- n. Plural form of Pecheneg.
“Simeon in return called the Pechenegs, another fierce”
“I got the guns from Seamus; they wanted Pechenegs, big Russian jobs, handguns, silencers, the works.”
“He was forced to abandon Bulgaria in order to resist the Patzinaks (Pechenegs), who had entered southern Russia from the east and were threatening Kiev.”
“Under Arpad (d. 907) they had come from southern Russia by way of Moldova, driven on by the Patzinaks (Pechenegs) and other Asian peoples.”
“In the meantime the Magyars, driven westward by the Patzinaks (Pechenegs), advanced into Transylvania and Pannonia, which were lost to the Bulgars.”
“In this period many Pechenegs and Szeklers were also established for frontier protection.”
“Even cloister dwellers had heard, years ago, how the Pechenegs themselves fled to the Rusi, begging for succor.”
“Bulgaria and a gift of corn; the adventurous Svyatoslav lost his life at the hands of the Pechenegs while making his way back to Kiev.”
“The avenging Pechenegs were waiting in ambush for his return.”
“Then enlisting the aid of the Pechenegs, a ferocious Tatar tribe, he returned with such fury, and inflicted such atrocities, that the Greek Emperor begged for mercy and offered to pay any price to be left alone.”
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