Sclaveni
The Sclaveni was used to describe the southwestern branch of Slavic peoples that the Byzantine Empire came into contact with, and especially the South Slavs in the Balkans. It was widely used during t...
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Morlachs
Morlachs (Croatian and Serbian: Morlaci, Serbian Cyrillic: Морлаци) was an exonym used for a rural community in the Lika and Dalmatian hinterlands. The term was initially used for a Vlach past...
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Byzantine Serbia
The territory of what is today the Republic of Serbia was under Roman (and later Byzantine) rule for about 600 years, from the 1st century BC until the Slavic invasions of the 6th century.It was admin...
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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...
Yugoslav irredentism - Wikipedia
Guduscani
The Guduscani or Guduscans (Croatian: Gačani, Guduščani) were an indetermined tribe around present day Gacka (Lika), between upper Kupa river and the Dalmatian coast, or the inhabitants around the...
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...
History of Serbia
In modern times, the Neolithic Starčevo and Vinča cultures existed in or near Belgrade and dominated the Balkans (as well as parts of Central Europe and Asia Minor) in 6200–4500 BC. The Paleo-Balkan t...
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Hadım Sinan Pasha
Hadım Sinan Pasha (Turkish: Hadım Sinan Paşa, "Sinan Pasha the Eunuch"; also known as Sinan-paša Borovinić; died 22 January 1517) was an Ottoman statesman and Grand Vizier .
According to Ragus...
Sagudates
The Sagudates (Greek: Σαγουδάται, Sagoudatai) were a South Slavic tribe that lived in Macedonia, in the area between Thessaloniki and Veria.
The Sagudates were first attested in a Byzantine do...
Krenites Arotras
Krinitis or Krenites Arotras (Greek: Κρινίτης or Κρηνίτης Ἀροτρᾶς) was a Byzantine aristocrat and military governor in southern Greece. He is most notable for suppressing a Slavic revolt in the Pe...
Pavlo Kurtik
Pavlo Kurtik (fl. 1431–1432) was a Slavo-Albanian feudal lord who held an Ottoman vilayet, an administrative unit in the Ottoman Empire similar to a county or shire, located between the Erzen and Shku...
Hadim Ibrahim Pasha
Hadim Ibrahim Pasha (Turkish: Hadım Ibrahim Paşa, meaning in English "Ibrahim Pasha the Eunuch") (1473 – 1562) was a 16th-century Ottoman statesman.
Born in the Sanjak of Bosnia, he ...
Asia Minor Slavs
Asia Minor Slavs refers to the historical South Slav communities relocated to Anatolia by the Byzantine Empire, from the Balkans. After Maurice's Balkan campaigns (582-602), and subsequent subduing of...
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Erlangen Manuscript
Erlangen Manuscript (Serbian: Ерлангенски рукопис) is a manuscript written in cyrilic from sometime between 1716 and 1733 which contain one of the earliest written collections (217 songs) of epic ...
Melingoi
The Melingoi or Milingoi (Greek: Μηλιγγοί) were a Slavic tribe that settled in the Peloponnese in southern Greece during the Middle Ages. Proto-Slavic tribes (Sclaveni) settled throughout the Bal...
Zadruga
A zadruga (Cyrillic: Задруга) refers to a type of rural community historically common among South Slavs. The term has been used by the Communist Party of Yugoslavia to designate their attempt at colle...