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{{Not to be confused|Early Slavs}}{{Redirect|Slav}}File:Slavic World updated.png|alt=|thumb|325px|World map of countries with: {{legend|#008000|Majority Slavic ethnicities}} {{legend|#22B14C|Minority Slavic populations (|date=2013|title=Contemporary paternal genetic landscape of Polish and German populations: from early medieval Slavic expansion to post-World War II resettlements|journal=European Journal of Human Genetics|volume=21|issue=4|pages=415–22|doi=10.1038/ejhg.2012.190|pmc=3598329|pmid=22968131}} Similarly, in Germany, around 20% of the foreign surnames are of Slavic origin.JOURNAL, 2006, Y-chromosomal STR haplotype analysis reveals surname-associated strata in the East-German population, European Journal of Human Genetics, 14, 5, 577–582, 10.1038/sj.ejhg.5201572, 16435000, Cossacks, although Slavic-speaking and practicing Orthodox Christianity, came from a mix of ethnic backgrounds, including Tatars and other Turks. Many early members of the Terek Cossacks were Ossetians. The Gorals of southern Poland and northern Slovakia are partially descended from Romance-speaking Vlachs, who migrated into the region from the 14th to 17th centuries and were absorbed into the local population. The population of Moravian Wallachia also descended from the Vlachs. Conversely, some Slavs were assimilated into other populations. Although the majority continued towards Southeast Europe, attracted by the riches of the area that became the state of Bulgaria, a few remained in the Carpathian Basin in Central Europe, and were assimilated into the Magyar people. Numerous river and other place names in Romania have Slavic origin.Alexandru Xenopol, Istoria românilor din Dacia Traiană, 1888, vol. I, p. 540{{better source|date=April 2015}}

