Luvians

Earliest record: -2300
Last record: -1300

Language family: Anatolian

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YearsAction
-2300Migrated to [1]
-2300-1940Located in
-1940Expanded to [2]
-1940-1600Located in
-1900Settled in [3]
-1900-1500Located in
-1600Expanded to
-1600-1300Located in

Location Info

  1. Balikesir Plain, AM, See map 1 SW AM, Konya Plain, Cilicia, Eskisehir-Ankara area.
  2. {Balikesir Plain, AM, See map 1 SW AM, Konya Plain, Cilicia, Eskisehir-Ankara area.} *{216-20}*
  3. AM (that part called Cappadocia in Hellenistic times).
  4. {Balikesir Plain, AM, See map 1 SW AM, Konya Plain, Cilicia, Eskisehir-Ankara area.} +{AM (that part called Cappadocia in Hellenistic times).} *{900-208} + {218-3}*
  5. Crete (E&C)
  6. {Crete (E&C)} *{123-3}*
  7. SW Khatti
  8. {Balikesir Plain, AM, See map 1 SW AM, Konya Plain, Cilicia, Eskisehir-Ankara area. + AM (that part called Cappadocia in Hellenistic times).} + {SW Khatti.} *{900-209} + {900-207}*

References

  1. Mellaart, J. 1962. Anatolia c. 4000-2300 B.C. pp. 1-53. In Edwards, I.E.S., C.J. Gadd, and N.G.L. Hammond (eds.). The Cambridge Ancient History. Volume 1, Chapter 18. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  2. Lewy, Hildegard. 1965. Anatolia in the Old Assyrian period. pp. 1-29. In Edwards, I.E.S., C.J. Gadd, and N.G.L. Hammond (eds.). The Cambridge Ancient History. Volume 1, Chapter 24 (7-10). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  3. Boev, Peter. 1972. Die Rassentypen der Balkanhalbinsel und der Ostaegaeischen Inselwelt und deren Bedeutung fuer die Herkunft ihrer Bevoelkerung. Verlag der Bulgarischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Sofia. > 264 pp. 124. Bona, Istvan. 1976. Der Anbruch des Mittelalters. Corvina Verlag, Budapest. 124 pp. + 81 pl.