Malamir was the son of Omourtag, and the small son of Krum. Its name is desfois regarded as Slavic origin , speculating in the fact that his/her mother would be Slavic. Malamir became prince of Bulgaria in 831 with died of his/her father Omourtag, his older brother Enravota (or Voin) having lost its death taxes while becoming Christian. Moreover towards 833, Malamir made carry out this last, with the reason which he refused to abjure his Christian faith.
It is possible that young and inexperienced Malamir being at the time of its accession to the capacity, the businesses of the state were managed initially by its minister ( kaukhanos ) Isbul. In 836, scratch date of the peace treaty 20 years with the Byzantine Empire, the Byzantine emperor Theophilus devastated the areas inside the Bulgarian border. The Bulgarian ones in reprisals, under control Isbul, reached Adrinople. They annexed also Philippopolis (Plovdiv) and its surroundings. Several monumental inscriptions in the area of Pliska, give a report on these Bulgarian victories, for the ones, and of the activities of construction under the reign of Malamir, for the others. Malamir died in 836, allegedly like remuneration for the execution of his/her older brother.
Jordan Andreev, Ivan Lazarov, Plamen Pavlov, Koj koj E v srednovekovna Bălgarija , Sofia 1999.
- (primary source), Bahši Iman, Džagfar Tarihy , vol. I, Orenburg 1997.
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