By Carsten Riis
The writer exhibits how the dominant examine paradigm in socialist Bulgaria -- with strains courting again to the 19th century -- interpreted and depicted the background of Christianity through the interval of Ottoman Muslim domination. The organization of spiritual and nationwide id legitimated the non secular and minority coverage of the socialist regime. The e-book demonstrates that political surveillance and keep an eye on over historiography had direct outcomes for the non secular groups in Bulgaria.
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This topic is discussed in the following sections. The second area of interest is the concrete effect of the millet system, discussed in the following chapters, as expressed in Ottoman religious policy towards the Orthodox Bulgarians before and after 1454. When Constantinople fell on the 19th of May, 1453, the city was but a shadow of its former self. Even though the Byzantine empire had for nearly 100 years been reduced to the capital, the nearby surroundings and small areas of the Peloponnesus and at Trapezunt, the event attained wide-ranging consequences.
Karpat contests the view of the patriarchate as a governmental instru ment and oppressor of non-Greek subjects; the patriarchate was not part of the bureaucratic apparatus and managed only those millet affairs connected with the cult and internal church jurisdiction and Karpat insists that talk of corrup tion and bribery in the frequent changes of patriarch is exaggerated (p. 1430Karpat argues that a harmonious relationship arose between the Orthodox Church and the Ottoman empire, because their political interests overlapped, and because both shared a fundamental view of religion, God and Eternity.
In connection with the altered political situation, the church obtained its center in Ohrid, but after 971 had probably lost its autocephalous status. From the beginning of the eleventh century, Byzantine Emperor Basil II (coemperor from 963, ruling alone 976-1025) initiated a long term plan to end Bulgarian domination of the western Balkans. Tsar Samuel's army was slowly pressed backwards, and after an overwhelming victory in 1014, the Byzantines could crush the final pockets of resistance, so that Basil I I , in 1018, could enter Ohrid.
Religion, politics, and historiography in Bulgaria by Carsten Riis