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The Letters of the Bulgarians - A Retrospection of the Civilization Гута-Н 9786197444490

The Letters of the Bulgarians - A Retrospection of the Civilization

Автор: Bono Skodrov/Боно Шкодров
Издателство: Гута-Н

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The Letters of the Bulgarians. A Retrospection of the Civilization. Bono Skodrov (2021) - Second edition


The present book is concerned with the reconstruction of the history of the Bulgarian state, based on written monuments from Bulgaria as well as from foreign origin. An illustrative example for this approach is how a historian will think after a thousand years in the future, if he has a random collection of writings from our days for instance newspapers, official documents, or relief inscriptions from recent monuments. To extract reliable information clearly the historian has to realize and overcome three problems:



  • First, different documents are written on different languages. The symbols receive meaning only if we know how they are pronounced and which meaning the words have.

  • Second, frequently the same name of a person or geographical term is written in a quite different manner (for instance Germania in Bulgarian and Deutschland in German).

  • Third, the written records reflect the point of view of the author or of the official propaganda of the corresponding state – not necessarily the absolute truth. So, for instance the victories could be over emphasized in own works, but under emphasized in foreign works.


The present study by Bono Skodrov starts with a detailed comparison of the form and the appearance of the writing signs themselves. This allows establishing the relation and the mutual influence of different alphabets over time. Further, the book continues with a comparative investigation of the content of different documents and comparisons of the documents of different authors, describing the same events.



  • First edition: Боно Шкодров (2006) Писмените знаци на българите: ретроспекция на цивилизацията, Славена, Варна;

  • Translated from Bulgarian by: Nikolay Ivanov Kolev.

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Автор Bono Skodrov/Боно Шкодров
Издателство Гута-Н
ISBN 9786197444490
Година на издаване 2021
Корица Мекa
Страници 298
Формат 14,8x20
Език Български

A necessary foreword

It is well known to all how much daily problems the Bulgarian people has in these days . However, more dangerous than anything is the tendency to lose identity and national self-confidence. This is a clearly visible tendency in the inscriptions of foreign languages, mass emigration and the wish for imitation of foreign culture. At other side, the answer to the question, “Why are you ashamed to call yourself Bulgarian?” is more than obvious: there is little in the present time to be proud of.

The above-described situation makes preservation and popularization of Bulgarian History extraordinarily important. If it succeeds, Bulgaria will stick out as a land with unique culture – a central part of the European civilization. In the opposite case, only a deserted state will remain.

The present book is concerned with the reconstruction of the history of the Bulgarian state, based on written monuments from Bulgaria as well as from foreign origin. An illustrative example for this approach is how a historian will think after a thousand years in the future, if he has a random collection of writings from our days for instance newspapers, official documents, or relief inscriptions from recent monuments. To extract reliable information clearly the historian has to realize and overcome three problems:

  • First, different documents are written on different languages. The symbols receive meaning only if we know how they are pronounced and which meaning the words have.
  • Second, frequently the same name of a person or geographical term is written in a quite different manner (for instance Germania in Bulgarian and Deutschland in German).
  • Third, the written records reflect the point of view of the author or of the official propaganda of the corresponding state – not necessarily the absolute truth. So, for instance the victories could be over emphasized in own works, but under emphasized in foreign works.

The present study by Bono Skodrov starts with a detailed comparison of the form and the appearance of the writing signs themselves. This allows establishing the relation and the mutual influence of different alphabets over time. Further, the book continues with a comparative investigation of the content of different documents and comparisons of the documents of different authors, describing the same events.

During the investigation, it turns out that the Bulgarian state is much more ancient and highly developed as we thought up to now. It was a major force of the scale of the Roman Empire with huge territory and very sophisticated state organization.

With its reach on facts material and its logic, the study by Bono Skodrov sheds a new light on the history of the Bulgarian people and its neighbors.  This book is one of the most important historical investigations of our time.

