which subsequently declined and Thracian tribes fell under Macedonian, Celtic and Roman domination.
This mixture of ancient peoples was assimilated by the Slavs, who permanently settled on the peninsula after 500 AD.
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The history of Bulgaria can be traced from the first settlements on the lands of modern Bulgaria to its formation as a nation-state and includes the history of the Bulgarian people and their origin.
One of the Kubrat's successors, Asparukh, migrated with some of the Bulgar tribes to the area around the Danube delta, and subsequently conquered Scythia Minor and Moesia Inferior from the Byzantine Empire, expanding his new kingdom further into the Balkan Peninsula.
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Archaeomagnetic dating was made utilizing the Lanos’ method [L’approche bayésienne en chronométrie: application à l’archeomagnétisme. (Eds.), Datation, XXIe rencontres internationales d’archéologie et d’histoire d’Antibes, Editions APDCA, Antibes, pp. (Eds.), Tools for Chronology, Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries, Springer-Verlag, London, 2003, pp.
The European Commission is expected to approve the second thread of the Turkish Stream pipeline stretching to Bulgaria’s Black Sea shore, according to Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borrisov who warned that the EU is becoming over-dependent on gas transited via Turkey.“I am now expecting a letter from the European Commission (on) whether they will allow me to start negotiations for a pipe directly to Bulgaria, because as those processes drag on, the entire region has become over-dependent on Turkey,” Borissov said on Wednesday (19 July).“Now with these [deteriorating] relations between the EU and Turkey, we can ask ourselves the rhetorical question which option is best,” said the Bulgarian head of state, who was quoted by the Bulgarian press.
Borissov made the statements at the annual gathering of Bulgarian ambassadors in Sofia yesterday (19 July).
Russia however keeps its cards close to its chest and doesn’t say what route it plans for the second thread of Turkish Stream.
Gazprom plans a first thread of the pipeline to supply gas to Turkish consumers, while the second will serve customers in South and South-Eastern Europe.