Phrygians

Earliest record: -1500
Last record: -600

Language family: Thraco-Phrygian

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YearsAction
-1500-1080Located in
-1190-1150Expanded to [1]
-1160-1130Settled in [1]
-1100-800Partial migration to
-1100-681Located in
-1080Contracted from [1]
-1080-600Located in
-800-600Located in

Location Info

  1. Macedonia, Thrace
  2. C Albania, Epirus, W coastal plain of Macedonia.
  3. Troad (area around Troy)
  4. AM from ancient Keramon Agora, S to ancient Sagalassus, betw modern Eskisehir & Afyon Karahisar, E nr ancient Gordion and modern Ankara, Bogazkoey, Pazarli, Alisar, Alaca, Kueltepe.
  5. {AM from ancient Keramon Agora, S to ancient Sagalassus, betw modern Eskisehir & Afyon Karahisar, E nr ancient Gordion and modern Ankara, Bogazkoey, Pazarli, Alisar, Alaca, Kueltepe} *{900-256}*
  6. Macedonia, Thrace E of Vardar R but not Propontic Thrace (E Thrace nr Hellespont), Sea of Marmara (both coasts).
  7. {Macedonia, Thrace} - {Macedonia, Thrace E of Vardar R but not Propontic Thrace (E Thrace nr Hellespont), Sea of Marmara (both coasts).} *{900-255} - {47-49}*
  8. Propontic Thrace (E Thrace nr Hellespont), Sea of Marmara (both coasts).

References

  1. Hammond, N.G.L. 1972. A History of Macedonia. Clarendon Press, Oxford. 493 pp.