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  Alans - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The ancient Alans inhabited what is generally conceded (although not without contest) to be the original or one of the original ranges of the Aryans, or Indo-Iranians, the common ancestors of the Indo-Aryan and Iranian peoples.
In 418, the Alan king, Attaces, was killed in battle against the Visigoths, and this branch of the Alans subsequently appealed to the Vandal king Gunderic to accept the Alan crown.
In the Iberian peninsula the Alans settled in Lusitania and the Cartaginense provinces: "Alani Lusitaniam et Carthaginiensem provincias".
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 Alans   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
The Alans are descendants of ancient Scytho-Sarmatian tribes.
This half of the Alans connected with the Vandals and became one.
The Alans frequently raided the Parithian and Roman empires.
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 Goar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Goar (born pre 390; died (446–450)) was a leader of the Alans in 5th century Gaul.
Also, the Chronica Gallica reports that another Alan leader, Sambida, was given land around Valentia in 440, several years before Germanus' confrontation with the Alans.
In any case, Goar's Alans are universally identified with the group of Alans near Orleans that helped repel Attila's invasion in 451, and who were led at that time by Sangiban—putting the end of Goar's reign, if the identification with Eochar is accepted, somewhere between 446 and 450.
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 The Ossetians' History in Brief.
The captured lands were shared between the Alans and the German tribes of the Vandals and the Svevs, taken part in the invasion.
In 451, the Alans established it, headed by Sangiban, took part in the famous Catalaunian battle on the side of the Rome against the tribe of the Hunns.
The Alans, not involved in the movement to the West, were retreating from the steppes along the Don and the Northern part of the Pre-Caspian region to the Caucasus range.
southosetia.chat.ru /en_histo.html   (1108 words)

One thing is the opinion of the historianscontemporary with Alans, and absolutely different are the attempts of modernscientists to explain history in a certain way according to their agenda.
The translator of the‘History of Judean war by Josephus Flavius' (written in 70 AD) to Old Russianlanguage the ethnonim Alans translates by a word Yass and,without a shadow of doubt, asserts that the ‘language of Yasses is knownas born from the Pecheneg kin' [Meschersky N.A., 1958, 454].
Naturally, neither Huns, nor Alans, did not move to the West as a people, as it is imagined by the supporters of the ‘Great Migration Of Peoples', it was the Hunnish-Alanian army that penetrated deep into the West.
www.hunmagyar.org /turan/tatar/alan.html   (6775 words)

 Kingdoms of the Barbarians - The Alans
The Alans were assigned to the VI Legion Victrix, commanded by the Alani warlord who was renamed Lucius Artorius Castus.
The Huns and Alans arrive in the territory north of the Danube.
The Vandals are attacked by the Franks at the crossing of the Rhine, but the Alans come to their rescue and save the day.
www.kessler-web.co.uk /History/KingListsEurope/BarbarianAlans.htm   (401 words)

Alan), self-name - Irons, in the Byzantian sources - Alans, in Georgian - Osses, in Russian - Yasses, numerous Iranian speaking tribes, separated in the last century BC from the semi-nomadic Sarmatian population of Nothern Caspian, Don and Pre-Caucasus area, and settled in the I c.
Alans left a notable trace in the Middle Volga basin; here again they were identified with Türks, in particular, with Khazars.
The Volga Bulgaria, the main component of whose population was referred to as Yasses, subordinated to Mongolo-Tatars in 1236, and Alans - Yasses of Northern Caucasus - in 1238.
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 Alans: Encyclopedia topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
In Iberia (Iberia: A peninsula in southwestern Europe), the Alans were famous for their massive hunting and fighting dog (dog: A member of the genus Canis (probably descended from the common wolf) that has been domesticated by man since prehistoric times; occurs in many breeds) s, which they introduced to Europe.
These 'eastern' Alans are said to be ancestors of the modern Ossetian (Ossetian: ossetia is a region in the northern caucasus mountains, inhabited by the ossetians....
The remaining Alans speak a unique language where they remain as the Ossetia (Ossetia: ossetia is a region in the northern caucasus mountains, inhabited by the ossetians....
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 Who Are Alans
Alan), self-name - Irons, in the Byzantian sources - Alans, in Georgian - Osses, in Russian - Yases, numerous Iranian speaking tribes, separated in the last century BC from the semi-nomadic Sarmatian population of N.
The translator of the ‘History of the Judean war by Josephus Flavius’ (written in the 70 AD) to the Old Russian language, translates the ethnonym Alans by a word Yas and, without a shadow of doubt, asserts that the ‘language of Yases is known as born from the Cuman kin’ [Meschersky N.A., 1958, 454].
The Volga Bulgaria, the main component of whose population was referred to as the Yases, subordinated to the Mongolo-Tatars in 1236, and the Alans - Yases of the Northern Caucasus in 1238.
www.turkleronline.com /turkler/turk_turuk/koken_isim/datelines/who_are_alans.htm   (7307 words)

