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Paisius of Hilendar (1722–1773) was a historiographer, the first ideologist of the Bulgarian national revival, credited for the awakening of a national identity in the Bulgarian people.

Short chronicles are one of the most representative genres of Bulgarian medieval literature. They are characterized by their aim of describing the entirety of history in a brief form: from the creation of the world onwards, reckoning time on the basis of Tsardoms and ending with the present time.


Dobri Voynikov was Bulgarian playwright, poet, journalist, director, creator of the Bulgarian theater.

A Bulgarian poet and journalist, a public figure, enlightener, and fighter for the independence of the Bulgarian church.

The Bulgarian tsars’ Charters of the 13th – 14th centuries are unique historical sources of a secular character which contain various kinds of information that allow us to form an idea about the features of state authority, the fiscal system, the social composition of the population, and the trade and international relations of the Bulgarian state at different stages of its historical development.

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SESDiva ERA.Net RUS Plus Call 2017 – S&T

SESDiva. Project № 156

SESDiva aims at creating a virtual museum of written culture in relation to the social, religious, cultural, and ideological environment and relations between the South and East Slavs throughout the centuries from the 11th to the beginning of the 20th century.

Duration: 2018-2020
Program: ERA.Net RUS Plus Call 2017 ‐ S&T Projects