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Monday, January 29, 2018

Несторовата хроника

4.2. Најраните преселби на Словените.
Сите наши сознанија за преселбите на Словените се засновани според пишувањата на Калуѓерот Нестор и на некои други писатели од северот .
Тие зборат  за движења на Словените од југ кон север,од древна Сиавија во регионот на Дунав кон модерна Полска и СССР,каде што од околните народи  се наречени Венеди и Анти.Ова мора да се случувало во времето на почетоците на христијанството кога армиите на Августин го нападнале,окупирале и заробиле домородното население во дунавскиот регион,предизвикувајќи ги придвижувањата кон север.

2.2.Не постојат запишани сведоштва за движење во обратен правец
4.2. The earliest Slavic migrations. All our knowledge on migrations of the Slavs as a people is derived from the Monk Nestor and other northern medieval Slavic writers. They speak of a veritable Vdlkerwanderung of Slavic tribesfrom south to north, from Siavia antiqua in the Danube Basin to modern Poland and the USSR, where they came to be known as Venedi and Antae by others. This must have occurred at the dawn of the Christian era when Augustus' armies invaded, conquered and enslaved the native peoples of the Danube Basin, causing a northward shifting of the population.

 22 There is no written evidence upon which to imagine a migration of Slavic tribes in the opposite direction, from Venedia and Antia into Siavia antiqua. Furthermore, the hypothesized migration of Slavic tribes from beyond the Carpathians to the Danube Basin and from there (or even directly) to the Balkan Peninsula has no basis in the sources and cannot be confirmed either by linguistics or archeology.
Z3 The manner in which the Slavs conquered the Balkan Peninsula from the Romans and attached it to their Danubian Basin Siavia is similar to that in which the Romans had a few centuries earlier conquered the same area from its native inhabitants and attached it to their empire. Therefore, just as scholars do not argue that a migration of Romans to the Balkan Peninsula and the Danube Basin was the cause of the emergence there of Romance speaking popUlations, but operate with such concepts as "Roman conquest" and subsequent "Romanization" of the area, they should admit that the transformation of the same region into Siavia was a result of conquest by the armies of Sklabenofl Sclaveni and a subsequent Siavization of the conquered territory. 24 To conclude, the only historically attested Slavic migration took place at the beginning of the Christian era when masses of ancestors of later Transcarpathian Slavs moved northward under Roman pressurure.."



Jakov Bacic "SLAV: THE ORIGIN AND MEANING OF THE ETHNONYM",    Slovene Studies University of Southern Mississipi. (1987),  9(1/2): page...  33-. 

https://journals.lib.washington.edu/index.php/ssj/article/viewFile/3678/3090