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==Chronology==
 
==Chronology==
 
===Origins of Breislandic tribes===
 
===Origins of Breislandic tribes===
Breislandic peoples moved out of [[Kvenland]] and [[Hermonia]] to the adjacent lands between the [[??]] and [[??]] after 1000 BC. The first wave moved westward and northward (pushing the resident Celts north to the [[??]] by about 300 BC), moving into northern Hermonia up to the [[Mesogean League|Mesogean]] province of [[Alava (Mesogean province)|Alava]] by 145 BC, where they were stopped by [[some Mesogean peeps]]. A later wave of Breislandic tribes migrated eastward and northward from Kvenland between 600 and 300 BC to the eastern side of the [[mountains]], moving up the [[??]] near the [[???]].
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Breislandic peoples moved out of [[Kvenland]] and [[Hermonia]] to the adjacent lands between the [[??]] and [[??]] after 1000 BC. The first wave moved westward and northward (pushing the resident Celts north to the [[??]] by about 300 BC), moving into northern Hermonia up to the [[Mesogean League|Mesogean]] province of [[Sarta (Mesogean province)|Sarta]] by 145 BC, where they were stopped by [[some Mesogean peeps]]. A later wave of Breislandic tribes migrated eastward and northward from Kvenland between 600 and 300 BC to the eastern side of the [[mountains]], moving up the [[??]] near the [[???]].
  
 
===First phase===
 
===First phase===
The first phase of migrations, occurring between a.d. 300 and 500, is partly documented by [[Ancient Aetolia|Aetolian]] and [[Mesogean League|Mesogean]] historians but difficult to verify archaeologically. It put Breislandic peoples in control of most areas of the then-Mesogean provinces. The [[??]] entered [[Mesogean League|Mesogean]] territory in 376. The Tervingi rebelled, and the Visigoths, a group derived either from the Tervingi eventually invaded [[Echia (Mesogean province)|Echia]] and sacked [[Perusia]] and [[Aquileia]] in 410, before settling in [[Procenia]], [[Transonensis]], [[Mirandensis]] and [[Alava]], founding a kingdom that lasted for 250 years. They were followed into Mesogean territory first by a confederation of Herulian, Rugian, and Scirian warriors, and later by the Ostrogoths who settled in Echia. In [[Limonensis]], [[Armorica]] and [[Nostranensis]] the [[Franks]] entered Mesogean lands gradually during the 5th century, and after consolidating power, established themselves as rulers of these lands. Fending off challenges from the Ostrogoths, Burgundians, and Visigoths, the Frankish kingdom became the nucleus of the future [[Moselle]]. The initial Ingvaeonic settlement of [[Mercia]] occurred during the fifth century. The Burgundians settled in [[Raetia]] and [[Histria]] in the 5th century. The large [[Vasaras Empire]] attempted to invade the [[Dinarides]] in the early 5th century but failed twice.
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The first phase of migrations, occurring between a.d. 300 and 500, is partly documented by [[Ancient Aetolia|Aetolian]] and [[Mesogean League|Mesogean]] historians but difficult to verify archaeologically. It put Breislandic peoples in control of most areas of the then-Mesogean provinces. The [[??]] entered [[Mesogean League|Mesogean]] territory in 376. The Tervingi rebelled, and the Visigoths, a group derived either from the Tervingi eventually invaded [[Echia (Mesogean province)|Echia]] and sacked [[Perusia]] and [[Aquileia]] in 410, before settling in [[Procenia]], [[Transonensis]], [[Mirandensis]] and [[Sarta]], founding a kingdom that lasted for 250 years. They were followed into Mesogean territory first by a confederation of Herulian, Rugian, and Scirian warriors, and later by the Ostrogoths who settled in Echia. In [[Limonensis]], [[Armorica]] and [[Nostranensis]] the [[Franks]] entered Mesogean lands gradually during the 5th century, and after consolidating power, established themselves as rulers of these lands. Fending off challenges from the Ostrogoths, Burgundians, and Visigoths, the Frankish kingdom became the nucleus of the future [[Moselle]]. The initial Ingvaeonic settlement of [[Mercia]] occurred during the fifth century. The Burgundians settled in [[Raetia]] and [[Histria]] in the 5th century. The large [[Vasaras Empire]] attempted to invade the [[Dinarides]] in the early 5th century but failed twice.
  
