Angelov, Dimitr Simeonov

Angelov, Dimitr Simeonov

 

Born Feb. 2, 1917. Bulgarian historian. Graduated from Sofia University (1940). Professor of Sofia University since 1949. Member of the Bulgarian Communist Party since 1948. Angelov is a specialist on the social and economic history of medieval Bulgaria and Byzantium and on the history of Bulgarian-Byzantine relations.

WORKS

Istoriia na Vizantiia, parts 1–2. Sofia, [1949–52].
Istoriia na Bulgarskata durzhava i pravo, 2nd ed. Sofia, 1959. (With M. Andreev.)
Agrarnite otnosheniia v Severna i Sredna Makedoniia prez XIV v. Sofia, 1958.
In Russian translation:
Bogomil’ stvo v Bolgarii. Moscow, 1954.
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Yet incidentally the antagonism between Socrates and the Sophists is allowed to appear.
The modern bourgeois society that has sprouted from the ruins of feudal society has not done away with clash antagonisms.
I think that through the cloudiness of his insanity he saw some antagonism in me, for he at once fell back on the last refuge of such as he, a dogged silence.
I say adversaries, for on recalling such proud memories we should avoid the word "enemies," whose hostile sound perpetuates the antagonisms and strife of nations, so irremediable perhaps, so fateful - and also so vain.
Pity and softened memory took place of the old antagonism, and in his busy thoughts about the future, as the chaise carried him rapidly along towards the home where he was now to be master, there was a continually recurring effort to remember anything by which he could show a regard for his grandfather's wishes, without counteracting his own cherished aims for the good of the tenants and the estate.
Feeling herself in antagonism she was quite in accord.
Colbert's daily increasing antagonism, and that he is doing his utmost to drive the king to get rid of the superintendent?
The broad outlines of the earlier stages of the war disappeared under its influence, the spacious antagonism of nations and empires and races vanished in a seething mass of detailed conflict.
Nicholas and his wife lived together so happily that even Sonya and the old countess, who felt jealous and would have liked them to disagree, could find nothing to reproach them with; but even they had their moments of antagonism.
But the lights in her own building soon cheered her; all these different states of mind were submerged in the deep flood of desires, thoughts, perceptions, antagonisms, which washed perpetually at the base of her being, to rise into prominence in turn when the conditions of the upper world were favorable.
Their attitude was more of fearful suspicion than antagonism.
She had an active force of antagonism within her, when the antagonism turned on the defence either of plans or persons that she believed in; and the wrongs which she felt that Will had received from her husband, and the external conditions which to others were grounds for slighting him, only gave the more tenacity to her affection and admiring judgment.