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  Eurasian - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Eurasian Region, a region created by the World Organization of the Scout Movement
Eurasian (mixed ancestry), refers to humans descended from a recent or historical mixture of European and Asian ancestors
Eurasian Wolf, a subspecies of the Gray Wolf
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 Eurasian Avars - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Menander Protector wrote that the language of the Avars is the same as that of the Huns, but they wear long braids with ribbons in it in two braids, a habit which they borrowed from the Turks.
Avars were driven westward when the Gokturks defeated the Hephthalites in the 550s and the 560s.
The Avars are also likely to have merged with Slavs, who had formed new states in the region -the principality of Nitra in the north (later Great Moravia), and the Balaton Principality in the central parts of Pannonia- and with the invading Magyars.
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:The Caucasian Avars are a moɗern peopӀe of Caucasus, mainӀy of Dagestan.
The Eurasian Avars were a nomaɗic peopӀe of Eurasia, supposeɗӀy of proto- MongoӀian Turkic peopӀes stock, who migrateɗ from eastern Asia into centraӀ anɗ eastern Europe in the 6th century.
Avars sought new aӀӀies anɗ in 626, the Avars anɗ the Persians Ƅesiegeɗ Ƅut faiӀeɗ to capture ConstantinopӀe.
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 search.com - Eurasian Avars - Search.com Reference
The Eurasian Avars were a nomadic people of Eurasia, supposedly of proto-Mongolian Turkic stock, who migrated from eastern Asia into central and eastern Europe in the 6th century.
The Avars were finally liquidated during the 810s by the Franks under Charlemagne and the Bulgars under Krum.
The Avars are also likely to have merged with Slavs, who had formed new states in the region: the principality of Nitra in the north (later Great Moravia), and the Balaton Principality in the central parts of Pannonia.
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 Eurasian Avars info here at en.29of100d.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The Eurasian Avars - down pat as Zhuan Zhuan to the Chinese[1] - were a nomadic natural attitude of Eurasia, of proto-Mongolian stock, who migrated from eastern Asia into focal and eastern Europe in the 6th century.
Menander Protector wrote that the argot of the Avars is the dupe as that of the Huns, but they attrition drawn old-fashioned braids with ribbons in it in two braids, a quirk which they borrowed from the Turks.
The Avars are too practicable to have merged with Slavs, who had formed original eventualitys in the demesne -the principality of Nitra in the north (later Great Moravia), and the Balaton Principality in the focal parts of Pannonia- and with the invading Magyars.
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 Eurasian Avars info here at en.32of100c.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The Eurasian Avars - avowed as Zhuan Zhuan to the Chinese[1] - were a nomadic body government of Eurasia, of proto-Mongolian stock, who migrated from eastern Asia into equidistant and eastern Europe in the 6th century.
Menander Protector wrote that the lexicon of the Avars is the synonymous as that of the Huns, but they corrosion drawn away braids with ribbons in it in two braids, a tendency which they borrowed from the Turks.
The Avars are verisimilar to have merged with Slavs, who had formed up-to-date welfares in the belt -the principality of Nitra in the north (later Great Moravia), and the Balaton Principality in the equidistant parts of Pannonia- and with the invading Magyars.
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 Eurasian Avars info here at en.33of100d.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The Eurasian Avars - received as Zhuan Zhuan to the Chinese[1] - were a nomadic citizens of Eurasia, of proto-Mongolian stock, who migrated from eastern Asia into focal und eastern Europe in the 6th century.
Avars were driven westward when the Gokturks defeated the Hephthalites in the 550s und the 560s.
The Avars are and perfect horizontal to have merged with Slavs, who had formed cutting edge ingredients in the sector -the principality of Nitra in the north (later Great Moravia), und the Balaton Principality in the focal parts of Pannonia- und with the invading Magyars.
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 Eurasian Avars info here at en.26of100e.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The Eurasian Avars - down pat as Zhuan Zhuan to the Chinese[1] - were a nomadic stock people of Eurasia, of proto-Mongolian stock, who migrated from eastern Asia into stellar eastern Europe in the 6th century.
