The Huns and the Parthians

Nov 2018
79
Russian Federation
#71
cultural contacts between american indians and scythians took place for sure:
Maya word is given in bold and the corresponding Turkish word is in red within brackets (5).

Leader: Ahau (Agha), Ax: Baat (Balta), Servant, Low: Ashac (Uşak, Aşağı), A lot, Strong: Tchac (Çok),Pine tree: Tcha (Çam), Difficult: Tchetun (Çetin), Augment, Climb: Tchich (Çık), Left handed: Tchol (Çolak, Solak), Boulder: Kaa (Kaya), Bird: Kutz (Kuş), Inside: İçil (İçinde), Female: İş (Dişi), Belt: Kaşnak (Kasnak), Day: Kin (Gün), Sun: Kiniş (Güneş), Person: Kişe (Kişi), Old man: Koça (Koca),Slave: Kul (Kul), Mother: Naa (Ana), Be: Ol (Ol), Stay clean: Tamazkal (Temiz-kal), Inundation: Tosh (Taşkın), Hill: Tepek (Tepe), Stone: Tetl (Taş), Gather: Top (Topla), Dust: Toz (Toz), Full: Tul (Tolu, Dolu), Filled: Tulan (Dolgun), Deep: Tup (Dip), Pebble: Tzekel (Çakıl), Scabies: Ueez (Uyuz), Urinate: Uiş (İşe), Reach: Ul (Ulaş), Bore: Uy (Oy), Humid: Yash (Yaş), Green: Yashil (Yeşil). Summer: Yashkin (Yaz-günü).
 
#72
HE GAVE YOU A REFERENCE TO A PEER-REVIEWED ACADEMIC PAPER.
THAT IS THE VERY DEFINITION OF PROVIDING EVIDENCE.
YOU CAN'T DISCOUNT IT BECAUSE YOU ARE TOO LAZY TO FIND IT YOURSELF.

But if you actually believe that scythians from central asia communicated with native americans a continent and an ocean away then you are truly beyond hope. Is lunacy a good enough reason to ban a user?
 
Feb 2017
418
Rock Hill, South Carolina
#78
american indians derived from Altai
No they did not. And the proof of this is identifiable in the Yeniseian language in what is now called Na Dene-Yeniseian Theory, or the Na Dene Yeniseian Language Family. In approximately 18,000 BC, due to climatological pressure, a group of peoples settled in and near Beringia (Alaska, the Kamchatka Peninsula, etc) chose to migrate. They migrated in both directions, into the great plains of Canada and across Siberia into the northern Altai. One group of peoples is characterized by the Na Dene Language Family, the other by the Yeniseian language family. The genetic evidence is also consistent, as Q-M242 genes can be found in very high percentages among the populations stretching from the Turkic descendants of the Altai all the way across Siberia back to Beringia. Most of these peoples influenced by the Yeniseians have the presence of Q-M242 in population samples in rates as high as 30 to 60%. Compare that to the Hunnic impact on Europe, which left traces of Q-M242 in concentrations of typically 1.2-1.7%.

Leaving aside the fact that cavalry appears to have begun with the Assyrians 9000 years later.
The precise domestication of the horse is debated but it is believed to have occurred somewhere between 3200 and 2700 BC now, if I recall correctly. The Andrenovo culture (the Indo-Iranians that would become various Cimmerian and Scythian groups) spread out in the 2200's-ish when they invented wheeled carts and by 1200 Chariots were widespread. Actual cavalry is debated. It could have been adapted from Ethiopian or Arab Camel Saddles which first appear around 1200-1100 BC. But the first evidence of Cavalry is in 900 BC and saddle cloths appear by 700 BC. Actual saddles and tack was invented by the Pazyrk Culture (the Scythians) between 700 and 500 BC.
 
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