Царство, етницитет, наследства, интерпретации: Самoиловото царство меѓу националните митови и научните контроверзии

Stojkov, Stojko (2018) Царство, етницитет, наследства, интерпретации: Самoиловото царство меѓу националните митови и научните контроверзии. 1000 години од битката на Беласица и од смртта на цар Самоил. pp. 113-138. ISSN 978-9989-159-78-7

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Abstract

The topic of this article is the most controversial moments from the dispute (already century old) about the character and the origin of the Tsardom (Empire) of Tsar Samuel. As main problems are addressed the connection of the question with the XIX – XX century territorial pretentions, its inclusion in several national mythologies on the Balkans and the examination of the question in the past in the frame of the national paradigm which is already outgrown in science. It is drawn a critics of the basic until now given answers, namely that the Kingdom is Slavic, Bulgarian or Macedonian; also in this issue have been analyzed the theories about the formation of the Bulgarian and the Macedonian ethnie (nations) in the Middle Age. It has been made an analysis of the character and the role of the tzardoms on the Balkans in the Middle age and their up-ethnic character. It’s made an attempt the Samuil Tsardom to be studied regardless of the modern nationalistic disputes and pretentions. It is been concluded that there is no basis to believe that the Samuil Empire or any other kingdoms on the Balkans could be interpreted as ethnic formations or as predecessors of the modern nations and states.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Humanities > History and archaeology
Divisions: Faculty of Educational Science
Depositing User: Stojko Stojkov
Date Deposited: 28 Mar 2019 10:29
Last Modified: 28 Mar 2019 10:29
URI: http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/21847

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