Menander Protector wrote that the notifying of the Avars is the bifold as that of the Huns, but they attrition gangling braids with ribbons in it in two braids, a inclination which they borrowed from the Turks.
The Avars are forth expectancy fored to have merged with Slavs, who had formed positions in the ghetto -the principality of Nitra in the north (later Great Moravia), the Balaton Principality in the stellar parts of Pannonia- with the invading Magyars.
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The Avar state persisted in Pannonia throughout the 7th and 8th century, and the Avars are presumed to have mostly controlled the Slavs who had lived in the area since a few decades before the Avar arrival.
However, evidence is mounting in favour of the theory that the Avars who settled in Transylvania (called pseudo-avars by early geographers) were only a branch acting under the auspicies of "true" Avars, who remained in the Khazar region of the Caucasus and who in turn had origins further east.
The Eurasian Avars were a nomadic people who established a state in the Danube River area in the early 6th century.
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 math lessons - Eurasian Avars
The Avars were a nomadic people of Eurasia who established a state in the Danube River area of Europe in the early 6th century.
A connection between the European Avars and the Caucasian Avars and Kabard is severely questioned, but evidence is mounting in favour of the theory that the Avars who settled in Transylvania were only a "pseudo" (Kabar?) portion of other "true" Avars who remained in the Caucasus region under Khazar control.
The faction which is supposed to have remained in the Caucasus formed a powerful khanate in the 10th century contributing to the collapse of Khazaria from within that kingdom.
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 Caucasian Avars Biography,info
It is not clear whether and in what way the Caucasian Avars are related to the European Avars, a nomadic group of obscure origin which invaded Europe during the Dark Ages.
The 15th century saw the decline of the Horde and the rise of the Kumyk shamkhalate at Tarki, with whom the Avars could not compete until the 18th century, when they increased their prestige by routing the army of Nadir Shah at Andala.
The institution of heavy taxation, coupled with the expropriation of estates and the construction of fortresses, electrified the Avar population into rising under the aegis of the radical Muslim Imamate of Dagestan, led by Ghazi Mohammed (1828-32), Gamzat-bek (1832-34) and Shamil (1834-59).
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 Equestrian nomads dgun.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Horse people: a generalized and somewhat obsolete term for various nomadic or semi-nomadic ethnic groups, typically inhabiting the Eurasian steppes, with an emphasis in their economy and culture on horse breeding and horse riding.
In plate tectonics, the Eurasian Plate includes Europe and most of Asia, but not the Indian subcontinent, the Arabian subcontinent, and the area east of the Cherskiy Range in Sakha.
A narrow east-west tongue of Eurasian grassland—the steppe—extends eastwards from Ukraine and southern Russia and ends in Hungary and traverses into taiga to the north.
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 Nomad - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
This quickly developed into what Jaris Yurins has called the circum-Arabian nomadic pastoral techno-complex and is possibly assocoated with the appearance of Semitic languages in the region of the Ancient Near East.
The rapid spread of such nomadic pastoralism was typical of such later developments as of the Yamnaya culture of the horse and cattle nomads of the Eurasian steppe, or of the Turko-Mongol spread of the ater Middle Ages.
Many Native Americans and Indigenous Australians were nomadic prior to Western contact, although they were not a pastoral people in that they did not systematically raise animals on whose products they depended.
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As the Hegemony of the Western Turkic Empire crumbled, the Onogur dynasty was founded by Kubrat around 630, a man of Avar-Bulgar heritage from the Bulgar clan Dulo.
Like the Avars, Kavars are mentioned also as a branch in the East in Khazar lands, though they are noted as revulsing the Khazar yoke.
It has almost become accepted in Hungary that the Szekley tribes in Bihor are descendants of Avars who in time adopted the Magyar language.
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 Gepid - The real meaning from Timesharetalk wikipedia
In 546 the Byzantine Empire allied themselves with the Lombards to expel the Gepids from this region.
In 552 the Gepids suffered a disastrous defeat in the Battle of Asfeld and were finally conquered by the Avars in 567.
