Bogomil

[village] Bogomil is a village in the municipality of Harmanli, in Haskovo Province, in southern Bulgaria. ...
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Bogomil

Member of a sect of Christian heretics who originated in 10th-century Bulgaria and spread throughout the Byzantine empire. They held the dualistic belief that the physical world was created by the...
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Bogomil

member of a dualist religious sect that flourished in the Balkans between the 10th and 15th centuries. It arose in Bulgaria toward the middle of the ... [9 related articles]
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Bogomil

[name] Bogomil (Cyrillic: Богомил, also Bogumił in Polish, Bohumil in Czech and Slovak) is a given name of Slavic origin. It is composed of the Slavic words `bog` (god) and `mil` (dear) and literally means `Dear to God`. Thus it is considered as the equivalent to Latin Amadeus and Greek Theophil. Its feminine equivalents are Bogomil...
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Bogomil

[priest] Bogomil (Богомил) was a 10th-century Bulgarian priest and heresiarch, who was connected with the origins of Bogomilism. According to Cosmas the Priest the priest Bogomil first began to preach his heresy in Bulgaria in the reign of the Peter I of Bulgaria (927 to 969), which indicates that Cosmas must have been writing later ...
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