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Historical distribution of the Slavic languages. The area shaded in light purple is the Prague-Penkov-Kolochin complex of cultures of the 6th to 7th c. AD, likely corresponding to the spread of Slavic tribes at the time. The area shaded in darker red indicates the core area of Slavic river names (after en:EIEC, pp.524-526)

From English Wikipedia, with the same name

Comment by user : As Ancient Macedonians were not Slavs, it is inaccurate to inscribe on this map the term 'Macedonian' for the ORIGINS of the Slavic populations in Europe; there is no 'Macedonian' slavic people in ancient history. There is current question of Modern Macedonian identity between two states in the Balkans, which is a strictly geographical definition.


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