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  Gord (Slavic settlement) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gords were built during the late Bronze and early Iron Ages by the people of the Lusatian culture, and later in the 7th - 8th centuries CE in modern-day Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Poland, Czech Republic and eastern Germany (in Lusatia).
A typical gord was a group of wooden houses, built either in rows or in circles, surrounded by one or more rings of walls made of earth and wood, a palisade and/or moats.
Some other gords, which did not stand the test of time and were abandoned or destroyed, gradually turned into more or less discernible mounds or rings of earth (known in Russian as gorodische, in Polish as grodzisko, in Ukrainian as horodyshche, and in Czech as hradiště).
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 Slavic peoples - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The Slavic language group is categorized with the satem or eastern branch of the Indo-European language family, along with the Baltic and Indo-Iranian groups.
This debate is politically charged, particularly in connection with the history of the Partitions of Poland, and both German and Slavic nationalists have employed either the 'autochthonic' (in the case of the Slavic nationalists) or the 'allochthonic' (in the case of the German nationalists) as tools of political propaganda.
The common Slavic experience of communism combined with the repeated usage of the ideology by Soviet propaganda after World War II within the Eastern bloc (Warsaw Pact) was a forced high-level political and economic hegemony of the USSR dominated by Russians, and as such despised by the rest of the conquered nations.
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 Encyclopedia :: Slavic peoples   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The idea that the Slavic people have more in common than their origin, the origin of their languages and some cultural aspects is derived from romantic nationalism, the panslavism movement and the notion of race as a biological basis of nations.
Basically, the East Slavs may all be traced to Slavic speaking populations that were organised as Kievan Rus' beginning in the 9th century AD and eventually fell under the influence of Mongol Empire.
The Chernoles culture is "sometimes portrayed as either a state in the development of the Slavic languages or at least some form of late Indo-European ancestral to the evolution of the Slavic stock" (James P. Mallory, "Chernoles Culture", Encyclopedia of Indo-European Culture, Fitzroy Dearborn, 1997).
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 Online Encyclopedia and Dictionary - Biskupin
The settlement soon became famous in Poland, officials of the Piłsudski regime, members of the military and high churchmen, like the primate of Poland visited the site.
The settlement was surrounded by a fortification that is 3,5 m wide.
The settlement at Biskupin belongs to the Hallstatt C and D periods (early Iron age).
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 Slavic peoples - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
There is plenty of archeological evidence for settlements in northern Ukraine and Poland as far back as 3rd millennium BC (Trypillian, Tishinets, Peshevor, Zarubinets cultures).
In this period there existed central Slavic groups and states, such as the Balaton Principality or the Severans, but the subsequent expansion of the Magyars and Romanians, as well as the Germanisation of Austria, separated the northern and southern Slavs.
The common Slavic experience of Soviet communism after World War II within the Eastern bloc (Warsaw Pact) was a forced high-level political and economic alliance, but nothing more, and it was hegemonical in favor of certain groups.
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 Read about Slavic peoples at WorldVillage Encyclopedia. Research Slavic peoples and learn about Slavic peoples here!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Slavic languages and reside chiefly in Eastern Europe, but are also found in
In Old Slavic language that word is "Sloveane", or something similar, with obvious similarities to the word slovo meaning "word, talk".
Semitic and Slavic peoples, planned an enslavement of the Slavic peoples, and the reduction their numbers by killing the majority of the population.
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Numerous Slavic place names of the Peloponesus date to the second century C.E. In 7th century The Frankish nobleman Samo, who supported the Slavs fighting their Avar rulers, became the ruler of the first known Slav state in Central Europe.
The common Slavic experience of Soviet communism after World War II within the Eastern bloc (Warsaw Pact) was a high-level political and economic alliance, but nothing more, and it was hegemonical in favor of certain groups.
The Slavic peoples are the most numerous ethnic and linguistic body of peoples in Europe They speak Slavic languages and reside chiefly in the east of that continent but are also found in Asia Ethno...
