Samuilov natpis

Samuilov natpis je nadgrobna ploča s natpisom koji je djelomično oštećen.

Samuilov natpis

Nazvana je po Samuilu, bugarskom caru[1][2][3][4] koji je podigao spomenik svojim roditeljima Nikoli i Ripsimiji te bratu Davidu.

Nađen je 1888. godine u crkvi u sela German kraj Malog Prespanskog jezera u Grčkoj. Kasnije je natpis odnesen u Narodni muzej u Sofiji. Dimenzije ploče su 130 × 67 × 7 centimetra.

Natpis je jedan od rijetkih staroslavenskih spomenika koji je datiran (1.IX.992-31.VIII.993. godine).

IzvoriUredi

  1. Warren Treadgold. 1997. A History of the Byzantine state and society. Stanford University Press. str. 871. ISBN 0804726302
  2. Barbara Jelavich. 1999. History of the Balkans, Vol. 1., Eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge − New York − Melbourne. str. 32. ISBN 0-521-27458-3; 0-521-25249-0 Provjerite vrijednost parametra |isbn=: invalid character (pomoć)
  3. Ivo Banac. 1988. http://macedonia.kroraina.com/en/ib/i_banac.html |chapterurl= nedostaje naslov (pomoć). The National Question in Yugoslavia : origins, history, politics 2nd edition izdanje. Cornell University Press. Ithaca. ISBN 0-8014-9493-1. Both the Greeks and the Bulgars could claim far deeper roots than the Serbs, pointing to Macedonia's place in Byzantine and medieval Bulgarian empires long before Serbian conquest (the Bulgar periods were roughly from Presian to Samuil's successors, 836 – 1018, and again in intervals during the Second Bulgarian empire, about 1197 – 1246, 1257 – 1277). |edition= sadrži dodatni tekst (pomoć)
  4. Steven Runciman. Poglavlje III: The end of an empire. A history of the First Bulgarian Empire, Knjiga 3. The Two Eagles 1930 izdanje. G. Bell and Sons. London. ISBN 0359041434. In the west of Bulgaria, at the time of the Russian invasions, there lived a count or provincial governor called Nicholas. By his wife Rhipsimé he had four sons, whom he named David, Moses, Aaron, and Samuel; to the world they were collectively known as the Comitopuli, the Count’s children. Of what province Nicholas was governor we do not know, nor when he died. By the time of the abdication of Tsar Boris, his sons had succeeded to his influence; and to them the Western Bulgarians looked to preserve their independence.