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Old 03-14-2009, 08:15 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by Sarafot View Post
Probebly Dušan Silni was first who was called CAR,Slovenians use CESAR for king or kralj?
Khan Boris of Bulgaria was the first to use it in the form of TSAR during the 9th century, after accepting the Slavic language and Christian faith as official for his state.

Here is more literature regarding the Illyro-Slavic origins of Belisarius.

The Life of Belisarius, Lord Mahon, 1848, Preface.

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