Geori Skodrov, 2006


Content

A necessary foreword
Instead of introduction: The Flood – Legends and Reality
References
Part I Traces of the ancient times
Chapter one: The letters of the ancient Bulgarians and their connection with the ancient civilizations
Introduction
III Millennium BC
II Millennium BC
I Millennium BC
I Millennium AC
Chapter two: Writing signs on a Neolithic archeological object found at the base of the Black See and their connection with the ancient civilizations (a comparative study)
References
Addendum to the results of the comparative analysis of the writing signs of the ancient Bulgarians
Part II: The Reform
Chapter one: The writing symbols of the ancient Bulgarians and their reform in the middle of IX century
Chapter two: Ancient Greek and ancient Bulgarian writing signs
Chapter three: The religion of the ancient Bulgarians (After “Bulgarian chronic – D. T.)
Mythology (vol. III, pp. 110-113 – some parts)
Service (vol. III, pp. 113-119 – abstract)
Basic laws TORE
The family relations in the state ruling of Danube Bulgaria during the period VII-IX AC
Chapter four: The reform of the writing signs of the ancient Bulgarians    
Chapter five: The religious wars between the Bulgarians (in accordance with the “Bulgarian chronic – Djagfar tarihi“
Khan Boris
The DULO dynasty after Kubar
“About the kanigiy”
Comparative analysis of the Cyrillic with the writing signs of the ancient Bulgarians
Comparative analysis of the Glagolitic alphabet with the writing signs of the ancient Bulgarians
The holy brothers Cyril and Method, the protectors of Europe
References
Appendix I-1: Comparative analysis of the information associated with the “Name list of the Bulgarian khans” and the “Bulgarian chronics – Djagfar Tarihi”
1. TERVEL
2. Unknown I = AYAR
3. Unknown II =KERMES
4. SEVAR = SUVAR
5. KORMISOSH = KORAMDJEST
6. VINEH = BUNEK
7. TELES
8. SABIN = SAIN
9. PAGAN and TUKTU = ASAN TUKTA
Brief analysis of the source:

  • Appendix I-2: Comparative chronological table to the name list of the Bulgarian khans
  • Appendix I-3: Name list of the Bulgarian khans from the period of V-VII c.
  • Appendix I-4: Name list of the Bulgarian Tsars from the period of 808 b. C. to 434 AC
  • Appendix I-5: Names of gods and names of Bulgarian rulers
  • Appendix I-6: Family relations in the state ruling of Danube Bulgaria in the period of VII-IX c.
  • Appendix I-7: The Dulo dynasty after Kubar
  • Appendix I-8 Dynastic relations among Danube Bulgaria, Kiev-Volga Bulgaria and Hasaria in the period of VII-IX c.
  • Appendix I-9 Danube Bulgaria, Volga Bulgaria and Kiev principality in the period of IX-XIII c.
  • Appendix I-10: Split of the state of Bat-Bayan and his followers from the DULO dynasty after khan Urus Aydar
  • Appendix I-11: Names of the sons of Bulgarian rulers from the Dulo dynasty ending in “SLAV”
  • Appendix I-12: Parallels for credibility of the historical records in “Djagfar Tarihi” – I (Bahshi Iman, Djagfar Tarihy, Information by the Bulgarian Chroniclers)
  • Appendix I-13: Parallels for credibility – II, of the historical records in the sources “Bulgarian Chronics – Djagfar Tarihy”, Orenburg 1993 and “History of the Russian State”, N. M. Karamsin, Moscow, 1988
  • Appendix I-14: Records for Mikhail Shams
  • Appendix II-1: Juriy Venelin and his contribution to the history of Bulgarians
  • Appendix II-2: Bulgarian Tsars in the period 808 BC to 150 AC    
  • Appendix II-3: From khan Sarachin to khan Attila. Comparative analysis of the Bulgarian Chronics “Djagfar Taryhi” with coins of the roman emperors
  • Appendix II-4 Sarmats…? For the naming of the Bulgarians with the terminus “Sarmats”

Khan Barandjar
Khan Alp-Biy
Khan Kashan
Appendix II-5: The Bulgarians and Alexander from Macedonia (Historical Verification with “Bulgarian Chronics – Djagfar Tarihi”)
Khan Masgut
Khan Rean
Khan Kotrag

  • Appendix II-6: Name list and chronics (the unknown part of the Bulgarian history)
  • Appendix II-7 KHAN BOYAN (535-590 BC) KHAN BOYAN = SINDILH (535-590), SON OF KHAN REAN = TATRA BANAT = MUNDO (505-520), GRAND SON OF MASGUR (489-505), GRAND GRANDSON OF KHAN IRNIK (465-489), SUCCESsOR OF KHAN ATTILA (Comparative analysis of Russian and Bulgarian sources)

1. GASI BARADJ (Khan of Volga Bulgaria, 1236-1242 AC):
2. GASI BABA (State secretary during the time of Gasi Baradj (1236- 1242)
3. N. M. KARAMSIN (After the order of the Emperor Alexander Pavlovich, autocrat of all Russia) The history of the Russian state, 1815, translated in 1988, Moscow
4. Yu. I. Venelin, Critical investigations about the Bulgarian history, Zemun, 1853
Conclusions

  • Appendix II-8: The ring of khan Kubrat
  • Appendix II-9: Information on the shipping of the ancient Bulgarians in the period of VI-X c. (Reflected in “Bulgarian Chronics – Djagfar Tarihi”)
  • Appendix II-10: The exchange trade of the ancient Bulgarians.Comparative study of the texts of “Rossiya” vol. VIII, 1901 and “Bulgarian Chronics - Djagfar Tariji”, vol. I, 1993
  • Appendix II-11: The terminus “Urus” and his connection with the name  of the Bulgarian ruler from the DULO dynasty (After the records of “Bulgarian Chronics – Djagfar Tarihi”)

