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    آوار


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    People of undetermined origin who built an empire in eastern Europe between the Adriatic and Baltic seas and the Elbe and Dnieper rivers in the 6th–9th centuries. Mounted nomads, possibly from Central Asia, they made the Hungarian plain the centre of their empire, from which they intervened in Germanic tribal wars, helped the Lombards overthrow allies of Byzantium, and nearly succeeded in occupying Constantinople in 626. They also fought the Merovingians and helped push the Serbs and Croats southward. Avar decline began in the late 7th century and culminated in the destruction of their capital by Charlemagne in 796. In the early 9th century the Avars were fully incorporated in the Carolingian empire. (Wikipedia) - Avar
    Look up Avar, Avars, avar, or avars in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

    Avar or Avars may refer to:

    • Avar people (Caucasus), a North Caucasian-speaking people in Russia
    • Avar language, the North Caucasian language of the Caucasian Avars
    • Avar Khanate, a former country of the Caucasian Avars
    • Eurasian Avars, a medieval nomadic people
    • Avar Khaganate, the country of the Eurasian Avars
    • Uar, a people of the confederation known as the Hephthalites
    • Avar (animation variable), a variable in computer-generated imagery
    • Avari (Middle-earth), a group of Elves in The Lord of the Rings
    • Avar(), symbol for asymptotic variance

    Tags:Asia, Avar, Byzantium, Caucasian, Caucasus, Central Asia, Charlemagne, Constantinople, Europe, Hungarian, Khanate, Lord, Russia, Wikipedia


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