Dorians

Earliest record: -1300
Last record: -368

Language family: Greek

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YearsAction
-1300-1100Located in
-1200-1000Partial migration to [1]
-1120Partial migration to
-1100Conquered [2]
-1100Conquered [2]
-1050-950Settled in
-1050-950Settled in [3]
-950Settled in
-850Settled in
-800-700Settled in
-750Settled in
-733Settled in [1]
-706-705Settled in
-690Settled in [4]
-664Settled in
-657-600Settled in [5]
-650Settled in
-650-600Settled in
-644Settled in
-626Settled in [1]
-600Settled in [5]
-600-588Settled in
-598Settled in
-581Settled in [4]
-525-475Settled in
-465Conquered [6]
-368Settled in [7]

Location Info

  1. Epirus
  2. Thessaly
  3. Isthmus, Argolis, Laconia (in Peloponnese).
  4. Mycenae
  5. Epidaurus
  6. Crete
  7. Melos, Thera (Cyclades)
  8. Rhodes, Cos (Is)
  9. Cnidus, Halicarnassus on Carian peninsula, AM.
  10. Soloi (S coast of AM)
  11. Syracuse (Sicily)
  12. Corcyra (Corfu)
  13. Taranto (Taras), I
  14. Gela (S Sicily)
  15. Akrai (SE Sicily)
  16. Chalcedon (or Kalchedon, on Asian side of Bosporus.)
  17. Buthroton (Butrint(i), Albania)
  18. Selymbria (Silivri) 60Km W of its future colony Byzantion (Istanbul) along Sea of Marmara.
  19. Kasmenai (Casmene, S Sicily)
  20. Epidamnus (=Dyrrachion, mod. Durres, Albania.)
  21. Potidaia (-daea), Chalcidice (Peninsula, GR.)
  22. Appolonia (Pojan, Albania)
  23. Camarina (S Sicily)
  24. Agrigentum (Agrigento or Acragas, S Sicily).
  25. Kallatis (Mangalis) & Mesambria (or Mesembria), the one on the W coast of Black Sea not the one on Aegaen coast of Thrace.
  26. Area of Iapygi (Japygen on map p.359.)
  27. Issa (Vis), Island off YU

References

  1. Hammond, N.G.L. 1972. A History of Macedonia. Clarendon Press, Oxford. 493 pp.
  2. Hammond, N.L.G. 1982. The Peloponnese. pp. 696-744. In Boardman, J., I.E.S. Edwards, N.G.L. Hammond, and E. Sollberger (eds.). The Cambridge Ancient History. 2nd edition. Volume 3, Part 1. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  3. Boardman, John. 1982. The islands. pp. 754-778. In Boardman, J., I.E.S. Edwards, N.G.L. Hammond, and E. Sollberger (eds.). The Cambridge Ancient History. 2nd edition. Volume 3, Part 1. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  4. Garcia y Bellido, A. 1954. Phoenizische und griechische Kolonisation im westlichen Mittelmeer--Karthago. pp 328-356. In Valjavec, Fritz (ed.). Historia Mundi. Vol 3. Francke, Bern, Switzerland.
  5. Wiesner, Joseph. 1963. Die Thraker. W. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart, W. Germany. 256 pp + 12 pl.
  6. Devoto, Giacomo. 1954. Altitalien. pp. 357-399. In Valjavec, Fritz (ed.). Historia Mundi. Vol 3. Francke, Bern, Switzerland.
  7. 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.