Völkerwanderung

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Völkerwanderung

(ˈfœlkərvandərʊŋ)
n
(Historical Terms) the migration of peoples, esp of Germanic and Slavic peoples into S and W Europe from 2nd to 11th centuries
[literally: nations wandering, German translation of Latin migrātiō gentium]
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Separate chapters are dedicated to the Roman province Dacia, the Migration Period and the period before the foundation of the state, the Kingdom of Hungary in the Middle Ages, the period of the independent principality after the Turkish conquest, the Habsburg Empire from 1690, Transylvania living on as part of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy from 1867, the territory which became part of Romania as of 1918, and the period leading through the fall of communism in 1990 to the present day.
The accumulated archaeological material and recent archaeological investigations, based on different theoretical approaches, highlighted obvious differences between the Late Roman and the Migration Period territorial coverage of the East Lithuanian barrows.
In fact, ANG's recent strike numbers show that nighttime strikes are more common than daytime strikes during the fall migration period, with 43 percent of reported strikes at night and 37 percent during the day.
Josh Staford examined radar data for eight years during the peak migration period of Oct.
As for his vision, Kaplan said that, "if syndication is the past, digital is the future," and "in this migration period from old media to new media," he sees NATPE as "the focal point for all: a place for people to meet and hear what's going on.
Now, what is happening to us is a migration period," the PM went on, then adding a few more comments about migration to Europe:"Hundreds of thousands of people - women, men, children - are fleeing the yatagan [an Ottoman sabre used a lot in the Balkans against infidels in the lands which were under the Empire's rule].
Such as all anatidae, the common shelduck Tadorna tadorna grouped in the middle of the site during the post- migration period and exhibit a gregarious behavior [27, 29, 30, 32, and 21].
During the migration period, treasurers had the opportunity to work with divisions and units where the treasurer previously had little contact, and this shows the advantages that could be accrued across the organization.
In his letter to Major-General Richard Cripwell, Commander of the British Forces in Cyprus, Charles calls for the acacia groves to be removed from British ministry of defence land by the start of the autumn migration period in September.
However, migration at Grouse Mountain was nearly 1 mo later than the autumn migration period observed by Baerwald (2008) for Hoary Bats in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains of southwestern Alberta, suggesting different migration patterns east and west of the Rocky Mountains.
The bodies belonged to the Migration Period (400 to 800 AD) in Scandinavia when it was customary to burn the dead.
The company cautions that those who do not begin the migration period now could overshoot the April 8 deadline next year and end up with machines that can suddenly become a huge cost centre instead of being assets for the company.