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IMPACT
PART
TRACE MIGRATIONS
MIGRATIONS POPULATIONS
MAIN MIGRATIONS
LARGE MIGRATIONS
INTERCONTINENTAL MIGRATIONS
LENGTHY MIGRATIONS
HUMPBACK WHALES MAKES LONG
EASTWARD MIGRATIONS
FURTHER MIGRATIONS
EXTENSIVE SEASONAL MIGRATIONS
MASSIVE MIGRATIONS
SEVERAL MIGRATIONS
BANTU MIGRATIONS
POWERFUL PERSONALITIES
SUBSEQUENT MIGRATIONS
GERMANIC MIGRATIONS
INDO-EUROPEAN MIGRATIONS
HUMAN MIGRATIONS
MASS MIGRATIONS
GREAT MIGRATIONS
SEASONAL MIGRATIONS
ANNUAL MIGRATIONS
ANIMALS
LIVING
AREA
FIRST
LANGUAGE
ROME
PHILIPPINES
HISTORY
TIME
MIDDLE EAST
DISTRIBUTION
FREQUENCIES
ARCHAEOLOGICAL
ITALY
REGION
RESULT
BRONZE AGE
CENTRAL EUROPE
ASIA
CENTRAL ASIA
SAXONS
LOMBARDS
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Definitions

  1. The migrations were certainly not a sudden, concerted military operation, but the expansion of disconnected tribes and cultures, spanning many generations. (Web site)
  2. Such migrations were in mythological times, and well before historical records.
  3. These migrations are believed to have taken place between the summer rainfall Nama Karoo and southern Kalahari, to the winter rainfall Succulent Karoo. (Web site)
  4. Long migrations are much easier through steppe land. (Web site)
  5. These migrations were of particular significance to Macedonia's economic development. (Web site)

Impact

  1. From Amman to Beirut and Damascus, Deborah Amos follows the impact of one of the great migrations of modern times. (Web site)

Part

  1. Since the Nilgiris formed part of the Mysore state domains till 1799, the question of the migrations of the Badagas to the Nilgiris, does not arise. (Web site)

Trace Migrations

  1. Archaelogists can trace migrations into Romania and south to Turkey. (Web site)

Migrations Populations

  1. Due to recent migrations populations of Hindus, Moros, and Chinese have also been present in urban areas. (Web site)

Main Migrations

  1. Pre-Roman tribes in Portugal and their main migrations: Turduli in red, Celtic in brown and Lusitanian in blue.

Large Migrations

  1. The British Empire was also responsible for large migrations of peoples.
  2. Over the course of prehistoric time and in history, humans have been known to make large migrations.

Intercontinental Migrations

  1. Europe has been influenced by both intra- and intercontinental migrations.

Lengthy Migrations

  1. They often spend summers feeding in polar waters and undertake lengthy migrations towards the Equator as winter arrives.

Humpback Whales Makes Long

  1. The north Pacific population of humpback whales makes long distance migrations. (Web site)

Eastward Migrations

  1. Whatever their roots, the people whose pottery served as signposts of their eastward migrations eventually abandoned the elaborate Lapita style. (Web site)

Further Migrations

  1. It was this displacement which led to further migrations of assorted Germanic tribes into Spain and even as far as North Africa. (Web site)

Extensive Seasonal Migrations

  1. He details the incredible range of humpbacks, which inhabit all the world's oceans, along with their extensive seasonal migrations.

Massive Migrations

  1. There is no question that massive migrations of merging cultures actually occurred, mostly from west to east, across the Pacific Ocean. (Web site)
  2. As such, the 'Flight of the Wild Geese' represents one of the most massive migrations in the history of Ireland. (Web site)

Several Migrations

  1. Most of the Gbe peoples have come from the east to their present dwelling-places in several migrations between the tenth and the fifteenth century. (Web site)
  2. Wurm has suggested that the Papuan languages represent several migrations into New Guinea and thus aren't necessarily all related to each other.

Bantu Migrations

  1. From here, Bantu migrations into eastern, southern, and central Africa are believed to have originated about 2,000 years ago. (Web site)
  2. They were largely replaced by Bantu tribes during Bantu migrations, though small numbers of Khoisan remain in parts of southern Angola to the present day.

Powerful Personalities

  1. Geiseric, one of the most powerful personalities of the "era of the Migrations" died at a great age on 25 January 477.
  2. Decline Geiseric, one of the most powerful personalities of the era of the Migrations, had been the terror of the seas.

Subsequent Migrations

  1. Nowadays it remains most common in the far north of Europe, where the Mesolithic population has been least affected by subsequent migrations. (Web site)

Germanic Migrations

  1. German historians of the 19th century referred to these Germanic migrations as the Völkerwanderung, the migrations of the peoples.
  2. People under similar names were key elements of the Germanic migrations. (Web site)
  3. During the later age of Germanic migrations, the Harudes do not appear in Jutland. (Web site)

Indo-European Migrations

  1. The Celts are also descended from another wave of Indo-European migrations. (Web site)

Human Migrations

  1. The island of Timor was originally populated as part of the human migrations that have shaped Australasia more generally.

