TITLE

TAO PRENSİ DAVİT DÖNEMİNDE THEODOSIOPOLIS (ERZURUM) YÖRESİ

AUTHOR(S)
Gürbüz, Osman
PUB. DATE
January 2003
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;Winter2003, Vol. 7 Issue 14, p245
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Erzurum was conquered in period of the third Caliph Osman. The city had been under sovereignty of Muslims during three centuries. Byzantines captured Erzurum at the mid 10th century. We don't know a lot about the residents of Erzurum in this era that lasted a century. We have to know about the political activities of Kurropolat Davit of Princate Tao to understand this period. The center of his land is Oltu and Tortum creek. Prince David engraved his land as a result of his Byzantinian follower policies at the rebellion Bardas Skleros. But after a short time because of his anti Byzantinian policies at the Bardas Phokas rebellion he lost his life and land.
ACCESSION #
17561951

 

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