KHAN URUS BURGAS (414-434), son of Arbat (Alp-Biy) (378-402 AC) and grandson of Balamber (363-378 AC)
URUS BUG
KHAN URUS AYDAR (805-855)
KAGAN URUS (821-839)
Appendix II-12: The terminus “KARA” and its connection to the names of the Bulgarian rulers
KHAN KARATON (402-414 AC), son of Alp Biy (Arbat) (378-402) and grandson of Balamber (363-378)
KHAN KARADJAM (KARDAM) (777-802 AC)
KHAN KARANDJAR (787-805 AC)
Appendix II-13: Records for the relations between Bulgarians and Avars in the period of VII-IX c. (in accordance with “Bulgarian Chronics – Djagfar Tarihi”
ALBURI (593-602 BC)
KUBRAT (605-665 AC)
SHAMBAT
AYAR (ABAR) (727-759 AC)
KERMEK
ASAN (ASEN) TUKTA (765-776)
KRUM (802-814)
BORIS (842-889)
SIMEON (893-927)
ARBAT (ARPAD)

  • Appendix II-14: Bulgarians and Scandinavians. Records for the historical relations in “Bulgarian Chronics – Djagfar Tarihi”
  • Appendix II-15: Origin of the termini “Urus” and “Russia”. A comparative analysis of the “Bulgarian Chronics – Djagfar Tarihi”, Orenburg, 1993 and the hypothesis of academician N. S. Derjavin – “Origin of the Russian folk – Great-Russians, Ukrainians, and White-Russians”, Sofia, 1945 AC
  • How the allegations of academician Derjavin looks like in the light of he “Bulgarian Chronics – Djagfar Tarihi”
  • Appendix II-16: Budim and his successors and their participation of the reigning of the Kiev-Volga Bulgaria (Djagfar Tarihi – Collection of Bulgarian Chronics)

BUDIM
AS-DJIR
DJUN
BORIS

  • Appendix II-17: Slavs and Bulgarians
  • Appendix II-18: Slavs, time of origin and meaning of the terminus “Slavs”
  • Appendix II-19: Cyrillic, Glagolitic and the Slavs
  • Appendix II-20: The fate of the Bulgarians and the historiography of Russia. Review of the “History of the Russian State” by N. M. Karamsin, Sankt Petersburg, 1842, Moscow, 1988
  • Appendix II-21: Records for the end of the Bulgarian capital Khazan – 1552 AC
  • Appendix II-22: Falsification of the history. The bible Russia, vol. I and vol. II by G. V. Nosovski and A. T. Fomenko, Moscow, 1998
  • Appendix II-23: Bible Russ, Nosovskiy and Fomenko, 1998, Moscow. New imperialistic hypothesis of Russia
  • Appendix II-24: Khan Asen (765-773 AC)

I. In accordance with the Greek chronics
II. In accordance with the Latin chronics
III. In accordance with the Bulgarian Chronics

  • Appendix II-25: Table No. 9 (identical with Table No. 1) Writing signs of the ancient Bulgarians
  • Appendix II-26: Table No. 10 Writing signs of the ancient Greeks
  • Appendix II-27: Table No. 11 (Appendix to Table No. 2) Phonetic and number values of the Cyrillic alphabet
  • Appendix II-28: Table No. 12 (Appendix to Table No. 3) Phonetic and number values of the Glagolitic alphabet
  • Appendix II-29: The Alphabets Cyrillic and Glagolitic (The Munich sheet of paper – XII c AC)
  • Appendix II-30: Ceramic plate with Gospel text on Cyrillic (Preslav – X c. AC)

Part three: The historical development of the writing signs of the ancient Bulgarians
Chapter one: Principle scheme
Chapter two: Runic writings
Chapter three: The writing signs of the ancient Bulgarians and of the nations in the Apennine and Iberian region in the first millennium BC Writing signs of the ancient Bulgarians identical with writing signs from the neolithicum
Chapter four: The Roman Empire and the Sarmats (in the period of the I c. BC to the V c. AC)

  • Appendix III-1: Saumak…? Tomb No. 18…?
  • Appendix III-2: The capitals of the ancient Bulgarians
  • Appendix III-3: The Tatars
  • Appendix III-4: The last rulers from the Dulo dynasty. The fate of Shah = Khan Gali and Tsar = Khan Ivan Vasilievich IV – the Terrible
  • Appendix III-5: Scheme describing the end of the rulers from the Dulo-dynasty
  • Appendix III-6: The falsification

Deductions and conclusions
The state of the ancient Bulgarians (generalizing analysis)
AFTERWORD (Author’s revelation)
Review of the book “Writing signs of the Bulgarians – Retrospection of the civilization” with author Bono Shkodrov by Professor Georgy Petrov
Review of the book “Writing signs of the Bulgarians – Retrospection of the civilization” with author Bono Shkodrov by Professor Doctor of the historical science Totyu Totev






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