Mass Migrations

  1. Salmon are known for their mass migrations from the ocean to natal streams where they breed and subsequently die. (Web site)

Great Migrations

  1. The "Getica" of Jordanes is also an important source of history and it gives a good description about the Goths during the Great Migrations.
  2. To understand the Komondor, we must begin our story with the great migrations that took place almost one thousand years ago. (Web site)
  3. This is because of the great migrations across Europe.

Seasonal Migrations

  1. Although there is little evidence of seasonal migrations, anglers find concentrations of red drum in rivers and tidal creeks during the winter.
  2. MIGRATION Orcas don't make long, seasonal migrations. (Web site)
  3. Humpback whales make seasonal migrations between high-latitude feeding areas and low-latitude wintering areas where they mate and give birth.

Annual Migrations

  1. Many of the baleen whale species make annual migrations to breeding grounds in tropical or sub-tropical waters. (Web site)
  2. Annual migrations of up to 25,000 km (16,000 miles) are typical, making it one of the most well-travelled of any mammalian species. (Web site)

Animals

  1. Migrations of animals may be seen as a natural way of population control, for the food on land is more abundant on some seasons.

Living

  1. In places where the animals are living at the extremes of the species' range, seasonal migrations have been noted.
  2. The migrations had not begun and the original tribes were for the most part still living in their classical lands.
  3. The Balts preserved archaic forms, living a secluded life in the forests, removed from major routes of many subsequent migrations. (Web site)

Area

  1. During the Roman era the area saw many migrations and attacks from the east. (Web site)
  2. There were many migrations in the area during this period.
  3. The Oromo migrations that followed the Imam's defeat had cut off these old relationships and had drastically changed the demographics of the area. (Web site)

First

  1. The first two migrations were restricted to Roman Catholics, but the third was also open to Protestants. (Web site)
  2. It is believed that the first known Macedonian center before the eastward migrations, was Rupishcha (Argos), located about eight kilometers south of Kostur.

Language

  1. The migrations to the north which caused a clash with the anatolian & other populations gave the final form to this language. (Web site)

Rome

  1. Migrations in great numbers were also made from thence to Rome, chiefly by the parents and relatives of the ravished women.
  2. On the other hand there were numerous migrations to Rome mostly of the parents and relatives of the abducted maidens.

Philippines

  1. Migrations from Cebu, Bohol, and Negros Oriental mostly to Mindanao and vice versa increase the Cebuano-speaking population of the Philippines.
  2. There has also been a lot of migrations of Visayans to other parts of the Philippines and abroad. (Web site)

History

  1. There is more information on the historical context of these migrations in History of Greece.
  2. Think on topics related to history, wars, economy, migrations, ideology and politics, soccer, religion and folklore, and so on.
  3. In Iraq, tribal authority once again dominated; the history of nineteenth-century Iraq is a chronicle of tribal migrations and of conflict. (Web site)

Time

  1. These include the annual migrations as well as local movements when the belugas stay in an area for some time.
  2. In time, with enough migrations, a single language can evolve into an entire family of languages. (Web site)
  3. The dispersion of parasites in time can be used to trace migrations of their human hosts (Manter 1967, Araújo et al. (Web site)

Middle East

  1. It has been suggested that the earliest migrations (through Middle East (Cro magnon in Levant c. (Web site)
  2. Less than 20% are descended in the female line from Neolithic farmers from the Middle East and from subsequent migrations.

Distribution

  1. Another marker that closely corresponds to Kurgan migrations is distribution of blood group B allele, mapped by Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza.

Frequencies

  1. Bowhead whales vocalize when on migrations, mostly between the frequencies of 50-300 Hertz. (Web site)

Archaeological

  1. The archaeological evidence of the culture and its migrations, has been closely tied to the evidence from linguistics. (Web site)
  2. There is archaeological and historical evidence of continued contacts between the Goths and the Scandinavians during their migrations.

Italy

  1. They, too, were a Western people, who probably came to Italy during the same Indo-European migrations. (Web site)

Region

  1. The Hamangia culture disappeared in the fifth millennium BC, when migrations brought new cultures into the region between the Balkans and Carpathians.
  2. Between A.D. 100 and A.D. 900, Goths and nomadic Huns, Avars, and Magyars passed through the region in their migrations. (Web site)

Result

  1. After 1945, as the result of mass education and mass migrations, standard Polish became far more homogeneous, although regional dialects persist.

Bronze Age

  1. Pelasgians, apparently a north Aegean people scattered throughout Greece by the migrations of the Bronze Age and preserving a common, non-Greek language. (Web site)

Central Europe

  1. However, there is no support for recent migrations from Siberia and Central Europe.
  2. Barbarian mercenaries regularly served in Mediterranean armies, and Celtic migrations from central Europe are known into Italy in the fourth century b.c.

Asia

  1. The history of the Ottoman Dynasty can be traced to the Turkic migrations from Asia, which began during the 10th century.
  2. Origins The ancestry of the Ottoman Dynasty is traced to the Turkic migrations from Asia, which began during the 10th century. (Web site)

Central Asia

  1. During the collapse of the Hun Empire in Europe, a new wave of tribal migrations started in Central Asia. (Web site)
  2. This long history, which started in Central Asia, spread to all the major continents of the Old World as a result of great migrations.

Saxons

  1. Location of the Angles, Saxons and Jutes before their migrations to Britain.

Lombards

  1. His end also represents the death of the last of the line of the hero-kings that had led the Lombards through their migrations from the Elba to Italy.

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