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The kavhan (Greek: καυχανος; Bulgarian: Кавхан; according to some historians it should be read as kaphan, others pay attention to the fact that in most Byzantine sources it is written as Kaukhan) was one of the most important officials in the First Bulgarian Empire. According to the generally accepted opinion, he was the second most important person in the state after the Bulgarian ruler. He had a number of responsibilities and concentrated huge power and authority. The kavhan was a commander-in-chief of the Bulgarian army and one of the primary diplomats in the state. He was a member of the Bolyar Counsel and one of the most important advisers to the Bulgarian ruler; the kavhan was sometimes his regent or co-ruler. The kavhan was a high magistrate and substitute to the ruler when the latt

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  • Kawkhan (bulgarisch Кавхан, manchmal auch Kap-khan, altgriechisch καυκάνος, καπχάνης, κοπχάνων) war ein Titel hoher mittelalterlicher, protobulgarischer Würdenträger.
  • Le Kavkhan, Kapkhan (bulgare : Кавхан) ou encore Kaukhan (tel qu'écrit dans les textes byzantins, est un titre bulgare, donné aux officiers de haut rangs dans le Premier Empire bulgare. Beaucoup s'accordent pour le considérer comme le deuxième plus important titre, après celui du gouverneur de l'Empire. On considère qu'une famille boyard, maintenait ce titre et se le transmettait de génération en génération.
  • El kavján (en búlgaro: Кавхан; según algunos historiadores​ que debe ser leído como kapján, otros prestan atención al hecho de que en la mayoría de las fuentes bizantinas se escribe como Kauján​) era uno de los funcionarios más importantes durante el Primer Imperio búlgaro. Según la opinión generalmente aceptada, fue la segunda persona más importante del estado después del rey de Bulgaria. Tenía una serie de enormes responsabilidades y poderes autoritarios. El kavján era el comandante en jefe del ejército búlgaro y uno de los diplomáticos primarios en el estado. Era un miembro del Consejo Boyardo y uno de los asesores más importantes para el gobernante de Bulgaria, el kavján a veces era su regente o cogobernante. El kavján era un alto magistrado y sustituía al gobernante cuando este estaba
  • The kavhan (Greek: καυχανος; Bulgarian: Кавхан; according to some historians it should be read as kaphan, others pay attention to the fact that in most Byzantine sources it is written as Kaukhan) was one of the most important officials in the First Bulgarian Empire. According to the generally accepted opinion, he was the second most important person in the state after the Bulgarian ruler. He had a number of responsibilities and concentrated huge power and authority. The kavhan was a commander-in-chief of the Bulgarian army and one of the primary diplomats in the state. He was a member of the Bolyar Counsel and one of the most important advisers to the Bulgarian ruler; the kavhan was sometimes his regent or co-ruler. The kavhan was a high magistrate and substitute to the ruler when the latt
  • Caucano (em grego medieval: καυχανος; romaniz.: kauchanos; em búlgaro: Кавхан; romaniz.: kavhan; segundo alguns historiadores o termo deve ser lido como kaphan) era um dos mais importantes oficiais do Primeiro Império Búlgaro. De acordo com a opinião majoritária, ele era a segunda pessoa mais importante em todo o estado búlgaro, logo depois do monarca, tinha diversas responsabilidades e concentrava muito poder e autoridade. O caucano era o comandante-em-chefe do exército búlgaro e um dos principais diplomatas do estado. Ele também era membro do "Conselho Boiardo" e um dos mais importantes conselheiros do monarca; por vezes, era também o seu regente ou mesmo co-governante. O caucano era um alto magistrado e substituía o monarca sempre que ele estivesse fora da capital. Finalmente, é prováve
  • Kauchan (bułg. кавхан, rzadziej кавкан), protobułgarski tytuł oznaczający namiestnika, zastępcę chana, dysponujący częścią władzy swego zwierzchnika. Kauchani byli zwykle dowódcami wojskowymi prowadzącymi wojska do boju.
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  • Kawkhan (bulgarisch Кавхан, manchmal auch Kap-khan, altgriechisch καυκάνος, καπχάνης, κοπχάνων) war ein Titel hoher mittelalterlicher, protobulgarischer Würdenträger.
