Great Bulgarian Rulers - Wineh Han

Great Bulgarian Rulers - Wineh Han 

Is only mentioned in the List of Bulgarian Khans. Managed seven years. His family is Vokil. Change of control race witness for another coup. The occasion was the defeat of Khan Kormisosh in the campaign by 756. In the same 756 by Emperor Constantine V undertook his second campaign against Bulgaria - Bulgarian head of state are already Khan Wine. Shot of the Byzantines was implemented with the joint efforts of the land army and navy. Five hundred Byzantine ship reached the mouth of the river and taken upstream of the river - Dump landing "burned Bulgarian land and took many captives." Land army, which command personally by the Emperor, was greeted with Wine at the frontier fortress mark (in today Karnobat). Bulgarian troops "were converted to escape and suffered defeat. Wine Khan was forced to start peace talks and undertook to "send hostage own children." In 759 the Emperor Constantine V began another march against the Bulgarian state. Bulgarians welcomed the Byzantine army in "the narrows of the Balkan Mountains and the Byzantines suffered a major defeat. Byzantine chronicler Theophanes naming names of many of the nobles who left his bones in the mountains, and many more were (he assures) ordinary soldiers perished. Constantine V had to return ingloriously back and Wine Khan took a "big booty". But the wine was not destined to enjoy long this victory - he showed surprising omission tending more to peace than the continuation of the war, which caused widespread discontent among the aristocracy. Soon came to open revolt, accompanied by brutal violence - Han Wineh was assassinated in 762, along with his entire family.

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