Boii

Earliest record: -800
Last record: 200

Language family: Celtic

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YearsAction
-800-400Located in [1]
-700-650Partial migration to [1]
-600-500Partial migration to
-600-300Located in [2]
-400Expanded to
-400-375Migrated to [3]
-400-190Located in
-400-50Located in [4]
-300-100Expanded to [5]
-300-44Located in
-298-279Attacked [1]
-58Settled in [6]
-44200Were assimilated

Location Info

  1. Betw Main & Danube RR
  2. Landes
  3. {W CS} *{307-10}*
  4. Bohemia & Moravia, CS
  5. Middle Silesia
  6. S shore Po R up to Apennine Mts (includes Bologna acc/to (27-74))
  7. {S shore Po R up to Apennine Mts (includes Bologna acc/to (27- 74))}*{143-37}*
  8. Middle Silesia
  9. E Lower A, S of Bohemia and Moravia to Danube R, W H, SW Slovakia
  10. {Bohemia & Moravia, CS} + {E Lower A, S of Bohemia and Moravia to Danube R, W H, SW Slovakia} *{307- 10} + {19-9}*
  11. Bulgaria, Illyria Macedonia, Paeonia (in Balkans), Thrace, Delphi.
  12. Gaul betw Loire & Allier RR (acc/to EB)
  13. {Bohemia & Moravia, CS} + {E Lower A, S of Bohemia and Moravia to Danube R, W H, SW Slovakia} *{900- 968}*

References

  1. Lantier, Raymond. 1954. Die Kelten. pp. 400-458. In Valjavec, Fritz (ed.). Historia Mundi. Vol. 3. Francke, Bern, Switzerland.
  2. Europa V Dobe Keltskych Vyboju (VI. AZ II. Stol. PR. N.L.). Doba Bronzova a Zelezna Rane Historicke narody. 1965. IIe. In Atlas Ceskoslovenskych, Dejin. USGK. Prague.
  3. Moreau, Jacques. 1961. Die Welt der Kelten. Gustav Kilpper Verlag, Stuttgart. 269 pp.
  4. Schmidt, L. 1942. Geschichte der Wandalen. 2nd edition. Verlag C.H. Beck, Munich. 208 pp.
  5. Neustupny, Evcen and Jiri Neustupny. 1961. Czechoslovakia before the Slavs. Thames and Hudson, London. 255 pp.
  6. Gustin, Mitja (ed.). 1984. Die Kelten und ihre Zeitgenossen auf dem Gebiet Jugoslawiens. [Serbo-Croat with Germany summary] Catalogue of an exhibition. National Museum, Ljublijana, Yugoslavia. 131 pp.