French

Earliest record: 476
Last record: 1970

Language family: Italic

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YearsAction
4761970Located in
10721109Were resettled in [1]
10961097Wandering in [2]
10981099Conquered [2]
10981144Located in
10981268Located in [2]
11011104Attacked [3]
1191Conquered [2]
1202Conquered [2]
1203Conquered [2]
1209Attacked [4]
12641268Attacked [5]
1284Attacked [4]
1521Attacked [4]
15531559Attacked
1650Partial migration to [6]
16501750Were assimilated
1769Conquered
17691970Located in
17961797Attacked [7]
1799Attacked [7]
1800Attacked [7]
1800Attacked [7]
1805Attacked [7]
1806Attacked [7]
1807Attacked [7]
18071813Attacked [4]
1812Attacked [7]
1813Attacked [7]
1815Attacked [7]
19181921Attacked [8]
19181921Naval attack [8]
19451970Partial migration to [9]

Location Info

  1. French speaking areas of F, B & CH
  2. Sahagun Zone: Logrono, Santo Domingo de la Calzada, Najera, Burgos, Castrojeriz, Carrion de los Condes, Leon, Astorga, Ponferrada, Lugo, Puerto Marin & Santiago de Compostela.
  3. Balkans
  4. {Antioch (the crusader state, not the city. See Putzger p.49)} + {Edessa (the crusader state, not the city. See Putzger p.49)} *{227- 5} + {901-64}*
  5. Edessa (the crusader state, not the city. See Putzger p.49)
  6. Antioch (the crusader state, not the city. See Putzger p.49)
  7. N AM
  8. Cyprus
  9. Zara (modern Zadar, YU)
  10. Constantinople
  11. Carcassone, Toulouse
  12. I (NW & boot)
  13. Aragon (old kingdom in E)
  14. Navarre (ancient kingdom of E)
  15. Corsica
  16. Electorate Brandenburg (Putzger p. 75)
  17. {Electorate Brandenburg (Putzger p. 75)} *{179-32}*
  18. Corsica
  19. Corsica
  20. Mondovi, Dego, Lodi, Montenotte, Castiglione, Lonato, Bassano, & Arcole, Rivoli, N I
  21. Zurich, CH
  22. Marengo, N I
  23. Hohenlinden, (just E of Munich,D)
  24. Ulm, D & Austerlitz, CS
  25. Jena, DDR (Prussia)
  26. Friedland & Eylau, E Prussia (NW SU)
  27. P, E
  28. Berezina (on Berezina R SU, W of Moscow), Krasnoi, Smolensk, Maloyaroslavets, Borodino, & Moscow, W SU.
  29. Lutzen, Leipzig, Dresden ; Bautzen, DDR & Hanau, D.
  30. B
  31. Murmansk & Karelia, Archangel, N SU
  32. Odessa & Simferopol, on Black Sea coast, S SU
  33. CH

References

  1. 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.
  2. Baldwin, Marshall W. 1976. Crusades. pp. 297-310. In The New Encyclopaedia Britannica. Macropaedia. Volume 5. Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., Chicago.
  3. Talbot Rice, T. 1963. Die Seldschuken. M. DuMont Schauberg, Cologne. 252 pp.
  4. Livermore, Harold. 1958. A History of Spain. Grove Press, New York. 478 pp.
  5. Conflicts of Empire and Papacy 1190-1268. 1979. pp. 123, No. 5. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  6. Schwidetzky, I. 1979. Rassengeschichte von Deutschland. pp. 45-101. In Schwidetzky, I. (ed.). Rassengeschichte der Menschheit. Volume 7. R. Oldenbourg Verlag, Munich.
  7. The Overseas World. 1979. pp. 204-205, No. 1. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  8. Russia in War and Revolution. 1979. pp. 259, No. 1. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  9. Hoffmann-Nowotny, Hans-Joachim. 1978. European migration after World War II. pp. 85-105. In McNeill, William H., and Ruth S. Adams (eds.). Human Migration. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana.