Ostrogoths

Earliest record: 240
Last record: 1700

Language family: Germanic

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YearsAction
240362Located in [1]
362Conquered [2]
362376Located in
376378Partial migration to [3]
376378Located in
376600Located in [2]
3761700Located in
378Partial migration to
378Migrated to
378455Located in
378470Located in [4]
451Attacked [1]
457474Attacked [5]
470488Wandering in [6]
489493Migrated to [1]
489552Located in [6]
500Partial migration to
500530Located in [7]
504Conquered [8]
504552Located in

Location Info

  1. {NW of Black Sea State between Carpathians, Don R, Vistula R, Sea of Azov, centered on lower Dnepr R.} *{900-489}* See reference 1 for exact border between Terwingians (W. Goths) and Greuthungi (E. Goths).
  2. Kingdom of the Bosporus (Cherson, Panticapaeum). This is not the Bosporus at Constantinople but that closing off Sea of Azov.
  3. {Kingdom of the Bosporus (Cherson, Panticapaeum). This is not the Bosporus at Constantinople but that closing off Sea of Azov.} + {NW of Black Sea State between Carpathians, Don R, Vistula R, Sea of Azov, centered on lower Dnepr R. See reference 1 for exact border between Terwingians (W. Goths) and Greuthungi (E. Goths).} *{234-54} + {1-24}*
  4. Region around and N of Durostorum (Silistra, BG), N bank of lower Danube R.
  5. {Region around and N of Durostorum (Silistra, BG), N bank of lower Danube R.} *{8-4}*
  6. Malorosa on Taman peninsula
  7. Crimea
  8. Pannonia I RP
  9. Balkans
  10. {Balkans} *{900-494}*
  11. Pannonia Prima RP
  12. Gaul
  13. Thracia & Moesia inf RP The newly reorganized (284-305) Diocese Thracia. See ref 40, fig 22.
  14. East Roman Empire advancing along the Moldava-Vardar corridor, threatening Salonica & Adrianople. Crossed RP Moesia, Macedonia, Epirus & Dacia ripensis.
  15. I (Modern Lombardy, Venetia, Tuscany, the so-called Marks, especially the fortress of Osimo S of Ancona, Dalmatia. Not in Alps or Lower Italy.)
  16. {I (Modern Lombardy, Venetia, Tuscany, the so-called Marks, especially the fortress of Osimo S of Ancona, Dalmatia. Not in Alps or Lower Italy.)} *{1-44}*
  17. {Swiss part of Raetia (RP)} *{178- 11}*
  18. Swiss part of Raetia (RP)
  19. Pannonia II RP later Sirmia & Slavonia. Betw. Danube, Drave & Save RR.
  20. {Pannonia II RP later Sirmia & Slavonia. Betw. Danube, Drave & Save RR.} *{124-7}*

References

  1. Wolfram, H. 1983. Geschichte der Goten. Verlag C.H. Beck, Muenchen. 295 pp.
  2. Vernadsky, George. 1943. Ancient Russia. Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut. 425 pp.
  3. Maenchen-Helfen, J.O. 1973. The World of the Huns. University of California Press, Berkeley. 602 pp.
  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. Wiesner, Joseph. 1963. Die Thraker. W. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart, W. Germany. 256 pp + 12 pl.
  6. Musset, L. 1975. The Germanic Invasions. Paul Elek, London. 287 pp.
  7. Sauter, Marc-R. 1979. Histoire raciale de la Suisse. pp. 7-43. In Schwidetzky, I. (ed.). Rassengeschichte der Menschheit. Volume 7. R. Oldenbourg Verlag, Munich.