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Categories: Early Slavic archaeology, Human habitats, All articles needing additional references, Archaeology of Poland, Fortification by type
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gord  Hrud  Gorod  Goroda  Grad
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A gord is a medieval Slavonic fortified settlement, usually built on strategic sites such as hilltops, riverbanks, lake islets or peninsulas between the 6th and 12th centuries in Central and Eastern Europe. Wikipedia
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A gord is a medieval Slavonic fortified settlement, usually built on strategic sites such as hilltops, riverbanks, lake islets or peninsulas between the 6th and 12th centuries in Central and Eastern Europe. Wikipedia
Medieval Slavic settlement Wikipedia Disambiguation
A Slavic word meaning "town" that appears in numerous Slavic toponyms – see: Gorod, Horod, or Grad Wikipedia Disambiguation
Slavic fortified settlement Wikidata