A list of some Slavic and Russ towns that existed in SCA Period where your persona might have
Name Main tribes assoc. Where it is now Dates Documentation
Apata (Geist, Apáca ) Transylvanian, same 12th C.
Arkona Rujani, Rugen, Ger. /destroyed 1168 Gesta Danorum
Atil Bulghar, 8th Cent. til about 1050 Islamic Records
Baciu Transylvanian, near Bran 12 C.
Bardy Polabia, 8th Cent.
Baroch 1125 Paul Goldschmidt's List
Beloozero Vyatichi, Belozersk, Russia 862 Primary Russ. Chron. & Nov. Chron.
Belgorod-Dnestrovsky Ukraine * 1300 ( fortress built)
Beograd) *part of Halayh-Volhynia * built on foundation of Tira
& Moldavia at diff. times * 1st mention 1237
* believed founded by Greeks 6th Century
Benitsy Vyatichi, Kaluga Oblast, Russia 12th C Paul Goldschmidt's List
Biskupin Poland, same 400 AD archeo. evidence
Bitsa Vyatichi, near Moscow
Blestovit Vyatichi, 12th Cent. Paul Goldschmidt's List
Bleve Vyatichi, 1147 Paul Goldschmidt's List
Biograd na Moru Veneti Croatia !0th C Founded by Croatian Kings
Bokota Volhynia / Galicia, Hyapatian Chron.
Boldyzh Vyatichi, 1146 Paul Goldschmidt's List
Borisov , Barysow, Belarus 1102 Laurentian Codex
Boskovice Moravian, Czech Rep. 11th Cent.
Bragin Dregovichi, Belarus 1147 Paul Goldschmidt's List
Bran Transylvanian, Romania 12th Cent.
Brasov Transylvanian, Romania Bronze Age Archeo. evidence
first attested mention of Braşov is Terra Saxonum de Barasu ("Saxon Land of Baras"), in a 1252 document.
Brenna Polabia, Poland
Brest Dregovichi, Belarus 1016 Russian Primary Chron.
Bryansk Vyatichi, S.W. of Moscow 985 Hyapatian Codex
Bryn Vyatichi, close to Bryansk, Russ. Paul Goldschmidt's List
Bucharest Transylvanian, Romania 1459
Bude , Magyar/Hungary, Hungary 35 BC -Magyars from 9th C.
Roman fort ( Pannonia ) built on earlier Celtic settlement (Aquincum)
Cernatu Transylvanian, Sacele, Romania by 11th C.
Charenza Rujani, on isle of Rugia , Pagan 1168 taken by Denmark
also Karentia or Karenz, later also Gharense worship site 12th C records of
Saxo Grammaticus and Helmold von
Chelm ,Khelm Volhynia / Galicia, Poland 9th C.- much older archeo. finds
Chernigov Vyatichi, Ukraine before 907 in Rus'-Byzantine Treaty 907
Poliane, Stone Age artifacts also
Chernobyl Volhynia / Galicia, before 1193
charter of 1193 described as a hunting-lodge of knyaz Rostislavich
Cherven 981 Paul Goldschmidt's List
Chichanow Poland, Poland
Cichersk Radimichi, 1159 Nasonov, p233
Corona Transylvanian, Brasov, Romania Bronze Age Archeo. evidence
Crizbav Transylvanian, Brasov, Romania by 12th C.
1. Dates refers to earliest known date assoc. with site.
2. Archeo. means there has been a dig at the site which supports date given.
3. Date in red means no known record after that date.
4. Some cities have more than one tribe associated with them. This may mean they inhabited the site
jointly , that the site was conquered bay another group, that the site was ceded into another group
through verbal decree or written order. In at least one case one group was completely annihilated and
another took its place at once with no joint habitation having occurred. Please do further investigation
based on the time your persona would have been there!
5. If it is in underlined and in color it is a link to more information.