Batavi

Earliest record: -100
Last record: 500

Language family: Germanic

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YearsAction
-100-57Migrated to
-100400Located in
400500Were assimilated [1]

Location Info

  1. Batavia Isl. Island defined by branch of Waal R which in Roman times was located nr Cleve. N border by crooked Old Rhine, S border by Waal R and then after its junction with the Maas, nr Workum and Gorkum (Gorinchem), the continuation of the two streams, known as the Merwede, from Dordrecht up to the Old Maas R, & then up to its mouth below Brielle. Some of the Batavians also lived S beyond Waal R.
  2. {Batavia Isl. Island defined by branch of Waal R which in Roman times was located nr Cleve. N border by crooked Old Rhine, S. border by Waal R and then after its junction with the Maas, nr Workum and Gorkum (Gorinchem), the continuation of the two streams, known as the Merwede, from Dordrecht up to the Old Maas R, & then up to its mouth below Brielle. Some of the Batavians also lived S beyond Waal R.} *{900-508}*
  3. Batavia Isl. Island defined by branch of Waal R which in Roman times was located nr Cleve. N border by crooked Old Rhine, S border by Waal R and then after its junction with the Maas, nr Workum and Gorkum (Gorinchem), the continuation of the two streams, known as the Merwede, from Dordrecht up to the Old Maas R, & then up to its mouth below Brielle. Some of the Batavians also lived S beyond Waal R.

References

  1. Schmidt, L. 1910 and 1911. Geschichte der deutschen Staemme. I. Die Geschichte der Ostgermanen. II. Die Geschichte der Westgermanen. Weidmannsche Buchhandlung, Berlin. 493 and 649 pp.