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Title: The Medieval Slovakia and Croatia as a Second Homeland of Nobility and Peoples from the Rus’ (13th–14th)
Authors: Vološčuk, Miroslav
Keywords: Middle ages, migrations, population from rus’, nobility, regions of slovakia and Croatia
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Department of Slovak History at the Faculty of Philosophy of Comenius University
Citation: Slovensko a Chorvátsko. Historické paralely a vsťahy (do roku 1780) / [vedecká redakcia Martin Homza, Ján Lukačka, Neven Budak]. Bratislava: Published by Department of Slovak History at the Faculty of Philosophy of Comenius University, 2013. P. 130–135
Abstract: Active processes of migration (on the individual and the group level) were characteristic of Russian-Hungarian relations during the entire Middle Ages. Some communities from Rus’ left for the Hungarian Kingdom, including the Balkans and north-eastern counties (in modern Slovakia). There were many such people. Most of them were free setlers, they were often representatives of the nobility and were close to the king and the royal family. For example, the sources mention the following people: Posillo Rusinich (near Zadar), Ladislas Ruthenus (comitatus nitriensis), Maladik Rutenus (comitatus thurociensis), Myculay flius Rutheni (comitatus scepusiensis), Orosz (ruthenus) Jakab (comitatu sarusiensis), magister Petrus dictus orrus (comitatu Posoniensis) and others. Among these immigrants there were also princes: the sons of Galician prince Vladimir Yaroslavovich (in the late 1180s), Rostislav Mikhailovich – the prince of Galicia (after 1243) and others
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