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 Slavic Peoples - Date Stamp   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
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 Slavic peoples: Information From Answers.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
A large Slavic empire emerged at that time under the leadership of Moravia, but it was soon destroyed by the Magyars.
It must be noted, however, that the Milograd culture is also attributed to the proto-Balts and the Zarubintsy culture has been connected with the Bastarnae tribe of antiquity by some archaeologists and historians.
There is plenty of archaeological evidence for settlements in northern Ukraine and Poland as far back as 3rd millennium BC (Trypillian).
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 Slavic Peoples - Woman   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
He was papal legate for all the Slavic peoples, consecrated a bishop and then given an ancient see (now in the Czech Republic).
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 :::► Dictionary of Meaning www.mauspfeil.net ◄:::   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The '''East Slavs''' may all be traced to Slavic speaking populations that were organised as Kievan Rus' beginning in the 9th century AD and eventually fell under the influence of Mongol Empire.
There is plenty of archeological evidence for settlements in northern Ukraine and Poland as far back as 3rd millennium BC (Trypillian culture Trypillian, Tishinets, Peshevor, Zarubinets cultures).
Karantania in today's Austria and Slovenia was one Slavic state; very old also are the Principality of Nitra and the Moravians (ethnic group) Moravian principality (see under Great Moravia).
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 Slavic peoples -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The idea that the Slavic people have more in common than their origin, the origin of their languages, and some cultural aspects is derived from romantic nationalism, the panslavism movement, and the notion of ethnicity as a biological basis of nations.
There is plenty of archaeological evidence for settlements in northern Ukraine and Poland as far back as 3rd millennium BC (Trypillian, Tishinets, Peshevor, Zarubinets cultures).
In the Old Slavonic language the word is "slověne", and this is still used in many Slavic languages.
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 Garðaríki - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gardar contains the same root as Slavic grad ("town") and English garden.
For Germanic etymology of the second element, see the article on Reich.
This East Slavic history-related article is a stub.
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 Another discussion on arvanites issue - www.ezboard.com
The Albanians, who call themselves Shkyipetar, and are called by the Greeks Arvanitae (‘Ap/3av~rai), belong to the Tosk or southern branch of the race; their immigration took place in the latter half of the i4th century.
Their first settlements in the Morea were made in 1347-13 55.
The failure of the insurrection of 1770 was followed by a settlement of Moslem Albanians, who had been employed by the Turks to suppress the revolt.
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 wikien.info: Main_Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Encyclopedia : S : SL : SLA : Slavic peoples
Slowianie would mean "people who can speak", as opposed to the Slavic word for Germans, "Niemcy", that is, "mute", or "people who cannot speak" (compare the Greek coinage of the term "barbarian").
When their migratory movements ended there appeared among the Slavs the first rudiments of state organizations, each headed by a prince with a treasury and defense force, and the beginning of class differentiation, with nobles who pledged allegiance to the Frankish and Holy Roman Emperors.
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Not simply content with bilking the Flyers out of an injury settlement after they �ended� his career, nor the big fat paychecks he �earned� as a member of the Canucks, Babych has decided to cut down a few thousand trees and develop another resort for rich snobs.
It seems the American Midwest is still stuck in the cold war era, because their anti-Slavic sentiment has always shone through, for the most part.
Either the Slavic players are derided (Check out www.jeffio.com for your fill of anti-Khavanov propaganda), or just not celebrated.
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According to Gygax's Gord novels, she is one of the six monarchs of demonium.
A computer game of the same name as the module was released where Zuggtmoy was given an updated look.
Salvatore wrote a number of books based in the Forgotten Realms campaign setting, including 17 that feature his famed character Drizzt Do'Urden.
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 EN World - Morrus' D&D / d20 News & Reviews Site - Writing in the Gygax style   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Location: Far from the nearest settlement, away from traveled routes, and high upon a craggy hill.
These are all wonderful and in the spirit I was hoping for.
205 Gygax Ends the World a private study in the Gord the Rogue series of books upto and including the release of...
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