Greeks

Earliest record: -1900
Last record: 1970

Language family: Greek

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YearsAction
-1900-1600Wandering in [1]
-700-600Settled in
-700-600Settled in
-700-230Located in [2]
-650-550Settled in
-648Settled in [3]
-648-409Located in
-490Attacked [4]
-480Attacked [4]
-400Settled in
-250-150Located in [5]
193235Settled in [6]
12041246Conquered
16001800Partial migration to [7]
17501850Partial migration to [8]
17501908Located in
17941830Partial migration to [9]
19001923Located in [10]
19001923Located in [10]
19141923Were resettled in [11]
19191924Migrated to [12]
19191924Were resettled in [12]
19201923Were resettled in [10]
19221924Were resettled in [12]
19401960Located in [13]
19451970Located in [14]
19451970Located in [14]
19601970Located in [15]

Location Info

  1. Pelagonia
  2. Rhode (Rosas, E)
  3. Heraclia (NE of Gibraltar), Portus Menusius (NW of Cadiz). (See map p.36 of ref 53.)
  4. Olbia, Modern Nikolayev, SU nr mouth of Dnepr R (and possibly other localities along N coast of Black Sea.)
  5. Herakleia, Keiros, Tios, Sesamos, Kytoros (all on N coast of AM). (See map p.66/67 in Levi: Atlas of the Greek World.)
  6. Himera (Imera, N Sicily)
  7. Himera, NC Sicily
  8. Marathon, GR
  9. Salamis, E GR
  10. Cherson (nr Crimea)
  11. E coast of Spain
  12. Pannonia RP
  13. Skutari, Ochrid & Prilep, Maritza (Marica) R, Thessaloniki (GR), Skoplje.
  14. YU
  15. BG
  16. {BG} *{174-8}*
  17. Crimea
  18. E Thrace & Constantinople
  19. AM: Aegean coast, Bythinta area, Cappadocia, Pontus (Pontic area-- note this is in AM not N of Black Sea). See map on p.146.
  20. GR
  21. Thrace, GR
  22. Area around Thessaloniki, GR
  23. Macedonia GR
  24. N GR
  25. Around Kherson & Dnepropetrovsk
  26. CH
  27. W D
  28. Ukrainian villages nr Black Sea (Equivalent to area described in {212-17}).

References

  1. Hammond, N.G.L. 1972. A History of Macedonia. Clarendon Press, Oxford. 493 pp.
  2. Musset, L. 1975. The Germanic Invasions. Paul Elek, London. 287 pp.
  3. 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.
  4. Greece and the Persian Wars 490 to 479 B.C. 1979. pp. 74, No. 3. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  5. Altamira, Rafael. 1968. A History of Spanish Civilization. Biblo and Tannen, New York. 280 pp.
  6. Fitz, Jeno. 1980. Population. pp. 141-159. In Lengyel, A. and G.T.B. Radan (eds.), The Archaeology of Roman Pannonia. University Press of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. 506 pp. + 167 pl.
  7. Gavrilovia, Z. 1979. Jugoslawien. pp. 119-146. In Schwidetzky, I. (ed.). Rassengeschichte der Menschheit. Volume 6. R. Oldenbourg Verlag, Munich.
  8. Boev, P. and I. Schwidetzky. 1979. Rassengeschichte von Bulgarien. pp. 97-118. In Schwidetzky, I. (ed.). Rassengeschichte der Menschheit. Volume 6. R. Oldenbourg Verlag, Munich.
  9. McNeill, William H. 1964. Europe's Steppe Frontier. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. 252 pp.
  10. Tills, Don, Andrew Warlow, Jayne L. Lord, Diana Suter, Ada C. Kopea, Baruch S. Blumberg, Jana E. Hesser, and Ionna Economidov. 1983. Genetic factors in the population of Plati, Greece. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 61:145-156.
  11. Myres, J.L. 1930. Who were the Greeks? University of California Press, Berkeley. 634 pp.
  12. Movements of Peoples. 1979. pp. 265, No. 3. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  13. Jorr,, Georges. 1961. The Soviet Union. Second edition. Longmans, Green, and Co., London. 372 pp.
  14. 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.
  15. Fitzsimmons, Thomas, Peter Malof and John C. Fiske. 1960. USSR. Human Relations Area Files Inc. (HRAF Press), New Haven, Connecticut. 590 pp.