Bulgars

Earliest record: 550
Last record: 969

Language family: Turcic

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YearsAction
550680Located in
558559Attacked [1]
680Partial migration to [2]
680Partial migration to [3]
680800Located in
680969Were assimilated
712Attacked [1]
756Attacked [1]
762Attacked
800900Were assimilated [4]

Location Info

  1. S Russia (Pontic steppes nr coasts of Sea of Azov (or even the Kuban R) up to the Dnepr.)
  2. Thrace & Macedonia
  3. Middle Volga R (around Kama R mouth).
  4. Betw Isker R, Balkans & Black Sea (capital Pliska, BG).
  5. {Betw Isker R, Balkans & Black Sea (capital Pliska, BG).} *{149-10}*
  6. {S Russia (Pontic steppes nr coasts of Sea of Azov (or even the Kuban R) up to the Dnepr.)} *{900- 374}*
  7. S Thrace, Golden Horn (nr Istanbul, TR).
  8. Constantinople
  9. {S Thrace} *{234-141}* *{234-141} is a 'Slavs' record.*
  10. {Betw Isker R, Balkans & Black Sea (capital Pliska, BG).} *{149-10}*

References

  1. Vernadsky, George. 1943. Ancient Russia. Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut. 425 pp.
  2. de Fernandey, Michael. 1956. Die nordeurasischen Reitervoelker und der Westen bis zum Mongolensturm. pp. 175-223. In Valjavec, Fritz (ed.). Historia Mundi, Vol 5. Francke Verlag, Bern, Switzerland.
  3. Hoesch, Edgar. 1968. Geschichte der Balkanlaender. W. Kohlhammer Verlag, Stuttgart. 160 pp.
  4. Vana, Zdenek. 1970. Einfuehrung in die Fruehgeschichte der Slawen. Karl Wachtholz Verlag, Neumuenster, BRD. 144 pp.