Slavs

Earliest record: 500
Last record: 1450

Language family: Slavic

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YearsAction
500550Partial migration to [1]
500600Partial migration to [2]
500650Partial migration to [3]
500805Located in
548Attacked [4]
550Partial migration to [5]
5501000Located in [5]
558559Attacked [6]
575625Located in [7]
575700Partial migration to [8]
600625Attacked [9]
600700Partial migration to [10]
6001000Located in [9]
630803Located in [11]
665Were resettled in [6]
686Were resettled in [6]
692Were resettled in [6]
700800Partial migration to [10]
7001150Located in
737Were resettled in [6]
762Were resettled in [6]
762Attacked [6]
800850Partial migration to [12]
800900Partial migration to [13]
800900Were assimilated [14]
813Were resettled in [6]
11001200Were assimilated [7]
1106Attacked [15]
11501450Were assimilated [16]
12001300Conquered [15]

Location Info

  1. Left bank Danube R from Iron Gate to its mouth.
  2. Dacia (former RP) (up to Danube R).
  3. {W boundary Tisza R; W Tisza R E to Upper Pruth R on E side of Carpathian Mts; along Pruth downstream to Leovo, E across Bessarabia to Dnestr R. Downstream along Dnestr to Black Sea. S border not stated by author but probably not quite up to modern S border of BG. (Included Pliska, Preslav, Adrianople). - Sofia, Adrianople} *{900-657}*
  4. {W boundary Tisza R; W Tisza R E to Upper Pruth R on E side of Carpathian Mts; along Pruth downstream to Leovo, E across Bessarabia to Dnestr R. Downstream along Dnestr to Black Sea. S border not stated by author but probably not quite up to modern S border of BG. (Included Pliska, Preslav, Adrianople). - Sofia, Adrianople} *{900-657}*
  5. Durrachium (Durazzo)
  6. Lower A probably up to Enns R.
  7. {Lower A probably up to Enns R.} *{4-3}*
  8. Thrace & Macedonia
  9. Vojvodina in YU
  10. Carantania which is the valley of the Drau (Drave) R in A up to Lienz, and up to the Traungau.
  11. GR, Aegaean, Crete
  12. GR, including Peloponnese
  13. Khazar empire betw Sea of Azov & Chorezm.
  14. BG
  15. Syria
  16. Bithynia, AM
  17. Antiochia, Kyrrhos
  18. W Thuringia W & S of Saale R, & NE Bavaria.
  19. {W Thuringia W & S of Saale R, & NE Bavaria.} *{13-30}*
  20. Syria along Byzantine frontier
  21. Bithynia
  22. S Thrace
  23. Lower A
  24. Istria
  25. ROM
  26. Adrianople district
  27. GR
  28. Latvia
  29. Mecklenburg, Pommerania Saxony, Thuringia, Lower & Middle Silesia.
  30. Latvia area where Yatvings were located.

References

  1. Hauptmann, Ljudmil. 1956. Die Fruehzeit der West- und Suedslawen. pp. 301-331. In Valjavec, Fritz (ed.). Historia Mundi, Vol 5. Francke Verlag, Bern, Switzerland.
  2. 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.
  3. Boev, P. and I. Schwidetzky. 1979. Rassengeschichte von Bulgarien. pp. 97-118. In Schwidetzky, I. (ed.). Rassengeschichte der Menschheit. Volume 6. R. Oldenbourg Verlag, Munich.
  4. Friesinger, H. 1978. Die Slawen in Niederoesterreich. Verlag Niederoesterreichisches Pressehaus, St. Poelten-Wien. 36 pp.
  5. Vernadsky, George. 1943. Ancient Russia. Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut. 425 pp.
  6. Vlachovic, Petar. 1979. Ethnology of Yugoslavia--General Part 1--Ethnogenesis of the Yugoslav Peoples. Part I. (In Serbo-Croat) Mimeographed lecture notes. Belgrade.
  7. Avenarius, A. 1974. Die Awaren in Europa. A.M. Hakkert B.V., Amsterdam. 284 pp.
  8. Vernadsky, G. 1956. Das fruehe Slawentum. Das Ostslawentum bis zum Mongolensturm. pp. 251-300. In Valjavec, Fritz (ed.). Historia Mundi, Vol 5. Francke Verlag, Bern, Switzerland.
  9. Vana, Zdenek. 1970. Einfuehrung in die Fruehgeschichte der Slawen. Karl Wachtholz Verlag, Neumuenster, BRD. 144 pp.
  10. de Fernandey, Michael. 1956. Die nordeurasischen Reitervoelker und der Westen bis zum Mongolensturm. pp. 175-223. In Valjavec, Fritz (ed.). Historia Mundi, Vol 5. Francke Verlag, Bern, Switzerland.
  11. Windl, Helmut (ed.). 1977. Germanen, Awaren, Slawen in Niederoesterreich. Catalogue of an exhibition of the Niederoesterreiches Landesmuseum, Vienna. 156 pp.
  12. Marusia, Branko. 1984. Das Zusammentreffen von Germanen, Romanen und Slawen in Istrien im Verlauf der Voelkerwanderungszeit. 5. CongrSs International d'?tudes du Sud-Est Europ,en. Beograd, 1984. Arch,ologie. Resum,s des rapports, co-rapports et communications. pp 56-58.
  13. Daicoviciu, C., Em. Petrovici, and Gh. Stefan. 1964. Die Entstehung des Rumaenischen Volkes und der Rumaenischen Sprache. Verlag der Akademie der Rumaenischen Volksrepublik, Bukarest. 73 pp.
  14. Rutkis, J. (ed.). 1967. Latvia, Country and People. Latvian National Foundation, Stockholm. 681 pp.
  15. Schwidetzky, I. 1979. Rassengeschichte von Deutschland. pp. 45-101. In Schwidetzky, I. (ed.). Rassengeschichte der Menschheit. Volume 7. R. Oldenbourg Verlag, Munich.