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Although Croatia developed under the impact of many different cultures - Greek, Roman, Celtic, Illyrian, Austrian, Hungarian, Byzantine, Islamic - it gave its own and unique imprint to the history of European civilization. The earliest mention of the Croatian name as Horovathos can be traced on two stone inscriptions in Greek language and script, dating from around the year 200, found by the Black Sea (more precisely in the seaport Tanais on the Azov sea, Krim).

In the ``Bavarian geographon'' (written in 666-890) there is a description of various tribes in the north of Karpatian and and Sudetian mountains, where the Croats are also mentioned.

In the region of northern Steiermark, Austria, (between Judenburg and Leoben) there is a place called Kraubat.

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Both tablets are held in the Archeological museum in St Petersburg, Russia.

In the region of Krnten (old Karantia in the south of Austria) there is a place called Kraut, also derived from the Middle Age name Chrowat, mentioned in many charters of the 11th and 12th centuries. Meet thousands of fun, attractive Montenegro men and Montenegro women today!Join our site and meet single Montenegro men and single Montenegro women looking to meet quality singles for fun and dating in Montenegro.Villages in Bohemia like Harvaci, Harvatska gorica reveal its early Croatian inhabitants.CONCLUSION: Since the capital of Bohemia today (in 2000) has about 1,250,000 inhabitants, than assuming that each telephone subscriber has at least three closest relatives in the mean, we obtain that in a random set of 800 Prague citizens there will be at least one with Croatian name. Vlatko Bilic for painstaking counting :) (HR), the English version of which is Croat or Croatian.

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