Sarmatia (disambiguation)

Sarmatia (disambiguation)

Sarmatia or Sarmatian can refer to:
* the land of Sarmatians, western Scythia as described by many classical authors, such as Herodotus in the 5th century BC
* Sarmatian languages, part of Scythian languages
* Semi-legendary and unofficial name of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, popularised in the 17th century
* Sarmatism, lifestyle of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
* Sarmatian Review, a peer reviewed academic journal on the Slavistics published by Rice University
* "A Description of Sarmatian Europe", a chronicle by Alexander Guagnini first published in 1578
* Sarmatian craton, in geology the southern segment/region of the East European craton

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