България и Дубровник. Договорът от 1253 г.
Bulgaria and Dubrovnik. The treaty from 1253
Author(s): Ivan Bozhilov
Contributor(s): Zheko Aleksiev (Illustrator)
Subject(s): History, Cultural history, Historical Geography, Comparative history, Diplomatic history, Economic history, Political history, Social history, Middle Ages, 13th to 14th Centuries
Published by: Издателска къща "Гутенберг"
Keywords: Bulgaria; Dubrovnik; Medieval Bulgarian history; Ragusa; Diplomacy; History;treaties; treaty; Balcan history; thirteenth century;
Summary/Abstract: Dubrovnik is the dream city of the researchers, not only for its rich history, but for its beauty as well - the vast wall and strong towers, that ignite pictures from the past. The historic school of Dubrovnik is evident not only in his castle-like view but also when one takes notice of the rich resources in the archives of the city. This book was written thanks to these resources. Due to the historical events, the Bulgarian historiography resources are poor or missing and the Bulgarian historians are able to gather only fragments from it and the diplomatic and cultural condition of Medieval Bulgaria thanks to the archives of other countries and kingdoms, that Bulgaria had diplomatic or political connections with. This book main topic is the treaty from 1253 when the government of Michael II Asen concluded a commercial and military treaty with the Republic of Ragusa (a.k.a. Dubrovnik) and the other historical evidences that have been found in the rich archives of Dubrovnik.
- Print-ISBN-13: 978-954-617-101-6
- Page Count: 144
- Publication Year: 2010
- Language: Bulgarian