- Buzhans, (alternatively identified as West Slavs)
- Dregovichs same with Draguvites, ancestors of Belarusians
- Drevlyans, ancestors of Ukrainians and Belarusians
- Dulebes, ancestors of Belarusians
- Goryuns, modern ethnic group within Russia
- Ilmen Slavs, ancestors of Russians
- Krivichs, ancestors of Russians and Belarusians
- Novgorod Slovenians, ancestors of Russians
- Polans (eastern), ancestors of Ukrainians
- Polochans, ancestors of Belarusians
- Radimichs, ancestors of Russians (reported as Lekhitic tribe)
- Severians (also South-Slavic), ancestors of Russians
- Tivertsi, conquered by the Volhynians, and then by the Varangians, ancestors of Ukrainians and Romanians
- Ulichs, conquered by the Volhynians, and then by the Varangians, ancestors of Ukrainians and Romanians
- Volhynians, conquered by the Varangians, ancestors of Ukrainians, and the Ruthenians
- Vyatichs, ancestors of Russians (reported as Lekhitic tribe)
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