veliki Preslav

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The capital Preslav was built in Byzantine fashion to rival Constantinople.

Constantinople

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The capital Preslav was built in Byzantine fashion to rival Constantinople.

Pottery

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At that time was created and painted Preslavian pottery, which followed the most prestigious Byzantine models.

Transcription (linguistics)

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Simeon I himself is alleged to have been active as a writer: works that are sometimes credited to him include Zlatostruy (Golden stream) and two of Simeon (Svetoslavian) collections (first in transcript of 1234, and the second - in 1299).

Christianity

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The most important genres were Christian edifying oratory eulogies, lives of saints, anthems and poetry, chronicles, and historical narratives.

Eulogy

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The most important genres were Christian edifying oratory eulogies, lives of saints, anthems and poetry, chronicles, and historical narratives.

Martyrology

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The most important genres were Christian edifying oratory eulogies, lives of saints, anthems and poetry, chronicles, and historical narratives.

Anthem

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The most important genres were Christian edifying oratory eulogies, lives of saints, anthems and poetry, chronicles, and historical narratives.

Poetry

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The most important genres were Christian edifying oratory eulogies, lives of saints, anthems and poetry, chronicles, and historical narratives.

Chronicle

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The most important genres were Christian edifying oratory eulogies, lives of saints, anthems and poetry, chronicles, and historical narratives.

Hexameron

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Remarkable works include Hexameron by John Exarch, Didactic Gospel (including the Alphabet prayer) by Constantine of Preslav, An Account of Letters by Chernorizets Hrabar.

John the Exarch

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Remarkable works include Hexameron by John Exarch, Didactic Gospel (including the Alphabet prayer) by Constantine of Preslav, An Account of Letters by Chernorizets Hrabar.

Constantine of Preslav

Remarkable works include Hexameron by John Exarch, Didactic Gospel (including the Alphabet prayer) by Constantine of Preslav, An Account of Letters by Chernorizets Hrabar.

Chernorizets Hrabar

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Remarkable works include Hexameron by John Exarch, Didactic Gospel (including the Alphabet prayer) by Constantine of Preslav, An Account of Letters by Chernorizets Hrabar.

Prester John

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The names of the other authors of Simeon circuit were Tudor Dox, Prester John and Prester Gregory but none of their works are preserved.

Boris I of Bulgaria

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They were all venerating the liturgy in Old Bulgarian language and the Cyrillic script created in Bulgaria few years before the reign of Simeon I, during the reign of his father Boris I of Bulgaria.