Proto-Balts

Earliest record: -2200
Last record: -1300

Language family: Baltic

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YearsAction
-2200Migrated to
-2200-1300Located in
-1900-1700Were assimilated [1]

Location Info

  1. Shores of Baltic, Byelorussia greater Russia. Along Baltic up to SW SF. To middle & upper Dnepr, upper Volga, & Oka RR. + {C Russia (maps 12a(x) & 14a(26), CS Atlas).} *(38-1) + {172-37}*
  2. Shores of Baltic, Byelorussia greater Russia. Along Baltic up to SW SF. To middle & upper Dnepr, upper Volga, & Oka RR. See fig 10 xerox in ref 38. - [ {C Russia (maps 12a(x) & & 14a(26), CS Atlas)} + {Along Belaja R as far as S Ural Mts.} + {E along Volga R & its tributaries, lower Oka, Sura, lower Vjatka, lower Kama RR.}] *(38-3) - [{172-37} + {38-10}* * + {38-9}] *
  3. N limit from Lithuania to upper Volga. Shores of Baltic, Byelorussia, greater Russia. Along Baltic up to SW SF. To middle & upper Dnepr, upper Volga & Oka RR.

References

  1. Gimbutas, Marija. 1963. The Balts. Thames and Hudson, London. 286 pp.