Byzantines

Earliest record: 500
Last record: 1207

Language family: Greek

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YearsAction
500900Were assimilated [1]
527531Conquered [2]
533534Conquered [3]
535553Conquered [4]
554Conquered
554628Located in [5]
565628Located in [6]
600800Were assimilated [1]
679Attacked [2]
697698Naval attack
813Were resettled in [2]
961969Conquered [7]
9611084Located in [8]
964Naval attack [8]
971976Conquered
975Attacked [6]
10011018Conquered [7]
10011207Located in
10251143Located in
1043Attacked [6]
10431088Located in
1052Attacked [6]
1054Attacked [6]
1069Attacked [9]
1097Conquered [9]
1118Attacked [6]
11431200Located in [6]
1176Attacked [9]

Location Info

  1. Macedonia (YU, GR)
  2. Ancient city of Bosporus (= modern Kerch or Kerc in the Crimean). Went by sea.
  3. N Africa, near Carthage
  4. I, Ostrogothic Kingdom
  5. {Mediterranean & Atlantic shores of Iberian Peninsula from E coast to Algarve.} *{53-48}*
  6. Mediterranean & Atlantic shores of Iberian Peninsula from E coast to Algarve.
  7. N coast Africa, Egypt, nr East, TR, GR, BG, YU, NE I, C I incl Rome, area around Naples, SW I, S coast I, Balearic Islands, Sardina, Corsica, Crete, Cyprus.
  8. Serbia
  9. Lower Danube R area
  10. Tunisia & Algeria
  11. Bessarabia
  12. Crete, Aleppo, Antioch (Syria)
  13. Antioch, Syria
  14. Cyprus
  15. {Betw Isker R (BG), Balkans & Black Sea (capital Pliska, BG). Sofia, Adrianople, LL Ochrid & Prespa. (Map in Mathew: Atlas of Medieval Europe, p.67, in blue.)} *{149-27}*
  16. Syria
  17. Betw Isker R (BG), Balkans & Black Sea (capital Pliska, BG). Sofia, Adrianople, LL Ochrid & Prespa. (Map in Mathew: Atlas of Medieval Europe, p.67, in blue.)
  18. {Betw Isker R (BG), Balkans & Black Sea (capital Pliska, BG). Sofia, Adrianople, LL Ochrid & Prespa. (Map in Mathew: Atlas of Medieval Europe, p.67, in blue.)} *{149-27}*
  19. GR, BG, YU, Crete, Cyprus, AM, and part of I. (See ref 325, map on p.113.)
  20. E Sicily
  21. {E Sicily} *{325-14}*
  22. Area betw Tigris & Euphrates RR, NE of Aleppo.
  23. Area nr Ani, Caucasus Mts foothills.
  24. Armenia
  25. Nicaea (Iznik) TR
  26. Area along Kizil R, C TR
  27. GR, BG, S YU, Crete, Cyprus, W TR, N & S coast TR. (See ref 325, map on p.113.)
  28. Konya

References

  1. Vukanovia, Tatomir. 1974. L'EthnogenSse des Slaves du Sud. [Serbo-Croat with French summary] Bulletin du Mus,e de Vranje 10:1-370 + 37 pl.
  2. Vernadsky, George. 1943. Ancient Russia. Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut. 425 pp.
  3. The Germanic Invasions. 1979. pp. 98-99, No. 1. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  4. Musset, L. 1975. The Germanic Invasions. Paul Elek, London. 287 pp.
  5. Ubieto Arteta, A., J. Regla' Campistol, and J.M. Jover Zamora. 1963. Introduccion a la Historia de Espana. Editorial Teide S.A., Barcelona. 798 pp.
  6. Byzantine Greatness and Decline. 1979. pp. 112-113, No. 1. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  7. Hoesch, Edgar. 1968. Geschichte der Balkanlaender. W. Kohlhammer Verlag, Stuttgart. 160 pp.
  8. The Reconquest of the Meditteranean. 1979. pp. 120-121, No. 2. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  9. Talbot Rice, T. 1963. Die Seldschuken. M. DuMont Schauberg, Cologne. 252 pp.