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  2. Split, Croatia - Wikipedia,_Croatia

    Split became a Byzantine city. Later it drifted into the sphere of the Republic of Venice and the Kingdom of Croatia, with the Byzantines retaining nominal suzerainty.

  3. History of Croatia - Wikipedia

    Roman expansion Before the Roman expansion, the eastern Adriatic coast formed the northern part [10] of the Illyrian kingdom from the 4th century BC to the Illyrian Wars in the 220s BC. In 168 BC, the Roman Republic established its protectorate south of the Neretva river.

  4. Vlachs - Wikipedia

    Vlach ( English: / ˈvlɑːx / or / ˈvlæk / ), also Wallachian (and many other variants [1] ), is a term and exonym used from the Middle Ages until the Modern Era to designate speakers of Eastern Romance languages living in Southeast Europe — south of the Danube (the Balkan peninsula) and north of the Danube which includes the Romanians. [2]

  5. Origin of the Romanians - Wikipedia

    Prehistory Antiquity Middle Ages ( Early) Early Modern Times National Awakening Kingdom of Romania Socialist Republic of Romania Post-Revolution By topic By historical region Romania portal v t e Several theories, in great extent mutually exclusive, address the issue of the origin of the Romanians.

  6. Gediminas | Dafato - it's a Fact

    Gediminas Eumenis Megalopoulos | Dec 11, 2023 Table of Content. Summary; Family origins; Grand Duke of Lithuania; Death and succession; In Belarus; Sources; Summary. Gediminas, italianized to Gedimino (c. 1275 - Vilnius, 1341), was grand duke of Lithuania from 1316 until his death.

  7. Argentinian President Javier Milei inaugurated; Prime ...

    Argentinian President Javier Milei inaugurated; Prime Minister Viktor Orbán met with Volodymyr Zelenskyy (Prime Minister of Hungary) News; Wikipedia; Public Technologies 2023-12-