Vjatice

Earliest record: 600
Last record: 1300

Language family: Slavic

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YearsAction
600800Located in [1]
800Expanded to
800900Located in
9001000Contracted from
9001300Located in

Location Info

  1. Upper Oka R SU, extending E to Borshevo. (See Vana, World of Ancient Slavs, 1983, p.46.)
  2. S part of Oka RV & upper Don region, covering the territory of Orel, Kaluga, Tula & Rjazan. + Left bank Oka R up to Cernigov area & right tributaries of Oka R. Along their S border they fuse with the Severjane.
  3. {S part of Oka RV & upper Don region, covering the territory of Orel, Kaluga, Tula & Rjazan. + Left bank Oka R up to Cernigov area & right tributaries of Oka R. Along their S border they fuse with the Severjane.} + {Upper Oka R SU, extending E to Borshevo. (See Vana, World of Ancient Slavs, 1983, p.46.)} *{900- 755} + {301-2}*
  4. {S part of Oka RV & upper Don region, covering the territory of Orel, Kaluga, Tula & Rjazan. + Left bank Oka R up to Cernigov area & right tributaries of Oka R. Along their S border they fuse with the Severjane. + Upper Oka R SU, extending E to Borshevo. (See Vana, World of Ancient Slavs, 1983, p.46.)} - Rjazan area (SU). *{900-756} - {900-758}*
  5. Rjazan area (SU)

References

  1. Slovane Do VII. Stoleti. Slovane a Velka Morava. 1965. IIIa. In Atlas Ceskoslovenskych, Dejin. USGK. Prague.