Malamirovo or Hambarli Inscription is a Bulgarian Greek inscription of around 813 AD, commemorating Bulgarian victories of Krum over the Byzantines, now preserved in the Varna Archaeological Museum.
||[Archon Krum came forward to Constantinople with his people]. And his brother took care of him and went forth, and God gave Krum power to devastate places and castles: Serdica, Debeltos, Constantia, Versinikia, Adrianopolis. These fenced castles he conquered. The other fortresses, God gave them fear and they fled. Moreover, he did not forget the lower land, when the old and bald king (Nikephoros I?) came out with all his people, and burnt our villages, forgetting his oaths...
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