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000s Goths settle Gothiscandza & shape Wielbark culture.
 
Burgundian Tribe 200s - 390 ?
 
Silingi Vandal Tribe in Silesia 120 BC - 271 AD 391
 
 
 
Silingi Vandals in Dacia & Pannonia 271 - 406 135
 
 
 
Bosporan Kingdom Ukraine Turkey 68 - 341 273
 
Hunnic Empire
 
 
 
 
 
K. Khazaria 448 -
 
P. Onoguria 463 -
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000s Goths settle in northern Poland, which they called Gothiscandza, & shape Wielbark culture.

285 Battle of Margus
Burgundian Tribe
200s - 390 ?
300 - 90 90 @Vistula River, Poland
390s Moved from Vistula river, Poland to lower Rhine after being defeated by Gepids.
 
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Silingi Vandal Tribe in Silesia
120 BC - 271 AD 391
120 BC - 271 AD 391 In Silesia
Silingi Vandal Tribe in Silesia
120 BC - 271 AD 391
120 BC - 271 AD 391 In Silesia
179 Trenčín Castle
Silingi Vandal Tribe in Silesia
120 BC - 271 AD 391
120 BC - 271 AD 391 In Silesia
271 Romans protect against them & they move to Dacia & Pannonia (Hungary)
   
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50100 Celemantia
1300s Gerulata City Slovakia
   
400s Heavy plow in use in Slavic lands
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41 - 54 13 Aquincum Founded by Rome
106 Aquincum Amphitheater Hungary
41 Aquincum Bathhouse Hungary Founded as Camp
Silingi Vandal Tribe in
Dacia & Pannonia

271 - 406 135
271 Romans protect against them & they move to Dacia & Pannonia (Hungary)
Silingi Vandal Tribe in
Dacia & Pannonia

271 - 406 135
120 BC - 271 AD 391 Silesia
271 - 406 135 Dacia, Pannonia (Hungary)
? - 335 ? Wisimar
335 - 59 24 ?
359 - 406 47 Godigisel
Silingi Vandal Tribe in
Dacia & Pannonia

271 - 406 135
120 BC - 271 AD 391 Silesia
271 - 406 135 Dacia, Pannonia (Hungary)
359 - 406 47 Godigisel
406 They move into France & fight Franks
     
Hunnic Empire
370 - 469
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350 turkicspeaking Huns move west towards Europe, settling in plains between Ural & Carpathian mountains
370 Huns invade Europe from Central Asian steppe.
376 Visigoths appear on Danube & are allowed entry into Roman Empire in their flight from Huns.
376 - 8 2 Balambér aka Bülümer (Bulümar, Balamir), conqueror of Ostrogoths
378 - 90 12 Baltazár aka Alypbi, Khan of Western Huns buried on Kuyantau mountain (current Kiev)
390 - 411 21 Uldin aka Ulduz, Khan of Western Huns
382 - 412 30 Donatus, Khan of Eastern Huns
Hunnic Empire
370 - 469 199
411 - 22 11 Charaton aka Aksungur (Aksuvar
425 - 30 5 Octar aka Oktar (Uptar ?
432 - 4 2 Rugila aka Ruga (Rua, Roila), Yabgu (prince), then Khagan
433 immense empire of Huns, under Attila & Bleda, ravaged Europe, sacking & pillaging over 70 cities.
390 - 434 44 Mundzuk aka Aybat, Yabgu Khagan (434)
434 - 45 11 Bleda, Khagan & ruler of Eastern Huns (Ak Bulgar)
434 - 53 11 Attila Hun (405 53 48) , Yabgu of Western Huns (Kara Bulgar) Khagan (445–453)
Attila 1954 2001 
Sign of Pagan 1954
451 Battle of Chalons Huns under Attila facing Romans & Visigoths are defeated in the
453 Death of Attila. Hunnic Empire is divided between his sons.
453 - 4 1 Ellac aka Ellak, Khagan & ruler of Sabirs
454 Battle of Nedao Germanic tribes destroy main Hunnic army & throw off Hunnic domination.
454 - 68 14 Dengizich aka Tengiz (Diggiz), ruler of Akatziroi,
455 - 65 11 Ernakh aka BelKermek (Hernach), ruler of Bulgars & Akatziroi (469–503)
469 Death of Dengizich, last Khan of Hunnic Empire.
   
