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English: Southeastern Europe c. 520 AD. The Byzantine Empire, Ostrogothic kingdom, and 'barbarian' polities.
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Source Own work. Original map template created by Andrei Nacu (talk · contribs). Sources for barbarian groupings in Middle Danube. The Survival of Roman Settlement along the Middle Danube: Pannonia from the Fourth to the Tenth Century AD. Neil Christie Issue. Oxford Journal of Archaeology 11; 3, 317–339). Information for barbarians lower Danube: The Making of the Slavs: History and Archaeology of the Lower Danube Region, C.500-700 Florin Curta, Cambridge University Press, 2001.
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