  • The kavhan (Greek: καυχανος; Bulgarian: Кавхан; according to some historians it should be read as kaphan, others pay attention to the fact that in most Byzantine sources it is written as Kaukhan) was one of the most important officials in the First Bulgarian Empire. According to the generally accepted opinion, he was the second most important person in the state after the Bulgarian ruler. He had a number of responsibilities and concentrated huge power and authority. The kavhan was a commander-in-chief of the Bulgarian army and one of the primary diplomats in the state. He was a member of the Bolyar Counsel and one of the most important advisers to the Bulgarian ruler; the kavhan was sometimes his regent or co-ruler. The kavhan was a high magistrate and substitute to the ruler when the latter is absent from the capital. He is also attributed to have been a judge. It is assumed that there was a prominent bolyar family in Bulgaria from which the kavhan was chosen generation after generation - the so-called "kavhan kin". The title was therefore hereditary and for life. According to most historians the title outlived the First Empire which was conquered by Basil II in 1018. The last person who had the prerogatives and responsibilities of a kavhan was Georgi Voiteh, an initiator of the uprising of Peter III (Constantine Bodin) in 1072. During the reign of Samuil the kavhan was Dometian, captured by the Byzantines and succeeded by his brother Teodor during the reign of Ivan Vladislav. During the Second Bulgarian Empire the title was not used. Another famous kavhan is Peter who carried out three missions in Rome and one in Constantinople during the reign of Boris I. The most prominent kavhan, as well as the one with most merits for Bulgaria was Isbul. He occupied that position during the reign of three Khans: Omurtag (814-831), Malamir (831-836) and his nephew Presian (836-852). His merits include the reconstruction of Pliska as a beautiful capital during Omurtag and the completion of the new centralized state administration. He ordered an action to catch the Byzantine spies. He was among the main initiators of the 30-year peace Treaty of 815 which was very favourable and useful for Bulgaria. Isbul commanded the Bulgarian armies in successful campaigns against the Byzantines in southern Macedonia.
  • El kavján (en búlgaro: Кавхан; según algunos historiadores​ que debe ser leído como kapján, otros prestan atención al hecho de que en la mayoría de las fuentes bizantinas se escribe como Kauján​) era uno de los funcionarios más importantes durante el Primer Imperio búlgaro. Según la opinión generalmente aceptada, fue la segunda persona más importante del estado después del rey de Bulgaria. Tenía una serie de enormes responsabilidades y poderes autoritarios. El kavján era el comandante en jefe del ejército búlgaro y uno de los diplomáticos primarios en el estado. Era un miembro del Consejo Boyardo y uno de los asesores más importantes para el gobernante de Bulgaria, el kavján a veces era su regente o cogobernante. El kavján era un alto magistrado y sustituía al gobernante cuando este estaba ausente de la capital. También se le atribuye haber sido un juez.​​​
  • Le Kavkhan, Kapkhan (bulgare : Кавхан) ou encore Kaukhan (tel qu'écrit dans les textes byzantins, est un titre bulgare, donné aux officiers de haut rangs dans le Premier Empire bulgare. Beaucoup s'accordent pour le considérer comme le deuxième plus important titre, après celui du gouverneur de l'Empire. On considère qu'une famille boyard, maintenait ce titre et se le transmettait de génération en génération.
  • Kauchan (bułg. кавхан, rzadziej кавкан), protobułgarski tytuł oznaczający namiestnika, zastępcę chana, dysponujący częścią władzy swego zwierzchnika. Kauchani byli zwykle dowódcami wojskowymi prowadzącymi wojska do boju. Kauchanem był np. , sprawujący władzę regenta za panowania małoletniego chana Małamira i we wczesnym okresie rządów jego brata Presjana. Oprócz prowadzonej z rozmachem polityki budowlanej, wiadomo że odpierał w 836 roku najazd bizantyński na Bułgarię, a następnie wspólnie z Małamirem najechał bizantyńską Trację. W rok później już za panowania Presjana przyszedł z pomocą zbuntowanym plemionom słowiańskim w Macedonii rozbijając Bizantyńczyków w bitwie pod Filippi.
  • Caucano (em grego medieval: καυχανος; romaniz.: kauchanos; em búlgaro: Кавхан; romaniz.: kavhan; segundo alguns historiadores o termo deve ser lido como kaphan) era um dos mais importantes oficiais do Primeiro Império Búlgaro. De acordo com a opinião majoritária, ele era a segunda pessoa mais importante em todo o estado búlgaro, logo depois do monarca, tinha diversas responsabilidades e concentrava muito poder e autoridade. O caucano era o comandante-em-chefe do exército búlgaro e um dos principais diplomatas do estado. Ele também era membro do "Conselho Boiardo" e um dos mais importantes conselheiros do monarca; por vezes, era também o seu regente ou mesmo co-governante. O caucano era um alto magistrado e substituía o monarca sempre que ele estivesse fora da capital. Finalmente, é provável que ele fosse também um juiz.
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