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Cumans - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The Cumans who remained east and south of the Carpathian Mountains established a county named Cumania, which was a strong military base in an area consisting parts of ...

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Cuman, Hungarian Kun, member of a nomadic Turkish people, comprising the western branch of the Kipchak confederation until the Mongol invasion (1237) forced them to ...

The Cumans - All about Hungary - blogspot.com

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The Cumans originally lived east of the Yellow River, in China, making them the only Caucasian people in eastern Asia at the time. A genetic study was done ...

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Europe, 1190. The Cumans who remained east and south of the Carpathian Mountains established a county named Cumania, which was a strong military base in an area ...

Cumans (1054 - 1394 AD) -- DBA 130 - Fanaticus

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DBA Resource Page Medieval Army Lists Cumans (1054-1394 AD) DBA 130. By Keith Venables. The Cumans appeared in the Ukraine in the mid 11th century. Their origins are ...

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Cumans or Kumans , nomadic East Turkic people, identified with the Kipchaks and known in Russian as Polovtsi. Coming from NW Asian Russia,

Cumans | Article about Cumans by The Free Dictionary

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Cumans or Kumans (both: ko͞o`mänz), nomadic East Turkic people, identified with the Kipchaks (or the western branch of the Kipchaks) and known in Russian as Polovtsi.

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Etymology. The Cumans' name in Russian and German means "yellow", in reference to the color of the Cumans' hair.:43 The Ukrainian word Polovtsy (Пóловці) means ...

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Cumania was primarily a political name, ... The Cumans, when they first appear in written sources, are members of a confederacy irrespective of their tribal origin.

Cumans - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The Cumans were a travelling people who lived in the area along the Black Sea near the Volga River.