Huns

Earliest record: 200
Last record: 800

Language family: Turcic-Mongolian

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YearsAction
200300Wandering in [1]
300370Conquered [2]
300370Located in
370376Partial migration to [2]
370433Located in
374Conquered [3]
376379Partial migration to [4]
377Attacked [5]
384Attacked [2]
395Attacked [2]
400Attacked [6]
408Attacked [2]
433Migrated to
433454Located in [7]
440447Conquered [2]
441447Attacked [8]
451Attacked [2]
452Attacked [2]
454Contracted from
454Contracted from
454470Located in [2]
454470Located in
457474Attacked [8]
460Partial migration to [9]
460552Located in
552568Partial migration to [9]
552796Were assimilated [9]
552800Were assimilated

Location Info

  1. S Russian steppes
  2. Lower Don R
  3. {S Russian steppes} + {Lower Don R} *{169-46} + {8-1}*
  4. S Russia up to lower Danube
  5. {S Russian steppes + Lower Don R} + {S Russia up to lower Danube} *{900-359} + {8-2}*
  6. Kuban & Terek RR area (N of Caucasus).
  7. Betw Danube & Tisza RR
  8. Crimea (crossing frozen Straits of Kerch from Caucasian to Crimean side of Sea of Azov).
  9. RPP Noricum & Raetia
  10. Asia crossed Don R at mouth, turned SE, broke through Caucasus into Persia & RPP S & SW of Armenia. Attacked Mesopotamia, Asia Minor, Syria.
  11. Silesia nr Moravian Gate, upper Oder & Vistula RR.
  12. Thrace and Moesia RPP
  13. H and R (excluding Valachia)
  14. {H and R (excluding Valachia)} *{900-361}*
  15. W Balkans into Illyria, took Margus (in Morava Valley), Naissus (Nis, YU), Singidunum, Sirmium, broke into Thrace.
  16. Thracia & Moesia inf RP The newly reorganized (284-305) Diocese Thracia. See ref 40, fig 22.
  17. Gaul
  18. I coming via modern YU, attacking Aquileia (Roman seaport E of Venice). Broke into Po R Valley, devastated RP Aemilia, took Milan & Pavia.
  19. {H and R (excluding Valachia)} - {RP Dacia Ripensis} *{900-361} - {8-15}* *
  20. {H and R (excluding Valachia)} - {Dobrogea} *{900-361} - {900-362}*
  21. RP Dacia Ripensis
  22. Dobrogea
  23. Thracia & Moesia inf RP The newly reorganized (284-305) Diocese Thracia. See ref 40, fig 22.
  24. S Russian steppes
  25. {S Russian steppes} *{31-1}*
  26. Pannonia
  27. Pannonia
  28. {S Russian steppes} *{31-1}*

References

  1. Bunak, Victor V. 1976. Rassengeschichte Osteuropas. pp. 7-101. In Schwidetzky, I. (ed.). Rassengeschichte der Menschheit. Volume 4. R. Oldenbourg Verlag, Munich.
  2. Maenchen-Helfen, J.O. 1973. The World of the Huns. University of California Press, Berkeley. 602 pp.
  3. Randa, Alexander (ed.). 1958. Steppenvoelkerkreis. pp. 341-388. In Handbuch der Weltgeschichte, 2nd edition. Walter Verlag, Olten, Switzerland.
  4. Bark›czi, L˙szl›. 1980. History of Pannonia. pp. 85-124. In Lengyel, A. and G.T.B. Radan (eds.), The Archaeology of Roman Pannonia. University Press of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. 506 pp. + 167 pl.
  5. Vernadsky, George. 1943. Ancient Russia. Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut. 425 pp.
  6. Vana, Zdenek. 1970. Einfuehrung in die Fruehgeschichte der Slawen. Karl Wachtholz Verlag, Neumuenster, BRD. 144 pp.
  7. Musset, L. 1975. The Germanic Invasions. Paul Elek, London. 287 pp.
  8. Wiesner, Joseph. 1963. Die Thraker. W. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart, W. Germany. 256 pp + 12 pl.
  9. de Fernandey, Michael. 1956. Die nordeurasischen Reitervoelker und der Westen bis zum Mongolensturm. pp. 175-223. In Valjavec, Fritz (ed.). Historia Mundi, Vol 5. Francke Verlag, Bern, Switzerland.