Slavs

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Slavic Settlement Of The Eastern Alps - Slavs and The Aboriginal Population
... After settling in the Eastern Alps region, Slavs subsequently subjugated the aboriginal Romanised population which had dwelt in the territory of the former Noricum province ... Many aborigines were enslaved by the Slavs (an old Slavic term for slaves was krščenik, meaning a Christian, as the aborigines were Christians), some, however, assimilated with Slavs and ... Slavs referred to the Romanised aborigines as Vlahi or Lahi ...
Creation Of Yugoslavia - Origins of The Idea
... also Illyrian Movement The first idea of a state for all South Slavs emerged in the late 17th century, a product of visionary thinking of Croat writers and philosophers ... of 1848 and the policies against freedom movements of southern Slavs ... all costs and a common state of all South Slavs forged ...
Sclaveni - History
... Bayan I sent an embassy, asking Daurentius and his Slavs to accept Avar suzerainty and pay tribute, because the Avars knew that the Slavs had amassed great wealth ... In 577 some 100,000 Slavs poured into Thrace and Illyricum, pillaging cities and settling down ... By the 580s, as the Slav communities on the Danube became larger and more organised, and as the Avars exerted their influence, raids became larger and resulted in permanent ...
Slavic Settlement Of The Eastern Alps - Phases of The Settlement
... the Avars, who at that time were the overlords of Slavs ... In 588 the Slavs reached the area of the Upper Sava River and in 591 they arrived to the Upper Drava region where they soon fought with the Bavarians ... Between 599-600 the Slavs pushed through Istria and the Karst region towards Italy ...
Early Slavs
... The early Slavs were a diverse group of tribal societies during the Migration period and early medieval Europe (ca ... The first mention of the name Slavs dates to the 6th century, by which time the Slavic tribes inhabited a vast area of central-eastern Europe ... Over the following two centuries, the Slavs expanded further, towards the Balkans and the Alps in the south and west, and the Volga in the north and east ...