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Neither Bencsik nor his Slovak opponent Ján Baltazár Magin put the continuity of settlement into serious question.
Also, the first history of Slovaks written by Georgius Papanek (or Juraj Papánek), traced the roots of the Slovaks to Great Moravia in Historia gentis Slavae.
Like other nations, the Slovaks began to transform into a modern nation from the 18th century under the idea of national romanticism.
The final three terms are variations of the Germanic term Wends, which was historically used to refer to any Slavs living close to Germanic settlements.
De regno regibusque Slavorum (1780) ("History of the Slavic People: On the kingdom and kings of the Slavs").
Papánek's work became a basis for argumentation of the Slovak national revival movement.
The Principality of Nitra become a part of Great Moravia, a common state of (later) Moravians and Slovaks (Czech ancestors were joined only for a few years).
The relatively short existence of Great Moravia prevented it from suppressing differences which resulted from its creation from two separate entities, and therefore a common "Slovak-Moravian" ethnic identity failed to develop.