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Gord (Slavic settlement)
Gord (Slavic settlement) A reconstructed gord in Biskupin, Poland The ancient Slavs were ... building wooden fortified settlements. The reconstructed Proto-Slavic word for such a settlement is * ...
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Talk:Gord (Slavic settlement)
Talk:Gord (Slavic settlement) Please change the name of Belgrade into ... writter is making. Regards and best wishes. Gord? I believe You wanted to write 'grod ...
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Gord Gord may refer to: An ancient Slavic fortified settlement. Gastroesophageal reflux disease, also known as GERD. Gord the Rogue, a fictional character created ...
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Slavic peoples
Slavic peoples The Slavic peoples are defined by their linguistic attainment of the Slavic languages. They indigenously reside in Central Europe ... unique history, religion and culture of particular Slavic group within them. The East Slavs may all be traced to Slavic-speaking populations that were organized as ...
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Category:Slavic culture
Category:Slavic culture Subcategories There are 8 subcategories to ... Belarusian culture Bulgarian culture C Croatian culture Slavic cuisine M Slavic mythology P Polish culture R Russian culture U Ukrainian culture Pages in category "Slavic culture" There are 16 pages in this ... section of this category. G Glagolitic alphabet Gord (Slavic settlement) Great Moravia H Hey, ...
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Grad (geography)
Grad (geography) Grad (Cyrillic: град) is a Slavic word for town or city. This is ... such as Belgrade (Serbian: Београд). In some Slavic languages there is a differently spelt cognate ... Lenin. It should be noted that other Slavic languages do not use grad and have ... mean "place", rather than "city". See also Gord (Slavic settlement)
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Category:Archaeology of Poland
... section of this category. B Biskupin G Gord (Slavic settlement) L Lusatian culture O Oksywie culture P ...
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Talk:Offices in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
... January 2006 (UTC) Something to research. Perhaps Gord (Slavic settlement) can prove useful to us?--Piotr Konieczny ...
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... purposes are also called kraals. See also Gord (Slavic settlement)
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... Fortification curtain G Gask Ridge Gate Glacis Gord (Slavic settlement) Great Abatis Border Guerite Götavirke H Hadrian ...
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