#352654

Anonymous

“in Greece there is a Charváti (Χαρβάτι) in Attica and Harvation in Argolis, as well as Charváta (Χαρβάτα) on Crete;”

https://books.google.hr/books?id=Y0NBxG9Id58C&pg=PA60&lpg=PA60&dq=slavic+settlement+greece&source=bl&ots=k4sQ96WLYc&sig=v9JncGBbXhVSII2YYAmSlEZxUgQ&hl=hr&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiC4pCX7-nRAhVHXhoKHcAKCGAQ6AEIYDAL#v=onepage&q=slavic%20settlement%20greece&f=false

https://www.rastko.rs/arheologija/tstefanovicova-greece_e.html

http://ancient-medieval-macedonian-history.blogspot.hr/2010/06/slavs-in-byzantine-empire.html

You can find here something of interest.
Several ancient authors mentioned Croats in today Greece. They were mostly mercs and raiders, but they could easily settle in that area and they could organize a small local communities. In central and northern Greece until 16. century you can easily heard Slavic language in some areas. During some time that Slavs were greecized…

Interesting topic, i must research more about this.

Can you write here some words that are of Croat orgin?