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– In 1029 St. Emeric, ruler of the Nitrian principality http://forum.slavorum.com/index.php/topic,546.0.html is called Henricus dux Sclavonie.
– In 1113 Nestor calls the territory of present-day Slovakia Slověnskaja zemlja (Slovak land). Official name of Slovakia in Slovak language is still Slovensko.
– In 1571 Slovakia is mentioned in Czech records: Slowáci jsou w krajině Slovenské (Slovaks are in Slovak land…); or Na Moravě a Slowácých (In Moravia and Slovakia…).
– In 1645 there's a record in German language In Schlowaken… – In Slovakia…
– In 1669 the Latin record proves that the Sclavonia term equals Slovensko = Slovakia in the Central European area: de pago Vrbka in Sklavonia – from a village Vrbka in Slovakia.
– In 1675 people of Broumovsko county ask the hetman in Uherské Hradiště about the exception of their county in borders conflicts: aby místa a chotary od Slovenska jsouci, přehlédnuté byly. – od Slovenska = from Slovakia.
– In 1697 we know about another German record Ein Slowak aus der Slowakei – A Slovak from Slovakia.
– In 1696 in a marriage register it's written Slovenka ze Slovák – A Slovak woman from Slovakia.

Source: Kultúra Slova, ročník 26, číslo 8, 1992

Do you happen to have that magazine? I would like to know original sources/references of those quotes.

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