Italians

Earliest record: 476
Last record: 1970

Language family: Italic

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YearsAction
4761970Located in
1016Conquered [1]
1050Conquered [1]
1063Naval attack [1]
1115Attacked [1]
1143Conquered [1]
1147Attacked [2]
1266Settled in [3]
12661380Located in
1580Attacked
19181921Attacked [4]
19221939Partial migration to [5]
1945Partial migration to [6]
19451970Partial migration to [6]

Location Info

  1. Italic speaking areas of I & CH
  2. Corsica
  3. Sardinia
  4. Palermo, Sicily
  5. Balearic Islands, Mediterranean Sea.
  6. Balearic Islands, Mediterranean Sea.
  7. Almeria
  8. Kaffa (= mod Feodosija, Crimea)
  9. {Kaffa (= mod Feodosija, Crimea)} *{129-55}*
  10. County Kerry, Ireland
  11. Murmansk & Karelia, N SU
  12. F
  13. W D
  14. CH

References

  1. The Reconquest of the Meditteranean. 1979. pp. 120-121, No. 2. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  2. 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.
  3. Randa, Alexander (ed.). 1958. Steppenvoelkerkreis. pp. 341-388. In Handbuch der Weltgeschichte, 2nd edition. Walter Verlag, Olten, Switzerland.
  4. 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.
  5. Movements of Peoples. 1979. pp. 265, No. 3. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  6. 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.