Bozh

Bozh [Bož] (Boz, Bus), d ca 375. Prince of the Antes. According to the 6th-century Byzantine historian Jordanes, Bozh led the Antes against the Ostrogoths in the 4th century. He was taken captive and crucified by order of King Vinitharius, together with his sons and 70 of his closest nobles. It is believed that the name Bozh was known to the author of Slovo o polku Ihorevi (The Tale of Ihor's Campaign).




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