Croats

Earliest record: 200
Last record: 1970

Language family: Slavic

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YearsAction
200550Located in [1]
550Migrated to [1]
550900Located in
610641Partial migration to
610910Located in
900Partial migration to
9001000Located in [2]
9001000Located in [3]
910997Expanded to [4]
9101970Located in
14001800Partial migration to [5]

Location Info

  1. Sea of Azov
  2. Galicia
  3. {Galicia} *{32-32}*
  4. YU in Adriatic hinterlands between Rasa R (Istria) in W and and Cetina R (S of split) in E. (Largely Dalmatia in YU.) + area betw Save & Danube RR (up to at least Ptuj in the E, acc/to (147- 24)).
  5. {YU in Adriatic hinterlands between Rasa R (Istria) in W and and Cetina R (S of split) in E. (Largely Dalmatia in YU.) + area betw Save & Danube RR (up to at least Ptuj in the E, acc/to (147- 24)).} *{900-688}*
  6. {YU Macedonia} *{118-14}*
  7. Betw Labe and Jizera RR, betw Mlada Boleslav & Hradec Kralove (Bohemia, CS).
  8. YU Macedonia
  9. Istria, Bosnia, Duklja (Montenegro), Zahlumje (area bordered by Dubrovnik, Dabar, Luka, Popop, Velika, Dabrava) (YU) (see map 399 for detailed description). Dabar, Luka, Popop, Velika, Dabrava) (YU) (see map 399 for detailed description.
  10. {YU in Adriatic hinterlands between Rasa R (Istria) in W and and Cetina R (S of split) in E. (Largely Dalmatia in YU.) + area betw Save & Danube RR (up to at least Ptuj in the E, acc/to (147- 24)).} + {Istria, Bosnia, Duklja (Montenegro), Zahlumje (area bordered by Dubrovnik, Dabar, Luka, Popop, Velika, Dabrava) (YU).} *{900-687} + {149-28}*
  11. Istria

References

  1. Vernadsky, G. 1956. Das fruehe Slawentum. Das Ostslawentum bis zum Mongolensturm. pp. 251-300. In Valjavec, Fritz (ed.). Historia Mundi, Vol 5. Francke Verlag, Bern, Switzerland.
  2. Etnicke Pomery ve Stredni Europe do Pocatku X. Stoleti. Slovane a Velka Morava. 1965. IIIb. In Atlas Ceskoslovenskych, Dejin. USGK. Prague.
  3. Vlahovia, Petar. 1983. Ethnical characteristics of West Macedonia. [Serbo-Croat with English summary] Etnoloski Pregled (Revue d'ethnologie) 19:49-59.
  4. Hoesch, Edgar. 1968. Geschichte der Balkanlaender. W. Kohlhammer Verlag, Stuttgart. 160 pp.
  5. Vlachovic, Petar. 1979. Ethnology of Yugoslavia--General Part 1--Ethnogenesis of the Yugoslav Peoples. Part I. (In Serbo-Croat) Mimeographed lecture notes. Belgrade.