Goths

Earliest record: -100
Last record: 400

Language family: Germanic

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YearsAction
-100400Located in [1]
-25Partial migration to
-25-7Located in [2]
-717Expanded to
-7175Located in [2]
175Migrated to [2]
175240Located in
200230Expanded to [3]
200240Located in
238Attacked [2]
238Attacked [3]

Location Info

  1. Oester- & Vaestergoetland & Island of Gotland.
  2. {Gothi-Scandza (Gothi-Scandza = N PL. & N D. between Vistula & Oder RR covering modern cities of Gdansk, Szeszin, & Grudziadz.)} *{1-2}*
  3. Gothi-Scandza (Gothi-Scandza = N PL. & N D. between Vistula & Oder RR covering modern cities of Gdansk, Szeszin, & Grudziadz.)
  4. Middle Oder R Both sides of middle Oder R, S boundary reached in E. Mark Brandenburg, into the Lausitz area and Lower Silesia.
  5. {Middle Oder R Both sides of middle Oder R, S boundary reached in E. Mark Brandenburg, into the Lausitz area and Lower Silesia.} + {Gothi-Scandza (Gothi-Scandza = N PL. & N D. between Vistula & Oder RR covering modern cities of Gdansk, Szeszin, & Grudziadz.)} *{900-487} + {1-2}*
  6. Marshes nr Azov Sea
  7. {Marshes nr Azov Sea} *{1-9}*
  8. NW of Black Sea State between Carpathians, Don R, Vistula R, Sea of Azov, centered on lower Dnepr R.
  9. {NW of Black Sea State between Carpathians, Don R, Vistula R, Sea of Azov, centered on lower Dnepr R.} *{11-55}*
  10. Dacia & Illyria
  11. Thrace

References

  1. Czarnecki, Jan. 1975. The Goths in Ancient Poland. University of Miami Press, Coral Gables, Florida. 184 pp.
  2. Wolfram, H. 1983. Geschichte der Goten. Verlag C.H. Beck, Muenchen. 295 pp.
  3. Musset, L. 1975. The Germanic Invasions. Paul Elek, London. 287 pp.