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ВЕЛИКОТЪРНОВСКИ УНИВЕРСИТЕТ "СВ. СВ. КИРИЛ И МЕТОДИЙ" - УНИВЕРСИТЕТСКО ИЗДАТЕЛСТВО

Западните пътешественици в ‘Deserta Bulgariae’ преди Първия кръстоносен поход


Автори:
Александар Узелац Института по история – Белград, Сърбия

Страници: 196-202

Резюме:

The article deals with notices about the pilgrims from Western Europe that traveled along the so-called Via Militaris, between Belgrade and Constantinople in the decades preceding the First Crusade. These reports provide fragmentary information about local geography, ethnography and topography, but they are nonetheless important, as they mention two cities on the border of Bulgaria – Belgrade and Morava, and show that sparsely inhabited region of the ‘Bulgarian forest’ or ‘Bulgarian desert’ situated between Belgrade and Niš became one of the greatest temptations of Western travelers even before the First Crusade.


Ключови думи:

Pilgrimage, ‘Bulgarian forest’, Lietbert of Cambrai, Lambert of Hersfeld, ‘Great German Pilgrimage’, Belgrade, Morava, 11th Century

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