 The Ossetians' Kinsmen Abroad. Hungary.
The Kipchaks and the Alans found shelter in Hungary, but several years later were followed into the Kingdom by the innumerable hordes of the Mongol-Tatars, intruded into the country in 1241.
This time can be considered the beginning of the Kipchaks and the Alans' settling down on the territory of Hungary for good, thus forming two neighboring provinces - Kunzsag and Jaszsag, later on merged into one with the administrative center in the town of Jaszbereny.
In the Royal deeds and charters of the time the Alans were referred to as "the noble Jaszy" ("the noble Alans").
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 Section 19 – The Kingdom of Alanliao 阿蘭聊 (the Alans)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
It was recognised very early on that the Yancai 奄蔡 and the Alans of the Chinese accounts must refer to the Aorsi and the Alani of the Classical authors.
They were a great military power and for almost three centuries, until the arrival of the Alans, they played a major role in events of the northern Pontic region.
It should be noted that the appearance of the name A-lan-ya in the Hou Han-shu coincides with the emergence of the Alan tribes on the political stage.” Zadneprovskiy (1994), pp.
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Part of Alans retreat to N. Caucasus, part is absorbed in Huns Horde, part retreat to N. Donets.
Zachariah Ritor: Bulgars and Alans are mentioned once as settled populations with towns, and once as nomads.
Khazars recover territory with east Bolgar (Utugur) and Alan populations.
www.turkleronline.com /turkler/turk_turuk/koken_isim/datelines/alans.htm   (1063 words)

 Ossetia & Ossetians   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
The Alans were first mentioned in Roman literature in the 1st century AD and were described later as a warlike people that specialized in horse breeding.
The Alans, besides being great horse mounted warriors are also associated with a breed of war-dog by the modern name of Great Dane/ Alanout (or Alunt).
Although some of the Alans settled near Orleans and Valence, most went to North Africa with the Vandals, causing the official title of the Vandal kings in Africa to be "Kings of the Vandals and the Alans".
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 History of the Vandals
The kingdom of the Alans (non Germanic descendants of the Scyths) that lay to the east side of the Ostrogothic Kingdom in south Russia, was the first of the Hun conquest driving into Europe from Central Asia.
When the Alans lost their leader Ataces with almost all his army in battle against Vallia the King of the Visigoths 419 AD, the remainder of these Alans subjected themselves to Gunderic King of the Vandals in Baetica, who therefore became King of the Vandals and Alans.
General Aspar was an Alan and Arian and may have secretly sided with his fellow-Arian Gaiseric, who was after all king of the Vandals and Alans.
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 Alans - Search Results - ninemsn Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
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 Alans Math 2.0 - Download Alans Math   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
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 Alans - Memory Alpha
Alans was a Human volcanologist in the late 24th century, an ensign serving in Starfleet.
In 2365, Alans had to work on a project with Hildebrant and Davies, under command of Acting Ensign Wesley Crusher.
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 Alans Moped
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Alan Paton - Paton, Alan, 1903–88, South African novelist.
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 Dave AlanS
Dave AlanS, the intended acoustic solo performer, now had a three-piece band without even trying to put a band together.
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The Dave AlanS Band has a foundation of engaging songs written by Dave AlanS, Bill Wheeler adds his unique percussive feel, Derek Bayer compliments with his moving rhythmic bass lines, and John Dear fills it all out with his interesting choices of tones and instruments while tickling the keys.
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 : Alans Math, review at WorldSSP.net   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
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 Get "History Of The Alans In The West ..." at your library
A history of the Alans in the West; from their first appearance in the sources of classical antiquity through the early Middle Ages [by] Bernard S. Bachrach.
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 Sources on the Alans
The first exhaustive key to the sources to, and the proper names of the Alans.
The scattered nature of sources and their dispersion in time, space and intermediary languages may explain the lack of a true comprehensive guide to this important ancient people, a nomadic tribe of Iranian stock, living from one end of the Eurasian steppes to the other.
With his Sources on the Alans Agustí Alemany now provides us for the first time with a reliable and exhaustive handbook by collecting, classifying, translating (or summarizing) all reports on the Alans written in Greek, Latin, Medieval Latin, Byzantine, Arabic, Armenian, Catalan, Georgian, Hebrew, Iranian, Mongol, Russian, Syriac and Chinese languages.
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 Alans solitaire   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
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 ORB Online Encyclopedia--Collapse of the Roman Empire
Vandals, Alans and Suevi crossed the Rhine in 406 and barbarians went on to settle all over the western Empire.
Visigoths, Alans and Suevi took land in Spain, Vandals in Africa and Burgundians, Visigoths and Franks in Gaul.
Elsewhere, Saxons invaded Britain and at the end of the fifth century, Ostrogoths occupied Italy.
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 GERMANIA: Visigoths, Ostrogoths, Vandals, Vikings, Orkney, etc.
Several other tribes were also involved, the Alans and the Suevi in particular, though the Alans were an Iranian steppe people, not Germans.
With the attention of Stilicho, left by Theodosius in charge of the Army, occupied by the Visigoths, the Western frontiers were stripped of troops.
On January 1, 407, the Alans, Vandals, and Suevi crossed a frozen Rhine to engage in an uncontested romp through Gaul and Spain.
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