Population

There are an estimated 360 million Slavs worldwide.(File:Slavic ancestry in the USA and Canada.png|alt=|thumb|Slavs in the US and Canada by area: {{legend|#6A006A|20–35%}} {{legend|#63070C|14–20%}} {{legend|#9A0E15|11–14%}} {{legend|#D2131D|8–11%}} {{legend|#FF7F27|5–8%}} {{legend|#FFC90E|3–5%}} {{legend|#BBBBBB|0–3%}}){|class="wikitable sortable" style="text-align:center"! Ethnicity! Nation-state! colspan="2" data-sort-type="number" |Approximate numbers
|Russians
Russia}}|130,000,000–150,000,000Russian Federation (Russian Census (2010)>2010 census), about 16 million ethnic Russians in post-Soviet states (8 M in Ukraine, 4.5 M in Kazakhstan, 1 M in Belarus, 0.6 M Latvia, 0.6 M in Uzbekistan, 0.6 M in Kyrgyzstan. Up to 10 million Russian diaspora elsewhere (mostly Americas and Western Europe).HTTP://WWW.RUSSKIE.ORG/INDEX.PHP?MODULE=FULLITEM&ID=4194>TITLE=Нас 150 миллионов -Русское зарубежье, российские соотечественники, русские за границей, русские за рубежом, соотечественники, русскоязычное население, русские общины, диаспора, эмиграцияPUBLISHER=RUSSKIE.ORGDATE=23 JUNE 2012, web.archive.org,
|Poles
Poland}}|57,393,000–60,000,000"Polmap. Rozmieszczenie ludności pochodzenia polskiego (w mln)" {{webarchive>url=https://web.archive.org/web/20170815064442weblink census 2011) and estimated over 20,000,000 Polish Diaspora Świat Polonii, witryna Stowarzyszenia Wspólnota Polska: "Polacy za granicą" {{webarchive>url=https://web.archive.org/web/20150908143840weblinkPolish people abroad as per summary by Świat Polonii, internet portal of the association Wspólnota Polska)GłóWNY URZąD STATYSTYCZNYTITLE=LUDNOść. STAN I STRUKTURA DEMOGRAFICZNO-SPOłECZNAURL=HTTP://STAT.GOV.PL/CPS/RDE/XBCR/GUS/LUD_LUDNOSC_STAN_STR_DEM_SPO_NSP2011.PDFPUBLISHER=GłóWNY URZąD STATYSTYCZNYPAGES=89–101, HTTPS://STAT.GOV.PL/FILES/GFX/PORTALINFORMACYJNY/PL/DEFAULTAKTUALNOSCI/5670/22/1/1/STRUKTURA_NARODOWO-ETNICZNA.PDF>TITLE=STRUKTURA NARODOWO-ETNICZNA, JęZYKOWA I WYZNANIOWA LUDNOśCI POLSKI [NARODOWY SPIS POWSZECHNY LUDNOśCI I MIESZKAń 2011]FIRST=YEAR=NOVEMBER 2015LOCATION=WARSAWLANGUAGE=POLISH,
|Ukrainians
Ukraine}}|46,700,000–51,800,000AUTHOR=PAUL R. MAGOCSIYEAR=2010PAGES=10–,
|Serbs
Serbia}}|11,500,000–12,500,000DATE=MAY 2014PAGE=5URL-STATUS=DEAD, 2013>TITLE=SERBS AROUND THE WORLD BY REGIONURL-STATUS=DEADARCHIVEURL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20131205032421/HTTP://WWW.SERBIANUNITY.COM/SERBIANUNITYCONGRESS/PDF/WORLD_OF_SERBS/SERBS_AROUND_THE_WORLD_BY_REGION.PDF, 5 December 2013,
|Czechs
Czech Republic}}|10,000,000–12,000,000DATE=2011LANGUAGE=CSARCHIVEURL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20120131022340/HTTP://NOTES2.CZSO.CZ/CZ/SLDB2011/CD_SLDB2011_11_12/INDEX_HTML_FILES/PVCR062.PDFURL-STATUS=DEAD,
|Bulgarians
Bulgaria}}|10,000,000Kolev, Yordan, Българите извън България 1878 – 1945, 2005, р. 18 Quote:"В началото на XXI в. общият брой на етническите българи в България и зад граница се изчислява на около 10 милиона души/In 2005 the number of Bulgarians is 10 million peopleHTTPS://BOOKS.GOOGLE.COM/BOOKS?ID=HC6PDJCPNOUC&PG=PA8PUBLISHER=OXFORD BUSINESS GROUPISBN=978-1-902339-92-4ACCESSDATE=26 MARCH 2016,
|Belarusians
Belarus}}|10,000,000LAST=KARATNYCKYDATE=2001ISBN=978-0-7658-0884-4PAGE=81, 7 June 2015,
|Croats
Croatia}}|9,000,000author=Daphne Winlandurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=7QEjPVyd9YMCvolume=2chapter=Croatian Diasporapublisher=Springer Science+Businessquote=It is estimated that 4.5 million Croatians live outside Croatia ...editor2=Carol R. EmberARCHIVEURL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20030623031342/HTTP://WWW.CROWC.ORG/ENGLISH/ABOUT.ASP?SUBCAT=GENERALURL-STATUS=DEADCroatian World Congress, "4.5 million Croats and people of Croatian heritage live outside of the Republic of Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina"HTTPS://BOOKS.GOOGLE.COM/BOOKS?ID=CDM-LW2NQ7IC&PG=PA11LAST=PALERMOPUBLISHER=MARTINUS NIJHOFF PUBLISHERSYEAR=2011EDITOR=FRANCESCO PALERMOCHAPTER=NATIONAL MINORITIES IN INTER-STATE RELATIONS: FILLING THE LEGAL VACUUM?,
|Slovaks
Slovakia}}|6,940,000|including 4,353,000 in Slovakia (according to the weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20121114103943weblink">census 2011), 147,000 single ethnic identity, 19,000 multiple ethnic identity (especially 18,000 Czech and Slovak and 1,000 Slovak and another identity) in Czech Republic (according to the census 2011), 53,000 in Serbia (according to the census 2011), 762,000 in the USA (according to the census 2010), 2,000 single ethnic identity and 1,000 multiple ethnic identity Slovak and Polish in Poland (according to the census 2011), 21,000 single ethnic identity, 43,000 multiple ethnic identity in Canada (according to the census 2006)
|Bosniaks
Bosnia and Herzegovina}}|2,800,000–4,600,000|
|Slovenes
Slovenia}}|2,500,000|
Macedonians (ethnic group)>MacedoniansNorth Macedonia}}|2,100,000LAST2=ANGELOVALAST3=GEROVSKAPUBLISHER=MACEDONIAN EXPATRIATION ALMANAC '95LOCATION=SKOPJELANGUAGE=MKTRANS-TITLE=MATRIX OF EXPATRIATES OF MACEDONIA,weblink
|Montenegrins
Montenegro}}|560,000|

