Harjumaa (ancient county)

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Harria
Harjumaa
County of Estonia
1st century AD–1224
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Ancient Estonia until 1214
CapitalVarbola
Area
 • Coordinates59°25′00″N 24°45′00″E / 59.416666666667°N 24.75°E / 59.416666666667; 24.75Coordinates: 59°25′00″N 24°45′00″E / 59.416666666667°N 24.75°E / 59.416666666667; 24.75
History
 • TypeCouncil of Elders
History 
• Established
1st century AD
• Disestablished
1224
Succeeded by
Danish Estonia

Harjumaa, (Latin: Harria) [1](1200 hides), was an ancient county in what would now be Estonia. It corresponded roughly to the present territory of Rapla County.[citation needed]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Raun, Toivo (2001). Estonia and the Estonians. Hoover Press. p. 11. ISBN 0-8179-2852-9.