Historical Evolution: A Chronology

BY HARRY N. HOWARD


I. THE BEGINNINGS OF THE SOUTH SLAVS
A.D 330 Dedication of Constantinople (Tsarigrad) by the Em-
peror Constantine.
500 ff. ( 518-527) First historical record of crossing of Danube by Slavs.
584-642 Kurt (Kubrat), first authenticated ruler of Bulgarians,
who were first mentioned by name in 482.
610-650 ff. Serbs begin to appear in Balkan Peninsula. Part of Slavs
go as far as Carniola and Carinthia. Slovenes, con-
quered early in ninth century by Franks, become part
of German Empire.
818 Croats, conquered by Franks, revolt and are subdued.
852-889 Boris I of the Bulgars. Suffers defeat from Serbs in 860.
863-885 Missionary activity of St. Cyril and St. Methodius, apos-
tles to the Slavs. In 885 the Slavonic liturgy is intro-
duced among Bulgarian Slavs and thence over the
peninsula.
867-886 Reign of Basil of Macedon and beginning of Macedo-
nian dynasty in eastern empire.
924 Tomislav, owned by Pope John X, becomes King of
Croatia. Reigns over Croatia south to Montenegro.
925 Tsar Simeon of Bulgaria proclaims himself Tsar of
Romans and Bulgars.
926 Tsar Simeon conquers and devastates Serbia.
960 Death of Časlav, who made first attempt to unify Serbs.
976-1014 Tsar Samuel of Bulgaria. Expansion of domain to Sofia
and reëtablishment of patriarchate at Ohrid, center
of new state.
976-1025 Reign of Basil II the Bulgar-Slayer, direct descendant of
Basil of Macedon.
976-1025 Reign of Tsar Samuel over Bulgars.
1018 Basil II destroys Bulgarian kingdom.
1077 Michael of Serbia crowned by papal legate of Greg-
ory VII.

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