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The Slavs

Author: Marija Gimbutas
Publisher: New York, Praeger [1971]
Series: Ancient peoples and places (Praeger), v. 74.
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A discussion of the origins and early migrations of the Slavic peoples, in terms of social structure, religions, and culture.
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Gimbutas, Marija, 1921-1994.
Slavs.
New York, Praeger [1971]
(OCoLC)563092341
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marija Gimbutas
OCLC Number: 142476
Description: 240 pages illustrations, maps, plates 21 cm.
Contents: I. Origins --
Ii. The North Carpathian culture during the Bronze and early Iron Ages --
Chronological outline --
Settlement patterns --
Metallurgy --
Pottery --
Funeral practices --
III. Slavic tribal names in historic records of the first centuries AD --
IV. The proto-Slavs during the Sarmatian and Gotho-Gepid expansions --
The westward expansion of the Sarmatians --
The Zarubinets Complex, 200 BC --
AD 100 --
The Goths north of the Black Sea and the Chernjakhovo Complex --
Old Germanic loan words in Slavic --
V. The recovery, early Slavic settlement in the Ukraine and Russia --
VI. Slavic migrations to Central Europe and the Balkan Peninsula --
Historical evidence --
Linguistic evidence --
Archaeological evidence --
VII. Social structure --
The join family --
Kinship terminology --
Social organization --
VIII. Religion --
Temples --
Gods and their functions.
Series Title: Ancient peoples and places (Praeger), v. 74.
Responsibility: [by] Marija Gimbutas.

Abstract:

A discussion of the origins and early migrations of the Slavic peoples, in terms of social structure, religions, and culture.

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List of illustrations … 7 Preface … 12 Introduction … 14 I. ORIGINS … 17 II. THE NORTH CARPATHIAN CULTURE DURING THE BRONZE AND EARLY IRON AGES … 27 Chronological outline … 27 Settlement patterns … 55 Metallurgy … 56 Pottery … 56 Funeral practices … 57 III. SLAVIC TRIBAL NAMES IN HISTORIC RECORDS OF THE FIRST CENTURIES AD … 58 IV. THE PROTO-SLAVS DURING THE SARMATIAN AND GOTHO-GEPID EXPANSIONS … 63 The westward expansion of the Sarmatians … 63 The Zarubinets Complex, 200 BC – AD 100 The Goths north of the Black Sea and the Chernjakhovo Complex … 67 Old Germanic loan words in Slavic V. THE RECOVERY. EARLY SLAVIC SETTLEMENT IN THE UKRAINE AND RUSSIA … 80 VI. SLAVIC MIGRATIONS TO CENTRAL EUROPE AND THE BALKAN PENINSULA … 98 Historical evidence … 98 Linguistic evidence … 108 Archaeological evidence … 109 VII. SOCIAL STRUCTURE … 133 The joint family … 133 Kinship terminology … 137 Social organization … 140 VIII. RELIGION … 151 Temples … 151 Gods and their functions … 159 Notes on the text … 171 Select bibliography … 189 Sources of illustrations … 195 The plates … 197 Notes on the plates … 229 Index … 234

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