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The Allanic people is believed to originally have been a great Corinthian tribe who migrated northwards through the Duin-Khan passage some time before The Upheaval. Archeological and indeed theological studies seems to suggest they mingled with both the Vandali and the Burgundi in the south-western end of modern day Pruthenia, founding Maghas, an important trading hub of the Stone Age, and the loose nation of Alania, bearing the name of their people, before they eventually were driven south and west into the Bauchish Cradle during the Upheaval.

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The Hansson Runes of 1336 tells of a nomadic horseback people called the Swebii coming from the unknown east into Alania, wherefrom they drove the Allanic people out. Furthermore the Swebii is said to be responsible for the sacking of Maghas and the distruption of established trade between the Alans and the Odalites, the latter assumed to be the same tribe of Heidmorkians populating modern day Odal.

  • See also the foundation of Gromheim regarding the historic location of the Odalites, said to have been "ever moving their wares and belongings up and down the great river", of which one must assume was the great Elb, which would place the Odalites between modern day Gromheim and Bukadaban, and in turn the Alans and Alania north and east of the Elb.

The Hansson Runes of 1336 tells of a nomadic horseback people called the Swebir folk, generally believed to refer to the migratory Suebi people, coming westward from the unknown east,

The Hansson Runes of 1050 tells of a nomadic horseback people who came from the unknown east and migrated westwards into the pruthenian highlands, wherefrom they drove out the Allanic people.

The Alans were originally a North-Koryazian tribe who migrated through the Duin-Khan Passage into the then north-eastern parts of the Suebi homelands (modern day south and west pruthenia), wherein they mingled with the cimbri and the semnons [Semnones] who came from the Wiinilian [Wiinils] people.

As first chronicled by El Nar'ysr Abbalayar of Alorn-Khanol, then deciphered and reiklicised by Georg of Þurren, whose fragments are here again rendered by Álwhin of Tið-Rankí.