> In the 4th c. BC Celtic settlers appeared in southern Poland,According to what I've read on the topic thus far, the Przeworsk
>bringing La Tene traditions with them. They were soon followed by
>the Germani: the Bastarnae and the Skiri migrated towards Ukraine
>and Moldova, and from the end of the 3rd c. BC onwards the Celtic-
>influenced but predominantly Germanic (Vandalic) Lugian federation,
>associated with the Przeworsk culture, established itself in the
>Polish lowlands (except for the Baltic coast, dominated by other
>Germanic tribes, precursors of the Goths).
>What's certain is that the Germanic inhabitants of Poland began toIt seems poor Slavs were quite often named according to the
>apply the name "Wened/Winid" to their *new* eastern neighbours --
>the Slavs living east of the Przeworsk cultural area.
>Note that as far as is known no Slavs have ever applied that name toOne of the etymologies of Old Russian V'atichi 'nom. prop. of a