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Florin Curta
The making of the Slavs:
history and archaeology of the Lower Danube Region, r. 500700

Ed. D.E. Luscombe, Research Professor of Medieval History, University of Sheffield
Cambridge University Press, 2001, Copyright Florin Curta 2001
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Contents
Index
Conclusion: the making of the Slavs
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Florin Curta, Roman Kovalev, isbn=9004163891, The Other Europe in the Middle Ages: Avars, Bulgars, Khazars and Cumans (East Central and Eastern Europe in the Middle Ages, 450-1450)
Florin Curta, isbn=2503531253, Neglected Barbarians (Studies in the Early Middle Ages)

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Florin Curta
The making of the Slavs:
history and archaeology of the Lower Danube Region, r. 500700
TABLES

Sources
Table 1 Sources of sources: origin of accounts

Eyewitness Possible contact Second-hand information
Strategikon Procopius Jordanes
George of Pisidia Pseudo-Caesarius Agathias
Chronicon Paschale Miracles of St Demetrius John Malalas
Theodore Syncellus   Menander the Guardsman
Theophylact Simocatta (Feldzugsjournal)   John of Ephesus
John of Biclar
Gregory the Great
Isidore of Seville
Fredegar

Table 2 Time-spans covered by sixth- and seventh-century sources
Years 500 525 550 575 600 625 650
Source  
Jordanes
Procopius
Agathias
John Malalas
Menander the Guardsman
John of Ephesus
John of Biclar
Evagrius
Theophylact Simocatta
Miracles I
Isidore of Seville
Chronicon Paschale
Fredegar
Miracles II

Table 3 Chronology of sources
Date Source Emperor
550/1 Jordanes, Getica Justinian
  Jordanes, Romana
  Procopius, Wars 1VII
  Procopius, Secret History
c. 554 Procopius, Wars viii
  Procopius, Buildings iv
c. 560 Pseudo-Caesarius
c. 56080 Agathias Justin II
c. 565-74 John Malalas
c. 570-9 Martin of Braga
 582-602 Menander the Guardsman Tiberius II
Maurice
c. 590 John of Ephesus
  John of Biclar
c. 592-602 Strategikon
c. 593 Evagrius
599/600 Gregory the Great
610-20 Miracles of St Demetrius 1 Phocas
Heraclius
626 George of Pisidia, Belhun Avaricum
629 George of Pisidia, Heraclias
630 Chronicon Paschale
c. 630 Isidore of Seville, Chronica Maiora I
c. 630 Theophylact Simocatta I
c. 62641 Theodore Syncellus
639-42 Jonas of Bobbio, Life ofSt Columbanus Constans II
c. 660 Fredegar
c. 690 Miracles of St Demetrius II Constantine IV
Justinian II

  Table 4 Raiding activity in the Balkans
Date Period Group Target Source
493 Bulgar Bulgars Thrace Paul the Deacon
499 Bulgars Europe Marcellinus Comes, Jordanes
502 Bulgars Thrace, Illyricum Marcellinus Conies, Theophanes
504/5 Ostrogoths Moesia Superior Jordanes, Procopius, Ennodius, Cassiodorus
505 Gepids (Mundo) Dacia Mediterranea Jordanes, Ennodius, Marcellinus Comes
518 Antes Balkans Procopius
519 Bulgars Illyricum Zonaras
526/7 Ostrogoths Dacia Mediterranea Procopius, Cassiodorus
529/30 Bulgars (Huns) Thrace Marcellinus Comes, John Malalas
533-45 Antes Thrace Procopius
535 Bulgars Moesia Inferior Marcellinus Comes
  Gepids Moesia Superior Procopius, John Lydus, Theophanes
539 Bulgars Scythia Minor, Moesia Inferior, Thrace John Malalas, Theophanes
540 Huns Illyricum, Europe, Asia Minor, Thessaly, Achaia Procopius
544/5 Huns Illyricum Procopius
545 Sclavenes Balkans Procopius
548 Sclavenes Epirus Nova Procopius
549 Sclavenes Thrace, Illyricum Procopius
550 Herules, Gepids, Bulgars Illyricum Procopius, Jordanes
  Sclavenes Dacia Mediterranea, Dalmatia Procopius
551 Cutrigurs Illyricum, Thrace Procopius
  Sclavenes Haemimons, Europe Procopius
  Sclavenes Illyricum Procopius
558 Cutrigurs, Sclavenes? Scythia Minor, Moesia Inferior, Achaia, Rhodope, Europe Agathias, John Malalas, Theophanes
574 Avar Avars Balkans Evagrius, Theophanes
578 Sclavenes Thrace, Greece Menander the Guardsman, John of Biclar
579 Sclavenes Illyricum Menander the Guardsman
57982 Avars Moesia Superior Menander the Guardsman
581 Avars Thrace, Greece John of Biclar
581-4 Sclavenes Greece, Macedonia, Thrace John of Ephesus, Miracles of St Demetrius
584 Avars Moesia Superior, Dacia Ripensis, Haemimons Theophylact Simocatta
  Sclavenes Thrace, Europe Theophylact Simocatta
585 Sclavenes Haemimons Theophylact Simocatta
585 Avars Dacia Ripensis, Moesia Inferior, Scythia Minor Theophylact Simocatta
586 Avars Scythia Minor, Moesia Inferior, Haemimons, Europe, Thrace, Macedonia, Achaia Theophylact Simocatta
  Sclavenes Macedonia Miracles of St Demetrius
588 Sclavenes Thrace Theophylact Simocatta
592 Avars Europe Theophylact Simocatta
593 Sclavenes Moesia Inferior Theophylact Simocatta
594 Sclavenes Moesia Inferior Theophylact Simocatta
595 Avars Moesia Superior, Dalmatia Theophylact Simocatta
597 Avars Dacia Ripensis, Moesia Inferior, Scythia Minor Theophylact Simocatta
598 Avars Moesia Inferior, Europe Theophylact Simocatta
601/2 Avars Istria Paul the Deacon
609/10 Avars Illyricum John of Nikiu
610/11 Sclavenes, Avars Istria Paul the Deacon
610-20 Sclavenes Thessaly, Greece, Cyclades, Achaia, Epiras, Illyricum, Asia Miracles of St Demetrius
615 Avars Dacia Mediterranea Miracles of St Demetrius
617/18 Avars Macedonia Miracles of St Demetrius
618 Avars Thrace Theophanes
623 Avars Europe Chronicon Paschale
626 Avars, Sclavenes, Bulgars  Europe Chronicon Paschale, George of Pisidia, Theodore Syncellus, Nicephoras
 
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