Pannonian

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Pannonian
Panoski
Pronunciation[[Help:IPA|panoski]]
Created by
Native toPannonia
Native speakers- (2013)
Official status
Official language in
Pannonia
Language codes
ISO 639-1-
ISO 639-2-
ISO 639-3-

Pannonian (Pannonian: jęžyk panoski; gowora panoski; mowa panoski) is a West Slavic language spoken in the People's Democratic Republic of Pannonia, as well as thoughout Central Europe and the northern Balkans. Pannonian has it's origins in the migration of West Slavic speaking peoples moving south from Bohemia and Moravia, as well as smaller migrations of South Slavic speaking groups out from the Adriatic coastal areas. While primarily a West Slavic language, Pannonian shows a significant amount of influence from South Slavic languages at its core. Pannonian is closely related to Polish, Kashubian, Silesian, Upper Sorbian, Lower Sorbian, Czech and Slovak.

Historically a major language of academics and administration during the height of the Pannonian Empire in the 10th century until its fall in the 14th century, the Pannonian nation later came under the control of the French, Polish, Austrian, and German nations. While attempts were made to suppress the use of Pannonian after the enactment of the Partitions of Pannonia, the language continued to produce a plethora of literature and art.

History

The origin of the Pannonian language begins with the presence of West Slavic speaking peoples in the area of Bohemia and Moravia, of which tribes became controlled by the Avar Khanate, these Slavic speaking tribes in the far northwest of the Avar realm would gradually become more and more distinct from their counterparts in Great Moravia. Further separation would happen with the annexation of the Avar realm by the Black Empire, the vampire nation taking the approach of mass depopulation, exterminating virtually all of the Avar population, leaving behind only small populations in the far corners of the empire. As vampire controll of the area began to erode, Slavs from the Northwest, as well as South Slavic groups making incursions into Pannonia from the Adriatic coast, began to push out the invaders, with Romanized populations in fortified cities like Castellum and Aquincum expanding beyond their cities and taking control of lands. By the 6th century, the area of Pannonia had been completely purged of Vampire control, now held by Slavic tribes and warlords. The intermingling of these tribes would be the beginning of the ethnogenisis of Pannonian culture and identity.

The earliest documented Slavic state in Pannonia was that of the Duchy of Pechkoscel, which by the 9th century under the control of Bratislaw the Great, would come to unify the area of Pannonia, and reaching into the Adriatic coast and east into the Carpathians. Bratislaw declared himself the King of Pannonia, forming the unified state that would grow into the Pannonian Empire.

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