See also

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References

Citations

Sources

Primary sources
  • BOOK, harv, Moravcsik, Gyula, Gyula Moravcsik, Constantine Porphyrogenitus: De Administrando Imperio, 1967, 1949, 2nd revised, Washington D.C., Dumbarton Oaks Center for Byzantine Studies,weblink 9780884020219,
  • BOOK, harv, Scholz, Bernhard Walter, Carolingian Chronicles: Royal Frankish Annals and Nithard's Histories, 1970, University of Michigan Press,weblink 978-0472061860,


Secondary sources
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  • BOOK, harv, Barford, Paul M., The Early Slavs: Culture and Society in Early Medieval Eastern Europe, 2001, Ithaca, NY, Cornell University Press,weblink 978-0801439773,
  • BOOK, harv, Curta, Florin, Florin Curta, The Making of the Slavs: History and Archaeology of the Lower Danube Region, c. 500–700, 2001, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press,weblink 9781139428880,
  • BOOK, harv, Curta, Florin, Florin Curta, Southeastern Europe in the Middle Ages, 500–1250, 2006, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press,weblink 9780521815390,
  • Curta Florin, The early Slavs in Bohemia and Moravia: a response to my critics
  • BOOK, harv, Dvornik, Francis, Francis Dvornik, The Slavs in European History and Civilization, 1962, New Brunswick, Rutgers University Press,weblink 9780813507996,
  • BOOK, harv, Fine, John Van Antwerp Jr., John Van Antwerp Fine Jr., The Early Medieval Balkans: A Critical Survey from the Sixth to the Late Twelfth Century, 1991, 1983, Ann Arbor, Michigan, University of Michigan Press,weblink 978-0472081493,
  • BOOK, harv, Fine, John Van Antwerp Jr., John Van Antwerp Fine Jr., The Late Medieval Balkans: A Critical Survey from the Late Twelfth Century to the Ottoman Conquest, 1994, 1987, Ann Arbor, Michigan, University of Michigan Press,weblink 978-0472082605,
  • Lacey, Robert. 2003. Great Tales from English History. Little, Brown and Company. New York. 2004. {{ISBN|0-316-10910-X}}.
  • Lewis, Bernard. Race and Slavery in the Middle East. Oxford Univ. Press.
  • Nystazopoulou-Pelekidou, Maria. 1992. The "Macedonian Question": A Historical Review. © Association Internationale d'Etudes du Sud-Est Europeen (AIESEE, International Association of Southeast European Studies), Comité Grec. Corfu: Ionian University. (English translation of a 1988 work written in Greek.)
  • BOOK, harv, Obolensky, Dimitri, Dimitri Obolensky, The Byzantine Commonwealth: Eastern Europe, 500–1453, 1974, 1971, London, Cardinal,weblink 9780351176449,
  • BOOK, harv, Ostrogorsky, George, George Ostrogorsky, 1956, History of the Byzantine State, Oxford, Basil Blackwell,weblink
  • RÄ™baÅ‚a, Krzysztof, et al.. 2007. Y-STR variation among Slavs: evidence for the Slavic homeland in the middle Dnieper basin. Journal of Human Genetics, May 2007, 52(5): 408–414.
  • BOOK, harv, Vlasto, Alexis P., Alexis P. Vlasto, The Entry of the Slavs into Christendom: An Introduction to the Medieval History of the Slavs, 1970, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press,weblink 9780521074599,
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