Sarmatians

Earliest record: -700
Last record: 1000

Language family: Iranian

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YearsAction
-700-400Located in
-400-300Conquered
-400-150Located in
-150Conquered
-150300Located in [1]
-100300Conquered [2]
236Attacked [3]
300Expanded to
300Contracted from
300500Located in [4]
300568Located in
324337Were resettled in [5]
332Attacked [6]
332Were resettled in [6]
356Attacked [6]
374Attacked [7]
5001000Located in [8]
568Partial migration to [7]

Location Info

  1. S SU, around lower Volga R, see map 18a (37a); 'Archeologicky Atlas Evropy A Ceskoslovenska'.
  2. Russian steppes E of Don R
  3. {S SU, around lower Volga R, see map 18a (37a); 'Archeologicky Atlas Evropy A Ceskoslovenska'.} + {Russian steppes E of Don R} *{900- 235} + {900-236}*
  4. {S & E SU & E R, betw Siret and Urals, see map 20a (19); 'Archeologicky Atlas Evropy A Ceskoslovenska'. (See areas {900- 237} + {900-238}.)} *{389-18}*
  5. S & E SU & E R, betw Siret and Urals, see map 20a (19); 'Archeologicky Atlas Evropy A Ceskoslovenska'. (See areas {900- 237} + {900-238}.)
  6. ROM
  7. Mid Danube R area
  8. Alfoeld (between Danube & Tisza RR.)
  9. {S & E SU & E R, betw Siret and Urals, see map 20a (19); 'Archeologicky Atlas Evropy A Ceskoslovenska'. (See areas {900- 237} + {900-238}.)} - {S SU, see map 22a (4); 'Archeologicky Atlas Evropy A Ceskoslovenska'. (Same as {389-18}, but contracted from N of the Psol R.)} *{389-18} - {391-2}*
  10. S SU, see map 22a (4); 'Archeologicky Atlas Evropy A Ceskoslovenska'. (Same as {389- 18}, but contracted from N of the Psol R.)
  11. {Alfoeld (between Danube & Tisza RR.)} *{900-239}*
  12. Scythia & Moesia II These are newly (284-305) reorganized RP within the Diocese Thracia. See ref 40, fig 22 for location.
  13. Pannonia RP
  14. I; Balkans
  15. Pannonia RP & Upper Moesia RP
  16. S Pannonia
  17. Lower course Volga
  18. N I

References

  1. Mladsi Doba Zelezna, Obdobi Latenske (Mladsi), 150-50 pr. n. l. 1979. pp. 46-47. Mapa 20a: In Buchvaldek, M., K. Godlowski, J. Bouzek, and J. Slama (eds.). Archeologicky Atlas Evropy Ceskoslovenska. Univerzita Karlova, Prague, 134 pp.
  2. Necrasov, Olga. 1979. Structure anthropologique des populations anciennes et r,centes de la R.S. Roumanie. pp. 51-96. In Schwidetzky, I. (ed.). Rassengeschichte der Menschheit. Volume 6. R. Oldenbourg Verlag, Munich.
  3. Laser, Rudolf. 1983. Roemisch-germanische Beziehungen im 3. Jarhundert. pp. 32-56. In Krueger, Bruno (ed.) Die Germanen. Vol. 2. Akademie-Verlag, Berlin.
  4. Doba Rimska, 300-400 n. l. 1979. pp. 50-51. Mapa 22a: In Buchvaldek, M., K. Godlowski, J. Bouzek, and J. Slama (eds.). Archeologicky Atlas Evropy Ceskoslovenska. Univerzita Karlova, Prague, 134 pp.
  5. Wiesner, Joseph. 1963. Die Thraker. W. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart, W. Germany. 256 pp + 12 pl.
  6. 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.
  7. Windl, Helmut (ed.). 1977. Germanen, Awaren, Slawen in Niederoesterreich. Catalogue of an exhibition of the Niederoesterreiches Landesmuseum, Vienna. 156 pp.
  8. Bunak, Victor V. 1976. Rassengeschichte Osteuropas. pp. 7-101. In Schwidetzky, I. (ed.). Rassengeschichte der Menschheit. Volume 4. R. Oldenbourg Verlag, Munich.