Illyrians

Earliest record: -1200
Last record: 1100

Language family: Illyrian

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YearsAction
-1200-300Located in
-1000Expanded to [1]
-1000-800Located in
-1000-800Expanded to [2]
-1000-500Located in
-800-750Settled in [3]
-800-700Were assimilated
-800-700Conquered [4]
-800-550Located in
-700Partial migration to [5]
-390Partial migration to [6]
-359Attacked [1]
-300Settled in
50150Were resettled in [5]
400600Were assimilated [7]
5001000Were assimilated [7]
600800Were assimilated [7]
600800Were assimilated [7]
10001100Were assimilated [8]

Location Info

  1. {Betw Epirus & Cetina R & defined inland by Neretva R & the mouth of its tributary, the Rama, & from the area by the watershed of the Neretva & Bosna RR. + From mouth of Cetina to mouth of Krka R, incl W & S Bosnia & Lika plain.} *{900- 341}*
  2. W Macedonia
  3. {W Macedonia} *{23-5}*
  4. Epirus (NW GR, S of Albania)
  5. {Epirus (NW GR, S of Albania)} *{163-2}*
  6. Basarabi, Balta Verde both in Oltenia. (See map in ref.)
  7. {W Macedonia} *{23-5}*
  8. C Epirus, coastal plain of Malakaster, also Upper & Lower Macedonia, Middle Strymon RV.
  9. {Basarabi, Balta Verde both in Oltenia. (See map in ref 113.)} *{113-3}*
  10. Bregalnica R (E Macedonia, YU), Chalcidice (GR).
  11. Area of the Triballi See ref 40, fig 1.
  12. Macedonia
  13. Greek cities in YU & Albania. [These are Korcula (Curzola), Vis (Lissa), Hvar (Lesina), Trogir, Apollonia, and Durres (Durazzo) acc/to Bosi: Die Staedte der Griechen.]
  14. Munti Zlatna, Transilvania, Dacia RP.
  15. Croatia
  16. Macedonia (YU, GR)
  17. Serbia
  18. Montenegro
  19. Macedonia

References

  1. Miltner, Franz. 1954. Mazedoniens Aufstieg zur Weltmacht. pp 271-304. In Valjavec, Fritz (ed.). Historia Mundi. Vol. 3. Francke, Bern, Switzerland.
  2. Crossland, R.A. 1982. Linguistic problems of the Balkan area in late prehistoric and early classical periods. pp. 834-849. 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. Daicoviciu, Hadrian. 1971. Dacia and the Daco-Getae. pp. 65-78. In The Illyrians and Dacians. Catalogue of an exhibition. National Museum, Belgrade. 215 pp. + 32 pl.
  4. Hammond, N.L.G. 1982. Illyris, Epirus, and Macedonia in the early Iron Age. pp. 619-656. 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.
  5. Garasanin, Draga. 1971. The Illyrians. pp. 33-47. In The Illyrians and Dacians. Catalogue of an exhibition. National Museum, Belgrade. 215 pp. + 32 pl.
  6. Wiesner, Joseph. 1963. Die Thraker. W. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart, W. Germany. 256 pp + 12 pl.
  7. Vukanovia, Tatomir. 1974. L'EthnogenSse des Slaves du Sud. [Serbo-Croat with French summary] Bulletin du Mus,e de Vranje 10:1-370 + 37 pl.
  8. Vlachovic, Petar. 1979. Ethnology of Yugoslavia--General Part 1--Ethnogenesis of the Yugoslav Peoples. Part I. (In Serbo-Croat) Mimeographed lecture notes. Belgrade.