The so-called abbreviator (or, if you will, epitomizer) of Strabo, writing between 670 and 680, created, as the name suggests, an abbreviated copy of Strabo’s “Geography”. In doing so, he also added his own comments where he saw fit. It is possible too that the comments came from several authors. A number of those comments appear of relevance to Slavic history. The book numbers below refer to the books of the “Geography”. The manuscript itself comes from the end of the ninth century.
“The Scythian Slavs now hold all Epirus and almost all of Greece, together with the Peloponnesus and Macedonia.”
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