Samogitians
El término Samogitians figura en la edición en idioma inglés de Wikipedia. Allí se dice al respecto lo siguiente:

Samogitians (Lithuanian: Žemaičiai, Samogitian: Žemaitē, Latvian: Žemaiši, Sl. Zhmud) are a part of the Lithuanian ethnicity inhabiting the region of Samogitia in Lithuania. Many speak the Samogitian dialect of the Lithuanian language.
Even though Samogitians are not considered to be an ethnic group, 2,169 people declared their ethnicity as Samogitian during the Lithuanian census of 2011, of whom 53.9% live in Telsiai County.

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Samogitios
El término Samogitians que figura en la edición en idioma inglés de Wikipedia corresponde en la edición de Wikipedia en idioma alemán al término Samogitios. Aquí se dice al respecto lo siguiente:

Los Samogitios (lituano: Žemaičiai, samogitiano: Žemaitē, letón: žemaiši) o samogitianos son un pueblo de etnia lituana que habitan en la región de Samogitia, Lituania. Muchos hablan el dialecto lituano samogitiano.

Esto es un extracto del artículo Samogitios de la enciclopedia libre Wikipedia. En Wikipedia hay disponible una lista de los autores.
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Samogitians - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Samogitians (Lithuanian: Žemaičiai, Samogitian: Žemaitē, Latvian: Žemaiši, Sl. Zhmud) are a part of the Lithuanian ethnicity inhabiting the region of Samogitia in  ...
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Samogitia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
During the 15th and 16th centuries, the Samogitians of the Klaipėda region called themselves "Lietuvininkai", whereas at end of 19th century when the area,  ...
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Samogitian uprisings - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Samogitian uprisings refer to two uprisings by the Samogitians against the Teutonic Knights in 1401–1404 and 1409. Samogitia was granted to the Teutonic  ...
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Samogitian dialect - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
During the 5th century Proto-Samogitians migrated from the lowlands of central Lithuania, near Kaunas, into the Dubysa and Jūra basins, as well as into the ...
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Who are Samogitians?
18 Mar 2006 ... Speaking about the four ethnic regions of Lithuania – Aukstaitija, Dzukija, Suvalkija and Samogitia – we can say that only in the latter has the ...
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The Green Hils of Samogitia - Daugenis
In the 19th century, however, a clear distinction was made between Žemaičiai (Samogitians) and Lithuanians. The former had not only their own dukes, history ...
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Kingdoms of Northern Europe - Samogitia - The History Files
The ruler of the Samogitians is presumed to be Dangeruther at this time, a relative of Mindaugas of Lithuania, although there are no firm dates at all for the state ...
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Euratlas Periodis Web - Map of Samogitians in Year 1200
Online historical atlas showing a map of Europe at the end of each century from year 1 to year 2000. Map of Samogitians in year 1200.
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Baptism of the Samogitians celebrated - The Baltic Times
Baptism of the Samogitians celebrated. Aug 05, 2013. From wire reports. TELSIAI - Seimas Speaker Vydas Gedvilas visited Telsiai on Sunday were he ...
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Samogitians - Wiktionary
Samogitians. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search. English[edit]. Noun[edit]. Samogitians. plural form of Samogitian.
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During the 15th and 16th centuries, the Samogitians of the Klaipėda region called themselves "Lietuvininkai", whereas at .... Wayne State University Press. p. 91.
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In 1816-1825 S.Daukantas studied literature, law and history at Vilnius University . ... His folklore works include "The Songs of Samogitians", a collection of folk ...
Libros sobre el término Samogitians
Samogitians
Samogitians
Lambert M Surhone, Mariam T Tennoe, Susan F Henssonow, 2011
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Samogitians are a part of the Lithuanian ethnicity inhabiting the region of Samogitia in Lithuania.
The Living Christ: The Extraordinary Lives of Today's ...
The Living Christ: The Extraordinary Lives of Today's ...
Harold Fickett, 2002
... or subhuman, could mean. The Samogitians, who lived in border areas between Poland and Lithuania, resisted the rule of the Teutonic Knights over the next two hundred years. The war the Teutonic Knights fought against the Samogitians ...
The battle of Grünwald
The battle of Grünwald
M. Jučas, Joseph Everatt, 2009
Apparently, there were a number of churches in Samogitia, but no one knew who had built them, as the Samogitians had not yet been converted (ibid, p. 1031- 1037). It was said that the details of the Samogitians' grievances were most likely  ...
A History of the Baltic States
A History of the Baltic States
Andres Kasekamp, 2010
Mindaugas did not lose much by ceding Samogitia because it had been only nominally under his rule and the Samogitians had no intention of bowing to the order (or to Mindaugas, for that matter).45 The Samogitians adopted an offensive  ...
Making a Great Ruler: Grand Duke Vytautas of Lithuania
Making a Great Ruler: Grand Duke Vytautas of Lithuania
Giedrė Mickūnaitė, 2006
Moreover, when asking Vytautas to affix his seal to the concluded document, the Samogitians address him as "unsern Konig."310 Of course, the kingly title reflected neither the Duke's status, nor his intentions of the moment. It meant, rather ...
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