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Timeline of Slovene history

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This is a timeline of key events in the history of Slovenia and the nations that lived and live on Slovene ethnic territory, mostly Slovenes. 1 We might start with Kobal's words:

History, unlike mathematics, is an imperfect science and can never be complete or totally impartial. Ivan Kobal

Table of contents
1 1300s BC
2 1200s BC
3 1100s BC
4 700s BC
5 400s BC
6 200s BC
7 100s BC
8 0s BC
9 1s
10 100s
11 200s
12 300s
13 400s
14 500s
15 600s
16 700s
17 800s
18 900s
19 1000s
20 1200s
21 1300s
22 1400s
23 1500s
24 1600s
25 1700s
26 1800s
27 1810s
28 1820s
29 1830s
30 1840s
31 1850s
32 1860s
33 1880s
34 1890s
35 1900s
36 1910s
37 1920s
38 1930s
39 1940s
40 1950s
41 1960s
42 1970s
43 1980s
44 1990s
45 2000s
46 See also
47 Notes
48 External links

1300s BC

NOTE a theory about connections between the Veneti and Proto-Slovenes is believed to be speculative or even pseudohistorical. This page won't discuss much of it, but it is at least worth mentioning it.

1200s BC

1100s BC

700s BC

400s BC

200s BC

100s BC

0s BC

1s

Slovenia under the Roman EmpireEnlarge

Slovenia under the Roman Empire

100s

200s

300s

400s

500s

Karantania with Carniola around 597

600s

700s

800s

Central Europe around 870

900s

1000s

1200s

1300s

1400s

1500s

1600s

1700s

1800s

1810s

1820s

1830s

1840s

1850s

1860s

1880s

1890s

1900s

1910s

1920s

1930s

1940s

Flag of SR Slovenia

1950s

1960s

1970s

1980s

1990s

Flag of Slovenia

2000s

Flag of European Union

See also

Notes

1 It clearly shows that 'exactly' 1246 ~ 3 × 400 Years have passed for this small nation to be somehow in a foreign Jewish-like Babylonian 'slavery' on a state's scale-view. But as Prešeren in Zdravljica literally says: "No Devil, but the Neighbour shall be a Borderer".
2X See also and Subject page Moravia. (Temporary but interesting)
2Y Some modern sources imply that Veneti and Etruscans were highly connected and it is not known yet which nation influenced on each other. We can also freely say that Etruscans can be somehow the predecessors of the Slovenes. (More on this to come)
2Z The discovery of an expert Catalan archaeologist Pere Bosch-Gimpera.
3 See English translation of Charles C. Mierow: http://www.acs.ucalgary.ca/%7Evandersp/Courses/texts/jordgeti.html

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