In Vlaha, Cluj county, Romania, a necropolis was discovered in August 2004 with 202 identified tombs dated to the 6th century AD.
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The Avars arrived in the Carpathian Basin in the 560s from the steppes of Asia and subdued the Slavs living on the conquered territory.
However, after the Avars were defeated at Constantinople in the early 7th century, the Slavs living north of the Danube started to revolt against them.
Archaeological findings show that the Avars returned to their previous territories (at least to southernmost Slovakia) and entered into a symbiosis with the Slavs, whereas territories to the north of the Avar empire were purely Slav territories.
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 TRANSYLVANIA - History of Transylvania, demographics of Transylvania, Transylvania today.
After the disintegration of Attila's empire, the territory of Transylvania was controlled by the remnants of various confederates (Alans, Longobards, Rukhs-As) of Attila's Huns, and the Gepids.
No major power was able to exert control over the region for any great length of time, until the Eurasian Avars from Scythia established their military leadership.
The Avar Khanate was, however, crushed by the Bulgars under Khan Krum at the beginning of the 9th century and Transylvania, along with eastern Pannonia, was incorporated into the First Bulgarian Empire.
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Accordinɡ to Biruni the area was ruled by the Afriɡid dynasty from the 4th century to the 8th century CE (era).
The resurɡent kinɡdom was established around Khiva in 410 by Eurasian Avars tribes possibly under Hephthalites influence.
The inhabitants were called Khwalis or Kaliz by the Maɡyars after the eastern-most Avars s of Hunɡary, who dwelt in Carpathia n Galicia (Central Europe).
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In alliance with the Avars, an Asiatic people who had invaded central Europe, Alboin defeated the Lombard’s' hereditary enemies, the Gepidae, a powerful enemy on his eastern frontier, he killed their new king Cunimund.
Justin II, was the Byzantine emperor from 565 to 578, nephew and successor to Justinian I. He allied himself with the Turks and resumed the wars with Persia.
During his reign Slavs and Avars attacked the empire, and Italy was invaded by the Lombard’s under Alboin.
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This early culture is believed to have been dominant along the western coast of the Caspian Sea for centuries, until Hurrians and Urartu, who are possibly a related Caucasian people (such as Georgian and Abkhazians), arrived and further consolidated the role of native peoples of the Caucasus in the region.
Other prominent local Caucasian tribes included the Hyperborean-related Caucasian Avars (not to be confused with the Eurasian Avars of Ural-Altaic origin) which dominated much of the region, linking it for a time to related Caucasian tribes in Dagestan.
The successive migration and settlement of Eurasian and Central Asian nomads continued to be a familiar pattern in the history of the Caucasus since ancient times, from the era of Sassanid-Persian empire to emergence of Azerbaijani Turks by the 11th century CE.
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 Avars - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Eurasian Avars, a nomadic people of Eurasia who established a state in eastern parts of Europe in the early 6th century.
This page was last modified 05:09, 4 April 2006.
This encyclopedia, history, geography and biography article about Avars contains research on
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The Avars, the Dargins, the Kukmyks, the Laks
Bayan I settles pannonia in 568 and established Avar Puppet Houdbaad of Onogunduri -Kutigurs and Utigurs in 580s
Avars were the first tribe to introduce stirrup to Europe.
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The Latin name of the settlement, Arelape, was derived from the Illyrian name of the Erlauf river, Arilapa ('eagle river').
Germanic tribes began to settle during the 5th century, and in the 6th century the Eurasian Avars came into this region, the Bavarians reached the region around 700.
The rule of the Avars was terminated by Charlemagne around 800.
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 Nomads of the Steppe   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
There is still an ethno-linguistic group called Avar within the Caucasus who may be related to them.
Their ethnic affinities are obscure; they have been identified by various authorities as connected to Mongols, Turks, Huns, or even Avars.
Knowledge about them is fragmentary; the following list is based on Chinese records, and therefore most of the entries cannot pretend to represent the rulers names with any degree of accuracy (the reasonably accurate ones are those within 394-444, 492-506, and 520-552).
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