Burgundians

Earliest record: -200
Last record: 550

Language family: Germanic

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YearsAction
-200-150Located in [1]
-2001Located in [2]
-150-100Migrated to [1]
-150250Located in
150Partial migration to [3]
150250Located in
250288Migrated to [3]
250290Partial migration to [4]
250451Located in
278Attacked [3]
406Partial migration to
406Partial migration to [3]
406436Located in
411Attacked [3]
435Attacked [3]
436443Were resettled in [4]
436457Located in
451455Partial migration to
457474Expanded to [4]
457482Located in
482Expanded to
482534Located in [5]
534550Were assimilated [6]

Location Info

  1. Bornholm (Island)
  2. Oder-Vistula region See map 6, upper panel.
  3. Lower Oder & Vistula RR (see map 6, ref 16).
  4. Lower Oder & Vistula RR (see map 6, ref 16). *{170-13}*
  5. W limit Flaeming Region & Mulde R with Duebener Heide, S: Lausitz & Sudeten Mts, E: Bobr R, N: WartaLowlands & forested slopes of Mecklenburg Hills, also Schorfheide and S Uckermark. (See map 6/8, Westermanns Hausatlas.)
  6. {W limit Flaeming Region & Mulde R with Duebener Heide, S: Lausitz & Sudeten Mts, E: Bobr R, N: Warta Lowlands & forested slopes of Mecklenburg Hills, also Schorfheide and S Uckermark. (See map 6/8, Westermanns Hausatlas.)} *{192-1}*
  7. Main & Neckar RR area nr Jagst R & Kocher.
  8. Black Sea
  9. {Main & Neckar RR area nr Jagst R & Kocher.} *{192-3}*
  10. Raetia RP(Lech R nr Augsburg)
  11. Palatinate (Pfalz), E area W of Rhine downstream of Koblenz in E corner of RP Germania II.
  12. Worms, Speyer, Strasbourg, Mainz
  13. {Palatinate (Pfalz), & area W of Rhine downstream of Koblenz in E corner of RP Germania II.} + {Worms, Speyer, Strasbourg, Mainz} *{900-480} + {192-8}*
  14. S Gaul
  15. Belgica I RP
  16. S of L Geneva City of Geneva, Ebrudunum (Villeneuve at the mouth of the Rhone R into L. Geneva) & Grenoble.
  17. {S of L Geneva City of Geneva, Ebrudunum (Villeneuve at the mouth of the Rhone R into L. Geneva) & Grenoble.} *{12-52}*
  18. {S of L Geneva City of Geneva, Ebrudunum (Villeneuve at the mouth of the Rhone R into L. Geneva) & Grenoble.} *{900-482}*
  19. RP Lugdunensis I as well as cities of Lyon, Die (on Drome R), Vienne & Vaison. Middle & Upper Aare R up to Solothurn was Eastern Boundary of Burgandy. The Rhenish areas of CH (Basel & Windisch were never Burgundian.
  20. {S of L Geneva City of Geneva, Ebrudunum (Villeneuve at the mouth of the Rhone R into L. Geneva) & Grenoble.} + {RP Lugdunensis I as well as cities of Lyon, Die (on Drome R), Vienne & Vaison. Middle & Upper Aare R up to Solothurn was Eastern Boundary of Burgandy. The Rhenish areas of CH (Basel & Windisch were never Burgundian.} *{12-52} + {12- 53}*
  21. {S of L Geneva City of Geneva, Ebrudunum (Villeneuve at the mouth of the Rhone R into L. Geneva) & Grenoble. + RP Lugdunensis I as well as cities of Lyon, Die (on Drome R), Vienne & Vaison. Middle & Upper Aare R up to Solothurn was Eastern Boundary of Burgandy. The Rhenish areas of CH (Basel & Windisch were never Burgundian.} - {Basin of Rhone R up to the Durance in S, to the Saone V, in CH up to the Aar R, in the Bourgogne, reaching NW to the Auxerrois, the Senonais, the Troesin, & in W the Cevennes. (See also map 37-I in Putzger.)} *{900- 483} - {17-46}*
  22. Basin of Rhone R up to the Durance in S, to the Saone V, in CH up to the Aar R, in the Bourgogne, reaching NW to the Auxerrois, the Senonais, the Troesin, & in W the Cevennes. (See also map 37-I in Putzger.)
  23. {Basin of Rhone R up to the Durance in S, to the Saone V, in CH up to the Aar R, in the Bourgogne, reaching NW to the Auxerrois, the Senonais, the Troesin, & in W the Cevennes. (See also map 37-I in Putzger.)} *{17- 46}*

References

  1. Torgersen, Johan. 1976. Rassengeschichte von Skandinavien. pp. 103-145. In Schwidetzky, I. (ed.). Rassengeschichte der Menschheit. Volume 4. R. Oldenbourg Verlag, Munich.
  2. Czarnecki, Jan. 1975. The Goths in Ancient Poland. University of Miami Press, Coral Gables, Florida. 184 pp.
  3. Leube, Achim. 1983. Die Burgunden bis zum Untergang ihres Reiches an der oberen Rhone im Jahre 534. pp. 361-379. In Krueger, Bruno (ed.) Die Germanen. Vol. 2. Akademie-Verlag, Berlin.
  4. 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.
  5. Mirot, Leon. 1947. Manuel de Geographie Historique de la France. 2nd ed. Vol. 1. Editions A & J. Picard & Co., Paris. 304 pp.
  6. Vallois, H.V. and M.C. Chamla. 1974. Histoire raciale de la France. pp. 45-102. In Schwidetzky, I. (ed.). Rassengeschichte der Menschheit. Volume 2. R. Oldenbourg Verlag, Munich.