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Scythians, Saka, Sarmats and Cimmerians

To throw Scythians, Saka, Sarmats and Cimmerians in a single pile is dead wrong and is done out of necessity, because so much of material concerns more than one group. The Scythians, of course, are a literary nucleus, better known by ancient historians and the modern scholars alike. However, each one has its own origin, its own history, its own states, and its own fate, and deserves its own historiography.

General

Ethnography

Linguistical aspects

Biological aspects
Scythian Ethnic Affiliation
Etymology of Alan, As, and Ossete
Mirfatykh Z. Zakiev  Ethnic Roots of the Tatar People
Zaur Gasanov Scythian Poetry
G.Dremin Scythian Word List from the Sources
Dremin G. Abaev's Scythian Hoax
E.Miklos Medes and Scythians
Kisamov N. Turkic substrate in English

V.I.Abaev's book as a foundation of the Scythian-Iranian theory (bi-lingual)
V.I.Abaev Ossetian Language and Folklore Table of Contents (bi-lingual)
V.I.Abaev's definition of the Scythian language (bi-lingual)
V.I.Abaev's Scythian Word List (bi-lingual)
V.I.Abaev's Zelenchuk Inscription (bi-lingual)
L.Zgusta Old Ossetic Inscription from River Zelenchuk - (Review)
Wikipedia - Ossetic language
Wikipedia - Scytho-IranianTheory
Chikisheva T. Anthropological differentiation in S.-W. Siberian population
A.Klyosov Türkic DNA genealogy
A.Klyosov The 3 R's in R1 Haplogroup
A.Klyosov R1b DNA History
Central Asians' mtDNA Genetics 14 - 1 cc. BC => 50%W.Eurasian, 43% E.Eurasian, 7%Indian
Sarmatian mtDNA 6 c. BC-2 c. AD => 1 W.Eurasian, 1 Turkic mamas, papas later
Pazyryk mtDNA Genetics 4-2 c. BC => Paleo-Sibirian and Altaian mamas
Modern Türks of Pazyryk Descent => N. Altaians, Teleuts, Shors
Eastern Hun Genetics 3 c. BC => Turkish mamas and papas
Eastern Hun mtDNA Genetics 5 and 1cc. BC => 1/2 Portugese 1/2 Turkic mamas
Scytho-Siberian mtDNA genetics Altai 5th cc. BC => Paleo-Sibirian and Asiatic
Etruscans Genetic Study 7 to 2 cc BC => 45% Türkic, 35% Basque, and 20% N African
Ossetian Genetics =>Digorians ~ Adygs, Ironians ~ Georgians, with mamas 12-31%  ~ Persians
Physical anthropology from Huns to present Itil Bulgars
Scythians 7 c. BC
Leonid T. Yablonsky Burial place of a Massagetan warrior 8-7 c. BC
Orazak Ismagulov Andronovo, Bonze Age, Saka, Usuns and Türkic people
Craniology And History - By C.S.Coon
Corded Culture - Altaic Roots - By C.S.Coon
Ethnic Affiliation Scythians
Kisamov N. Kayi & Gelons
Classical Scythian tribes  Sarmats
Akathyrsy - Agach-eri
Ishkuza - As-guzes - Az-eri - Azeri
Massagets - Masguts

Sarmat Synopsis
Leonid T. Yablonsky Paleoanthropology of Southern Urals population in Late Sarmat time
E.A. Smagulov Origin of Ancient Chach Siyavush Dynasty
Sarmatian mtDNA 6 c. BC-2 c. AD => 1 W.Eurasian, 1 Turkic mamas, papas later

 

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