4 edition of Outlines of Flemish husbandry found in the catalog.
Tables.Includes index.Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the National Library of Canada. Ottawa : Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions, 1983.
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|Pagination||xvi, 58 p. :|
|Number of Pages||89|
|2||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 39411|
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Outlines of comparative philology, with a sketch of the languages of Europe. Religion [ ] Main article: Religion was an important aspect of Polabian society.
The campaign did secure Saxon control of andhowever. The Slavic language was spoken by the descendants of the Drevani in the area of the lower Elbe until the early 18th century. public libraries use Dewey, and nearly all of the others, the OCLC says, use a closely related Library of Congress system. — Law of the Roman Catholic Church. The tribes were gradually and assimilated in the following centuries; the are Outlines of Flemish husbandry only descendants of the Polabian Slavs to have retained their identity and culture.
The classifies the Polabian Slavs in three main tribes, thetheand the. On the middle lived the Leubuzzi, who were associated with medieval Poland. Thealso known as the Liutizians or Wilzians, included the Kessiner, Chyzzini along the lower Warnow and ; the Zirzipanen between the, and Rivers; the Tollenser east and south of the Peene along the River; and the Redarier south and east of the on the upper.
East of the Hevelli lived the of the lower and rivers.
— — — since 1830 — - — : Old Icelandic and Old Norwegian — Modern — — — —• Other tribes associated with the confederation include the Linones nearthe Travnjane near theand the in the and the northern. Similar to Henry's reinstatement of Pribislav as a Saxon vassal, Valdemar allowed the Rani prince to rule as a Christian Danish vassal. The Danes occupied in 1168, conquering the stronghold of. Small groups of West Slavs also lived on the and the near and in northeastern.
External links [ ] has the text of the article. Some Slavs advanced across the Elbe into Outlines of Flemish husbandry territory, but retreated when the Christian Duke of Poland,attacked them from the east.a Christian prince of thebequeathed his lands to the Saxon upon his death, thereby leading to the establishment of the.