 
===Second phase===
 
===Second phase===
 
The second phase took place between 500 and 900 and saw Slavic tribes settling in central and eastern Illypnia (notably in eastern Hermonia), gradually making it predominantly Slavic. Additionally, Turkic tribes such as the Scythians became involved in this phase. In 567, the Scythians destroyed much of the  Kingdom. The Lombards, a Breislandic people, settled in [[Medionensis (Mesogean province)|Medionensis]] with their Herulian, Suebian, Gepid, Thuringian, Scythian, Sarmatian and Saxon allies in the 6th century. They were later followed by the Bavarians and the Irmionic Franks, who conquered and ruled most of former province. The Scythians, originally a Turkic group from [[Western Fosia]], had occupied the [[Shaukar region]] since the second century, but after, pushed by other Turkics, the majority of them migrated west and dominated Aetolian territories along the upper [[Mondego River|Mondego]] in the seventh century.
 
The second phase took place between 500 and 900 and saw Slavic tribes settling in central and eastern Illypnia (notably in eastern Hermonia), gradually making it predominantly Slavic. Additionally, Turkic tribes such as the Scythians became involved in this phase. In 567, the Scythians destroyed much of the  Kingdom. The Lombards, a Breislandic people, settled in [[Medionensis (Mesogean province)|Medionensis]] with their Herulian, Suebian, Gepid, Thuringian, Scythian, Sarmatian and Saxon allies in the 6th century. They were later followed by the Bavarians and the Irmionic Franks, who conquered and ruled most of former province. The Scythians, originally a Turkic group from [[Western Fosia]], had occupied the [[Shaukar region]] since the second century, but after, pushed by other Turkics, the majority of them migrated west and dominated Aetolian territories along the upper [[Mondego River|Mondego]] in the seventh century.
  
During the [[Eastern Wars]], [[Vasaras Empire|Vasaras]] and later [[Parani Empire|Parani]] armies attempted to invade northern and central Illypnia via [[Northeastern Illypnia]] during the late seventh and early eighth centuries, but were defeated by the [[Aetolians]]. During the [[Vasaras–Parani Wars]], Vasaras stopped the Parani expansion across the [[Kasus]] (7th and 8th centuries). At the same time, the Parani invaded the Visigothic [[Kingdom of Alava]], before being halted. These battles broadly demarcated religious frontiers for the next millennium. The following centuries saw the Parani successful in conquering half of the [[Vasaras Empire]] by 902, conventionally marking the last large movement of the period.
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During the [[Eastern Wars]], [[Vasaras Empire|Vasaras]] and later [[Parani Empire|Parani]] armies attempted to invade northern and central Illypnia via [[Northeastern Illypnia]] during the late seventh and early eighth centuries, but were defeated by the [[Aetolians]]. During the [[Vasaras–Parani Wars]], Vasaras stopped the Parani expansion across the [[Kasus]] (7th and 8th centuries). At the same time, the Parani invaded the Visigothic [[Kingdom of Sarta]], before being halted. These battles broadly demarcated religious frontiers for the next millennium. The following centuries saw the Parani successful in conquering half of the [[Vasaras Empire]] by 902, conventionally marking the last large movement of the period.
  
 
===Third phase===
 
===Third phase===

Revision as of 07:38, 24 October 2016

The Age of Migrations, also known as the Völkerwanderung (Breislandic), was a period of large-scale migrations with or without accompanying invasions or war in Illypnia. It is often defined as starting from the period when it seriously impacted the Mesogean world, running from about 300 to 1300 AD during the transition from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages. This period was marked by profound changes around Illypnia. The first people movements were Breislandic tribes such as the Goths, Vandals, Angles, Saxons, Lombards, Suebi, Frisii, Jutes and Franks; they were later pushed westwards by the Huns, Avars, Slavs, Scythians and Alans; and the Turkics and Mongols eventually invaded as well, settling part of the continent or pushing peoples in various directions.