Roman Province of
Pannonia Prima

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@ Savaria, Hungary
Hungary, Austria, Croatia, Slovenia, Slovakia
Roman Province of
Pannonia Prima

296 - 400s 150s
@ Savaria, Hungary
Hungary, Austria, Croatia, Slovenia, Slovakia
Roman Province of
Pannonia Prima

296 - 400s 150s
@ Savaria, Hungary
Hungary, Austria, Croatia, Slovenia, Slovakia
   
Roman Province of
Pannonia Valeria

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@ Sopianae, Hungary
Hungary & Croatia
Roman Province of
Pannonia Valeria

296 - 400s 150s
@ Sopianae, Hungary
Hungary & Croatia
Roman Province of
Pannonia Valeria

296 - 400s 150s
@ Sopianae, Hungary
Hungary & Croatia
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200s Goths move from Gothiscandza to Ukraine, giving birth to Chernyakhov culture.
Greuthungi Amali dynasty, Amals, Amaler, or Amalings of Greuthungi ("steppe dwellers" or "people of pebbly coasts"), called later Ostrogothi.
Amal (Amala), Fortunate, born fl. 110 or ca. 123
Hisarna, (Isarna), Iron One, born fl. 140 or ca. 153
Ostrogotha, Patient, born fl. 170 or ca. 183, died ca. 250 in Ukraine
Migration period
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In Eastern Europe The Great Migration Period kicked off with descent of Goths from Baltic region into Ukraine, about AD 200. They either took over or assimilated with local Slavic tribes. Goths were in turn pushed out by aggressively encroaching Huns, about 375. Goths went on to conquer Southern Europe & Huns moved to Balkans & created a Hunnic Empire which lasted for a hundred years. After splitting of Empire, some of Huns moved back north in territories of Ukraine & formed Patria Onoguria, now known as Old Great Bulgaria. In 7th century Onoguria largely defected to Khazaria – an expanding Turkic state centered in North Caucuses which controlled Eurasian steppe until 9th century. Gothic rulers 238 Goths for first time passed Danube, & took to Black Sea. division of Goths (ThervingiVesi & GreuthungiOstrogothi) is first attested in 291.
Tervingi Balti dynasty, Balth(e)s, Baltungs, or Balthings, existed among Tervingi ("forest people"), called later Visigothi. names of Drevlyans & Gothic Tervingi in Ukraine have often been adduced as parallels to agacari ("forest men" in Turkic). 218 49 31 Nidad, reik ("ruler")
249 73 24 Ovida, ^ Nidad, coruler
Cniva aka Kniwa ("knife"), brother of Ovida, coruler
273 317 44 Ilderic aka Hilderith, ^ Ovida, coruler
Greuthungi
Hunuil ("Immune to Magic") aka Ginvila, born fl. 210 or ca. 213
Athal (Athala), Noble One, born fl. 240 or ca. 243 in Ukraine
Achiulf (Agiulf), born fl. 270 or ca. 273 in Ukraine
Tervingi
Ariaric aka Ascaric, brother of Hilderith, coruler
317 - 50 33 Geberic aka Geberich, ^ Hilderith, kindin ("king")
365 - 81 16 Athanaric aka Aþanareiks ("yearking"), pagan, Gunþireik ("battle prince")
369 - 82 13 Fritigern aka Frithugairns ("desiring peace"), converted to Arianism, Gunþireik
Greuthungi  
Wultwulf (Vultuulf, Vulthulf, Vuldulf), born fl. 300 in Ukraine, died fl. 370, prince of Goths
Ermanaric (Hermanaric, Ermanarich, Hermanarik), born ca. 303 in Ukraine, king of Getae/Greutungi/Ostrogoths (335 or 350 – 375 or 376)
Winithar (Vinitharius), Conqueror of VenediSlavs (Antes), born fl. 345 or ca. 353 in Ukraine, last independent king of Ostrogoths (376–380)
Hunimund ("Protege of Huns"), Beautiful, born ca. 326 in Ukraine, first Hunnic vassal prince of Ostrogoths (376fl.405)
 
