European Peoples Applied to Antiquity

European peoples including Balkan peoples, Latin peoples, Northeast European peoples, Scandinavian peoples, Germanic peoples, and Anglic peoples can be used to examine antiquity.

   

European Peoples

European peoples can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, and 26th century,; the late 3rd millennium BC including the 25th century BC, 24th century BC, 23rd century BC, 22nd century BC, and 21st century BC; the early 2nd millennium BC including the 20th century BC, 19th century BC, 18th century BC, 17th century BC, and 16th century BC; the late 2nd millennium BC including the 15th century BC, 14th century BC, 13th century BC, 12th century BC, and 11th century BC; and the early 1st millennium BC including the 10th century BC, 9th century BC, 8th century BC, 7th century BC, and 6th century BC although they were comparatively poorly developed and are not well known. Cyprus can be connected. Rome can be connected.

Balkan peoples

Balkan peoples including Greek, East Romance, and South Slavic peoples can be connected. Macedonia can be connected. Cities such as Byzantium can be connected.

Greece

Greece can be connected.

Albania

Albania can be connected.

East Romance peoples

East Romance peoples such as those of Romania can be connected. Moldova can be connected. Romania can be connected.

South Slavic peoples

South Slavic peoples such as those of Bulgaria, Serbia, Croatia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina can be connected. Slovenia can be connected.

Bulgaria can be connected. Serbia can be connected. Croatia can be connected.Bosnia and Herzegovina

Latin peoples

Latin peoples including Italian, French, Hispanic, and Lusitanic peoples can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, and early 2nd millennium BC can be connected. The late 2nd millennium BC including the 15th century BC, 14th century BC, 13th century BC, 12th century BC, and 11th century BC can be connected. The early 1st millennium BC including the 10th century BC, 9th century BC, 8th century BC, 7th century BC, and 6th century BC can be connected. Switzerland can be connected. Cities such as Madrid can be connected.

Italian peoples

Italian peoples including those of what is now Italy can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC, and early 1st millennium BC.

French peoples

French peoples including those of what is now France can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC, and early 1st millennium BC. Belgium can be connected. Cities such as Paris can be connected.

France can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, and 26th century BC; the late 3rd millennium BC including the 25th century BC, 24th century BC, 23rd century BC, 22nd century BC, and 21st century BC; the early 2nd millennium BC including the 20th century BC, 19th century BC, 18th century BC, 17th century BC, and 16th century BC; the late 2nd millennium BC including the 15th century BC, 14th century BC, 13th century BC, 12th century BC, and 11th century BC; and the early 1st millennium BC including the 10th century BC, 9th century BC, 8th century BC, 7th century BC, and 6th century BC.

Hispanic peoples

Hispanic peoples such as those of Spain can be connected.

Lusitanic peoples

Lusitanic peoples such as those of Portugal can be connected.

Northeast European peoples

Northeast European peoples including East Slavic, West Slavic, and Hungarian peoples can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, and 26th century BC; the late 3rd millennium BC including the 25th century BC, 24th century BC, 23rd century BC, 22nd century BC, and 21st century BC; the early 2nd millennium BC including the 20th century BC, 19th century BC, 18th century BC, 17th century BC, and 16th century BC; the late 2nd millennium BC including the 15th century BC, 14th century BC, 13th century BC, 12th century BC, and 11th century BC; and the early 1st millennium BC including the 10th century BC, 9th century BC, 8th century BC, 7th century BC, and 6th century BC but are not well known. Estonia can be connected.

East Slavic peoples

East Slavic peoples such as those of Ukraine and Russia can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC, and early 1st millennium BC.Belarus can be connected.

Ukraine can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC, and early 1st millennium BC. Russia can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, and 26th century BC; the late 3rd millennium BC including the 25th century BC, 24th century BC, 23rd century BC, 22nd century BC, and 21st century BC; the early 2nd millennium BC including the 20th century BC, 19th century BC, 18th century BC, 17th century BC, and 16th century BC; the late 2nd millennium BC including the 15th century BC, 14th century BC, 13th century BC, 12th century BC, and 11th century BC; and the early 1st millennium BC including the 10th century BC, 9th century BC, 8th century BC, 7th century BC, and 6th century BC but is not well known.

West Slavic peoples

West Slavic peoples including those of Poland and the Czech Republic can be connected. Slovakia can be connected.

Poland can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC, and early 1st millenniium BC. The Czech Republic can be connected.

Hungary

Hungary can be connected.

Baltic peoples

Baltic peoples such as those of Lithuania can be connected. Latvia can be connected. Lithuania can be connected.

Scandinavian peoples

Scandinavian peoples such as those of Sweden, Denmark, and Finland can be connected. Norway can be connected.

Sweden

Sweden can be connected.

Denmark

Denmark can be connected.

Finland

Finland can be connected.

Anglic peoples

Anglic peoples such as those of what is now the United Kingdom can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC, late 3rd millennium BC, early 2nd millennium BC, late 2nd millennium BC, and early 1st millennium BC but are not well known. Ireland can be connected. London can be connected.

United Kingdom

The United Kingdom can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC 27th century BC, and 26th century BC; the late 3rd millennium BC including the 25th century BC, 24th century BC, 23rd century BC, 22nd century BC, and 21st century BC; the early 2nd millennium BC including the 20th century BC, 19th century BC, 18th century BC, 17th century BC, and 16th century BC; the late 2nd millennium BC including the 15th century BC, 14th century BC, 13th century BC, 12th century BC, and 11th century BC; and the early 1st millennium BC including the 10th century BC, 9th century BC, 8th century BC, 7th century BC, and 6th century BC.

Germanic peoples

Germanic peoples such as those of Germany, the Netherlands, and part of Belgium can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, and 26th century BC; the late 3rd millennium BC including the 25th century BC, 24th century BC, 23rd century BC, 22nd century BC, and 21st century BC; the early 2nd millennium BC including the 20th century BC, 19th century BC, 18th century BC, 17th century BC, and 16th century BC; the late 2nd millennium BC including the 15th century BC, 14th century BC, 13th century BC, 12th century BC, and 11th century BC; and the early 1st millennium BC including the 10th century BC, 9th century BC, 8th century BC, 7th century BC, and 6th century BC. They are not well known in this period. Switzerland can be connected.

Germany

Germany can be used to examine the early 3rd millennium BC including the 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th century BC, 27th century BC, and 26th century BC; the late 3rd millennium BC including the 25th century BC, 24th century BC, 23rd century BC, 22nd century BC, and 21st century BC; the early 2nd millennium BC including the 20th century BC, 19th century BC, 18th century BC, 17th century BC, and 16th century BC; the late 2nd millennium BC including the 15th century BC, 14th century BC, 13th century BC, 12th century BC, and 11th century BC; and the early 1st millennium BC including the 10th century BC, 9th century BC, 8th century BC, 7th century BC, and 6th century BC. It was not well known in antiquity.

The Netherlands can be connected. Belgium can be connected. Austria can be connected.

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Created 14 Aug 2016 Last updated 7 Oct 2017