Re: [tied] Still on Sarmatians, Alans and Antes ...

From: WtsDv@...
Message: 7382
Date: 2001-05-24

The book that you're talking about might be
"A History of the Alans in the West" by
Bernard S. Bachrach. If so, I have a copy.

--- In cybalist@..., "Steve Woodson" <wood2@...> wrote:
> Alberto,
> I know that this won't be of much help but here goes. I once
had a
> book on Alan settlements in France. Sadly, it has disappeared. It
was a
> small book with maps of many villages, clustered in a general area,
all with
> the name Alan in them (eg. Alanville). I've missed this book many
> over the years. Also I've read about Hun settlements in the area of
> Pont-l'Abbe in southern Brittany.
> Steve
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Alberto Manzoni" <ailbhe_cormac@...>
> To: <cybalist@...>
> Sent: Wednesday, May 23, 2001 2:58 AM
> Subject: [tied] Still on Sarmatians, Alans and Antes ...
> Thanks for the useful replies. I am still here trying to 'fill' my
> ignorance with another couple of questions.
> I have read about the military settlement of some Alan tribes (or
> generally sarmatian tribes) in Armorica thanks to Aetius or a
> predecessor in order to fight against -or, at least, contain- the
> Bacaudae. Does anyone knows something about them, their sors, and,
> maybe, any study on local history and dialects?
> Second; I am very interesting in the ethno-origin of the Slav (and
> Baltic) tribes and peoples in which nomad peoples (such as
> tout-cour, Alans, Kutrigurs, Outigurs and the summentioned Antes or
> Anti) had an important rĂ´le. I read about the branches of the Polish
> and their tribal component and White and Black Croatian (already
> spoken about the origin of the Hrvat name), original Serbian (Srpsk
> vs Sorabians; I also read about the 'Sabiri' as a leading, ruling
> caste between them, and these last as being, their name, the western
> form of Hsien-pi, a people which invaded Northern China after the
> fall) and others. What I wanted to ask you, is a panorama of these
> melting pots (and their proves) and if there are historical proofs
> linguistic relics, texts to confirm these assertions or hypotesis.
> Especially, I am interetsed in the Antes historical disappear.
> Thanks ... for tolerance and patient too!
> Alberto
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