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Kingdom of Dacia
82 BC - 106 AD
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87 - 106 19 Decebalus
87 - 8 1 Battle of Tapae
30 - 100 70 Thermae Histria (Sinoe)1
Kingdom of Dacia
82 BC - 106 AD 188
101 2nd Battle of Tapae
102 Battle of Adamclisi
103 - 5 Apollodorus Bridge Romania Serbia
106 Battle of Sarmisegetusa
Roman Province of Dacia
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106 BALKANS ROMAN ROADS danube area
108 Ulpia Traiana Amphitheater Sarmizegetusa Romania
109 Tropaeum Traiani Reconstruction

Roman Province of Dacia
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@ Ulpia Traiana Augusta Dacica Sarmizegetusa (Sarmizegetusa)
256 Carpians & Goths drove Rome out. 1st Province lost by Rome
   
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Roman Province of
Lower Moesia

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000s Kyustendil Bathhouse Bulgaria
Roman Province of
Lower Moesia

86 - 275 191
@ Bulgaria & Romania
100s Varna Bathhouse Bulgaria
177 - 380 203 Serdica Amphitheater Sofia Bulgaria
Roman Province of
Lower Moesia

86 - 275 191
@ Bulgaria & Romania
Roman Province of
Pannonia Savia

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@ Siscia, Croatia
Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Slovenia
Roman Province of
Pannonia Savia

296 - 400s 150s
@ Siscia, Croatia
Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Slovenia
Roman Province of
Pannonia Savia

296 - 400s 150s
@ Siscia, Croatia
Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Slovenia
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Odrysian Kingdom
480 - 46 AD
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@ Bulgaria
Thracian language
Thracian polytheism
11 BC - 12 AD 23 Rhoemetalces 1, uncle of Rhescuporis and ^ Cotys
12 - 19 7 Cotys ? , ^ Rhoemetalces, south-east Sapaei king
19 - 38 19 Rhoemetalces 2, ^ Raskouporis 2
38 - 46 8 Rhoemetalces 3, ^ Cotys
38 - 46 8 Pythodoris 2co-ruling wife & cousin
 
250 Battle of Philippopolis
251 Battle of Arbittus
317 Battle of Mardia
377 Battle of Willows
Byzantine Province of Thracia
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@ Adrianopole, Serdica (Sofia), then Constantinople
447 Battle of Utus River
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100s 1600s Derbent Citadel Russia
 
240 Ksudach volcano  Kamchatka Peninsula  NE Russia
373 Battle of Tanais River
Khaganate of Khazaria
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@ Balanjar 500s - 700s 200,
Atil 700s - 1000s 300s
Judaism, Tengriism, Shamanism, Christianity, Islam, Slavic Paganism. Members of royal family embraced Judaism.
Founded by Western Turks,
618 - 28 10 Tong Yabghu
800s Obadiah
800s Zachariah
800s Benjamin
900s Aaron
900s David
448 Ak Khazars are subject to Huns in Afghanistan & east
550 Khazars are suzerians of TurkoHuns in Afghanistan
622 Mohammad flees to Mecca
623 Heraclius Byz. Attacks Persians
624 Khusraw 2 attacks Byzantine in Caucuses
625 Khazars 1st noticed in Byzantine history records
626 Khazars, Byzantium vs Arabs Arran
627 Byzantines & Khazars vs Persians Ninevah
627 Khazars & Byzantines attack Sasanians
629 Khazars attack & loof Tiflis through Arran
630 Khazars begin taxation in South Caucases
633 Jerusalem, Antioch, Alexandria lost to Islam
641 Khazars crush Bulgars in Ukraine
642 Arab army reaches Bab alAbwab at Darband Gate
650 Khazars capture Bulgar Empire in Ukraine
       
Kingdom of Patria Onoguria
463 - 681
218
@ Azov
Forced west upon Akatziroi by Sabirs who in turn were being attacked.
469 - 503 34 Ernakh raids on Byzantium