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AuthorPleterski, Andrej, 1955-
Title Model etnogeneze Slovanov na osnovi nekaterih novejših raziskav / Andrej Pleterski
Type/contenttype of material article - component part
Publication date1995
Physical descriptionstr. 537-556 : Ilustr.
NotesBibliografija: str. 553-555
Summary: The Slavs' ethnogenesis model based on some of the latest research findings
Uncontrolled subject headingsSlovani / etnogeneza / migracije / zgodovina / zemljevidi
SummaryThe author outlines briefly the history of the Slavs from the beginning of their formation till the Great Dissemination which took place towards the end of the 4th century, and the beginning of the 5th. He argues that the emergence of the Slavic peoples dates back to the end of the 3rd century B.C. when groups of people from central Poland (who could conditionally be given the historic name of Venets) migrated to the southern parts of the territory then settled by the Balto-Slavic community. The new community - which was characterised by great mobility - formed its own ethnic identity in the second half of the 1st century A.D. at the latest, and reached its greatest linguistic unity probably in the 3rd and the 4th century A.D.
See publication: TI=Zgodovinski časopis = Historical review = Istoričeskij žurnal : glasilo Zveze zgodovinskih društev Slovenije ISSN: 0350-5774.- 49, Št. 4 (1995), str. 537-556