List of ancient Slavic peoples and tribes
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- Buzhans, ancestors of Ukrainians and possibly Bosnians (alternatively identified as West Slavs)
- Dregovichs, same with Draguvites, ancestors of Belarusians
- Drevlyans, ancestors of Ukrainians and Belarusians
- Dulebes, ancestors of Ukrainians and Belarusians
- Ilmen Slavs, also known as Novgorod Slovenes, ancestors of Russians
- Krivichs, ancestors of Belarusians and Russians
- Polans (eastern), ancestors of Ukrainians
- Polochans, ancestors of Belarusians
- Radimichs, ancestors of Belarusians and Russians (reported as Lekhitic tribe)
- Severians, ancestors of , Bulgarians, Ukrainians, Russians
- Tivertsi, ancestors of Ukrainians, Moldovans and Romanians
- Ulichs, ancestors of Ukrainians, Moldovans and Romanians
- Volhynians, ancestors of Ukrainians
- Vyatichs, ancestors of Russians (some sources claim they were West Slavs, others say they were East Slavs)
- White Croats, ancestors of Rusyns and Ukrainians (they were among both East and West Slavs)
- Bohemians, in Bohemia, Czech Republic. Ancestors of Czechs
- Circipane, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.
- Carantanians (or Slovenes), in Austria and Slovenia
- Drevani, in Lower Saxony, Germany.
- Golensizi, in Upper Silesia
- Goplans, in Kuyavian-Pomeranian, Poland. Ancestors of Poles
- Hevelli, in Brandenburg, Germany.
- Kashubians, in Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland
- Kessinians, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.
- Lendians, in east Lesser Poland and Red Ruthenia (Poland and Ukraine). Ancestors of Poles
- Litoměřici, in the Czech lands from the sixth century
- Masovians, in Mazovia, Poland. Ancestors of Poles
- Milceni, in Upper Lusatia, Germany. Ancestors of Sorbs
- Moravians, in Záhorie (Slovakia) and Moravia. Ancestors of Slovaks and (modern) Moravians.
- Nitran Slavs (or Slovene), in Slovakia and Northern Hungary. Ancestors of Slovaks.
- Obotrites, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.
- Opolans, in Silesia
- Polabians, in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
- Polans (western), in Greater Poland, Poland. Ancestors of Poles
- Pomeranians, in Pomerania, Germany and Poland. Ancestors of Poles, Kashubians, and Slovincians
- Pyritzans, in Pomerania, Poland. Ancestors of Poles
- Rani, on Rügen, Germany.
- Silesians, Silesia, Poland. Ancestors of Poles and Silesian Germans
- Smeldingi, part of the Vistulans
- Sorbs, in Lower Lusatia, Germany. Ancestors of Sorbs
- Sprevane, in Brandenburg, Germany.
- Tollensians, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.
- Ukrani, in Uckermark and Vorpommern-Greifswald, Germany.
- Veleti, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.
- Vistulans, in Lesser Poland, Poland. Ancestors of Poles
- Wolinians, on Wolin island, Pomerania, Poland. Ancestors of Poles
- Vyatichs, in Russia. Ancestors of Russians (some sources claim they were West Slavs, others say they were East Slavs)
- Wagri, in Holstein, Germany.
- Warnabi, in Mecklenburg (Germany).
- White Croats, Poland and Ukraine (Galicia). Possibly ancestors of Croats, Czechs, Poles and Ukrainians
- White Serbs, possibly Lusatia, Germany. Ancestors of ancestors of Serbs, and Sorbs
- Zlicans, in Bohemia (Czech). Ancestors of Czechs and possibly Poles
- Baiounitai, originally in Macedonia, later in Epirus (Vagenetia)
- Belegezites, in Thessaly
- Berziti, in Ohrid, Macedonia
- Braničevci, in eastern Serbia
- Drougoubitai, in Greek Macedonia
- Docleani, in southern Montenegro
- Ezerites, in the Peloponnese
- Guduscani, in Lika, Croatia
- Kanalites, in southern Dalmatia
- Melingoi, in the Peloponnese
- Merehani, in eastern Serbia
- Narentines, in central Dalmatia
- Praedenecenti, in Banat
- Rynchines, also Recchines, in southern Macedonia
- Sagudates, in southern Macedonia
- Severians, in Dobrudja, northeast Bulgaria and Southeastern Romania
- Seven Slavic tribes, in northern Bulgaria and Southern Romania
- Smolyani, in the Rhodopes, southern Bulgaria and northern Greece
- Strymonites, near the Struma river, southern Bulgaria and northern Greece
- Timočani, in eastern Serbia
- Travunians, in Herzegovina and western Montenegro
- White Serbs, in Serbia, east Bosnia and Montenegro
- White Croats, in Croatia, west Bosnia
- Zachumliani, in southern Dalmatia
- Barford, Paul M (2001), The Early Slavs: Culture and Society in Early Medieval Eastern Europe, Cornell University Press, ISBN 0-8014-3977-9
- Gimbutas, Marija Alseikaitė (1971), The Slavs, Thames and Hudson, ISBN 0-500-02072-8
- First Slavic Tribes www.youtube.com