Slavs
The Slavs are an Indo-European ethno-linguistic group living in Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Southeast Europe, North Asia and Central Asia, who speak the Indo-European Slavic languages, and share, ...
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European genetic identity may stretch back 36,000 years
DNA of ancient man who lived in what is now Russia carried key elements of the current European genome
Vistula Veneti
The term Vistula Veneti (or Baltic Veneti) has been used in modern times to distinguish the Veneti noted by Greek and Roman geographers along the Vistula and the Bay of Gdańsk from other t...
Genetic history of Europe
The genetic history of Europe is complicated because European populations have a complicated demographic and genetic history, including many successive periods of population growth. The history must ...
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Proto-Slavic language
Proto-Slavic is the unattested, reconstructed proto-language of all the Slavic languages. It represents Slavic speech approximately from the 5th to 9th centuries AD. As with most other proto-languages...
Slavic diasporas
Slavic diaspora may refer to any of the following diasporas of Slavs:
Hutsuls
Hutsuls (Ukrainian: гуцули, hutsuly; Polish: Hucuł, plural Huculi, Hucułowie; Romanian: huțul, plural huțuli) are an ethno-cultural group who for centuries have inhabited the Carpathian mo...
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Wolinians
The Wolinians, Wolinianie, Velunzani, or Uelunzani were a medieval tribe in Pomerania. They were first mentioned as "Velunzani" with 70 civitates by the Bavarian Geographer, ca. 845. Associated with b...
European genetic identity may stretch back 36,000 years
DNA of ancient man who lived in what is now Russia carried key elements of the current European genome
Early Slavs
The early Slavs were a diverse group of tribal societies during the Migration period and early medieval Europe (c. 5th to 10th centuries) whose tribal organizations indirectly created the foundations ...
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Seven Slavic tribes
The Seven Slavic tribes (Bulgarian: Седем славянски племена, Sedem slavyanski plemena) were a union of tribes in the Danubian Plain, that was established around the middle of the 7th century and t...
Croatian people
Croats (/kroʊæt, kroʊɑːt/; Croatian: Hrvati, [xřʋaːti]) are a nation and South Slavic ethnic group at the crossroads of Central Europe, Southeast Europe, and the Mediterranean. Croats mainly live ...
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Bozh
Bozh ( c. 380) was the first Slavic ruler known in history; he was the king of the Antes (rex Antorum), an early Slavic people that lived in parts of present day Ukraine and Russia. In the preceding y...
Paleolithic Europe
Paleolithic Europe refers to the Paleolithic period of Europe, a prehistoric era distinguished by the development of the first stone tools and which covers roughly 99% of human technological history. ...
Yugoslav irredentism
Yugoslav irredentism refers to an irredentism that promotes a Yugoslavia that has united all South Slav-populated territories within it, comprising its historically united territories of Bosnia and He...
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Matica
A Matica or Matice is a Slavic concept of a foundation which promotes national culture and gained prominence during the 19th-century romantic nationalism.The matica structure has been particularly use...
Sorbs
Sorbs (Upper Sorbian: Serbja; Lower Sorbian: Serby; also known as Wends, Lusatian Sorbs or Lusatian Serbs) are a Western Slavic people of Central Europe living predominantly in Lusatia, a regi...
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Saqaliba
Saqaliba (Arabic: صقالبة, sg. Siqlabi) refers to the Eastern Europeans, Turkic, Ugric and sometimes Slavic slaves, kidnapped from the coasts of Europe or in wars, as well as mercenaries in the medieva...
Slovak diaspora
The Slovak diaspora refers to both historical and present emigration from Slovakia, as well as from the former Czechoslovakia. The country with the largest number of Slovaks living abroad is the Unit...
Slovak diaspora - Wikipedia