Chronology

Origins of Breislandic tribes

Breislandic peoples moved out of Kvenland and Hermonia to the adjacent lands between the ?? and ?? after 1000 BC. The first wave moved westward and northward (pushing the resident Celts north to the ?? by about 300 BC), moving into northern Hermonia up to the Mesogean province of Sarta by 145 BC, where they were stopped by some Mesogean peeps. A later wave of Breislandic tribes migrated eastward and northward from Kvenland between 600 and 300 BC to the eastern side of the mountains, moving up the ?? near the ???.

First phase

The first phase of migrations, occurring between a.d. 300 and 500, is partly documented by Aetolian and Mesogean historians but difficult to verify archaeologically. It put Breislandic peoples in control of most areas of the then-Mesogean provinces. The ?? entered Mesogean territory in 376. The Tervingi rebelled, and the Visigoths, a group derived either from the Tervingi eventually invaded Echia and sacked Perusia and Aquileia in 410, before settling in Procenia, Transonensis, Mirandensis and Sarta, founding a kingdom that lasted for 250 years. They were followed into Mesogean territory first by a confederation of Herulian, Rugian, and Scirian warriors, and later by the Ostrogoths who settled in Echia. In Limonensis, Armorica and Nostranensis the Franks entered Mesogean lands gradually during the 5th century, and after consolidating power, established themselves as rulers of these lands. Fending off challenges from the Ostrogoths, Burgundians, and Visigoths, the Frankish kingdom became the nucleus of the future Moselle. The initial Ingvaeonic settlement of Mercia occurred during the fifth century. The Burgundians settled in Raetia and Histria in the 5th century. The large Vasaras Empire attempted to invade the Dinarides in the early 5th century but failed twice.

Second phase

The second phase took place between 500 and 900 and saw Slavic tribes settling in central and eastern Illypnia (notably in eastern Hermonia), gradually making it predominantly Slavic. Additionally, Turkic tribes such as the Scythians became involved in this phase. In 567, the Scythians destroyed much of the Kingdom. The Lombards, a Breislandic people, settled in Medionensis with their Herulian, Suebian, Gepid, Thuringian, Scythian, Sarmatian and Saxon allies in the 6th century. They were later followed by the Bavarians and the Irmionic Franks, who conquered and ruled most of former province. The Scythians, originally a Turkic group from Western Fosia, had occupied the Shaukar region since the second century, but after, pushed by other Turkics, the majority of them migrated west and dominated Aetolian territories along the upper Mondego in the seventh century.

During the Eastern Wars, Vasaras and later Parani armies attempted to invade northern and central Illypnia via Northeastern Illypnia during the late seventh and early eighth centuries, but were defeated by the Aetolians. During the Vasaras–Parani Wars, Vasaras stopped the Parani expansion across the Kasus (7th and 8th centuries). At the same time, the Parani invaded the Visigothic Kingdom of Sarta, before being halted. These battles broadly demarcated religious frontiers for the next millennium. The following centuries saw the Parani successful in conquering half of the Vasaras Empire by 902, conventionally marking the last large movement of the period.

Third phase

The third phase took place between 900 and 1300, Mongols and Turkics invaded eastern Illypnia, profoundly marking the continent. Certainly identified Turkic tribes were known by the 6th century and by the 10th century most of Western Fosia was settled by Turkic tribes. The ??? dynasty invaded the Vasaras Empire starting in the 11th century, ultimately resulting in permanent Turkic settlement in Salutia. Meanwhile, other Turkic tribes either ultimately formed independent nations, such as Sayastan, Samarstan and Comania or formed enclaves within other nations, such as Äynu, Chuvashia and Khorasani. Turkic peoples also survived in their original range, such as Galastan, the Yakut, the Tuvan, the Altay, the Dolgan, as well as in other scattered places of Southeastern Fosia. The Mongol invasion of Illypnia in the 13th century involved the severe and rampant destruction of East Slavic principalities and major cities. Mongol invasions also affected Central Illypnia, warring with Moranitra and causing the fragmentation of Kalinovia.