Turks

Earliest record: 1200
Last record: 1970

Language family: Turcic

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YearsAction
12001300Partial migration to
12001970Located in [1]
13071309Partial migration to [2]
13541365Conquered [3]
13541885Located in
13541970Located in
13711430Conquered [4]
13711913Located in
1389Conquered [5]
13891817Located in
13891878Located in
1393Conquered [5]
13931878Located in
1396Attacked [5]
1396Conquered [5]
13961829Located in
14131451Conquered [5]
14131830Located in
14131912Located in
1453Conquered [1]
1453Conquered
14531699Located in
14531970Located in
1455Conquered [5]
14551829Located in
1456Attacked [5]
14631480Conquered [5]
14631501Conquered [3]
14631699Located in
14631783Located in
14631830Located in
14631878Located in
1474Conquered [1]
14741970Located in
1484Conquered [5]
14841829Located in
15201566Conquered [6]
15201699Located in
1521Conquered [6]
15211817Located in
1522Conquered [6]
15221912Located in
1526Conquered [1]
15261699Located in
1529Attacked [6]
1532Attacked [6]
1537Naval attack [6]
1537Naval attack [6]
1538Attacked [6]
1538Conquered [6]
1543Naval attack [6]
1565Naval attack [6]
1569Attacked [7]
1571Conquered [3]
15711878Located in
16451669Conquered [7]
16451898Located in
16771680Attacked [7]
16771680Conquered [7]
16771699Located in
1683Attacked [8]
1719Conquered
17191830Located in
19131939Were resettled in [9]
19131939Were resettled in [9]
19191924Were resettled in [9]
19191924Were resettled in [9]
19451970Partial migration to
19451970Partial migration to

Location Info

  1. {AM (minus Cilicia)} *{130-8}*
  2. AM (minus Cilicia)
  3. Athens (Duchy of) GR
  4. Gallipoli, Philippople (Plovdiv, BG), Adrianople (Edirne, TR).
  5. Plovdiv (incl. all of E Rumelia) (see Putzger p. 97, map II). *1/3 of {149-44}*
  6. Gallipoli, Adrianople (Edirne, TR). *2/3 of {149-44}*
  7. Macedonia
  8. {Macedonia} *{51-142}*
  9. Serbia
  10. N Serbia (see Putzger p.97, map I.)
  11. S Serbia (see Putzger p.97, map I.)
  12. BG
  13. BG (northern portion. See Putzger p.97, map I).
  14. Area around Nicopolis, N BG, NW of Varna.
  15. Area between Carpathian Mts & E coast R (Wallachia).
  16. Wallachia
  17. Coastal GR (except for Peloponnese), coastal Albania E to Elbasan, E across into S YU, & NE to Nis, YU. (See map 1, p.139, Times Atlas.)
  18. Coastal Greece
  19. Albania
  20. Constantinople
  21. Peloponnese (syn. Morea)
  22. {Peloponnese (syn. Morea)} *{900- 436}*
  23. {Constantinople} *{130-16}*
  24. E Carpathian Mts to Crimea (Bogdan = Moldavia).
  25. Moldavia
  26. Belgrade, YU
  27. Bosnia, Herzegovina
  28. Coastal Dalmatia, Negroponte (Euboia), Kaffa and other places around Straights of Kerc (Crimea), Scutari (Shkoder, Alb.)
  29. Coastal Dalmatia
  30. Crimea
  31. Euboia
  32. Bosnia-Herzegovina
  33. Cilicia
  34. {Cilicia} *{130-18}*
  35. Kilija (Danube delta), S SU & Akkerman, around present day Belgorod Dnestrovskij, on Dnestr & Black Sea.
  36. {Kilija (Danube delta), S SU & Akkerman, around present day Belgorod Dnestrovskij, on Dnestr & Black Sea.} *{338-22}*
  37. Transylvania
  38. {Transylvania} *{342-18}*
  39. Belgrade, YU
  40. Belgrade
  41. Rhodes
  42. {Rhodes} *{342-10}*
  43. H (includes Slavonija in N YU)
  44. {H (includes Slavonija in N YU)} *{130-22}*
  45. Vienna, A
  46. Guens (Koezeg), (H border w/A)
  47. Corfu (W coast GR)
  48. Otranto, SE I ('heel')
  49. Moldavia, via Adrianople, BG Silistria, R & Jassy, Moldavia.
  50. Bender, just N of Black Sea S SU
  51. Reggio, SW I ('toe')
  52. Malta
  53. Pontic area (N of Black Sea) up to Astrakhan.
  54. Cyprus
  55. {Cyprus} *{149-54}*
  56. Crete
  57. {Crete} *{50-17}*
  58. Ukraine (except for Crimea).
  59. Podolia (see map p.65, Putzger).
  60. {Podolia (see map p.65, Putzger).} *{50-20}*
  61. Vienna, A
  62. {Peloponnese (syn. Morea)} *{900- 436}*
  63. {Peloponnese (syn. Morea)} *{900- 436}*
  64. TR
  65. TR
  66. TR
  67. TR
  68. CH
  69. W D

References

  1. Randa, Alexander (ed.). 1958. Die Tuerkensultanate. pp. 1039-1090. In Handbuch der Weltgeschichte, 2nd edition. Walter Verlag, Olten, Switzerland.
  2. Livermore, Harold. 1958. A History of Spain. Grove Press, New York. 478 pp.
  3. Hoesch, Edgar. 1968. Geschichte der Balkanlaender. W. Kohlhammer Verlag, Stuttgart. 160 pp.
  4. Vlachovic, Petar. 1979. Ethnology of Yugoslavia--General Part 1--Ethnogenesis of the Yugoslav Peoples. Part I. (In Serbo-Croat) Mimeographed lecture notes. Belgrade.
  5. The Ottoman Advance. 1979. pp. 139, No. 1. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  6. The Resurgence of Muslim Power. 1979. pp. 170-171, No. 1. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  7. McNeill, William H. 1964. Europe's Steppe Frontier. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. 252 pp.
  8. Siege of Vienna. 1979. pp. 197, No. 2. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  9. Movements of Peoples. 1979. pp. 265, No. 3. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.