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    Post Re: 70-80% Of Anatolia Is Turanid

    Quote Originally Posted by Dobermann
    Aryan? and Turk? I though turks according to you were turanids who spoke a Turkic languge I.E a non aryan "causasian race":abo :jew2
    I talked about Tadjiks. I am Usbek (and a bit Tadjik).

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    Post Re: 70-80% Of Anatolia Is Turanid

    I know of a physical type similar to Armenoid in Tajikistan. Agrippa know a bit about this. The Pamir-Ferghana is probably common.

    Do you speak an Iranic language?


    Quote Originally Posted by Kartal
    I talked about Tadjiks. I am Usbek (and a bit Tadjik).

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    Post Re: 70-80% Of Anatolia Is Turanid

    Quote Originally Posted by Volksdeutscher
    I know of a physical type similar to Armenoid in Tajikistan. Agrippa know a bit about this. The Pamir-Ferghana is probably common.

    Do you speak an Iranic language?
    Yes I look Armenoid-Turanid. My tadjik language is bad. I speak Usbek (centalasian Turkish).

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    Post Re: 70-80% Of Anatolia Is Turanid

    Quote Originally Posted by Kartal
    I talked about Tadjiks. I am Usbek (and a bit Tadjik).
    So you speak an Indo-European language?

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    Post Re: 70-80% Of Anatolia Is Turanid

    Quote Originally Posted by atlanto-med
    So how does this fit with youre statement that "many Turks nonetheless show signs of non-Caucasoid admixture"?
    Read the paragraph that you are quoting in full. The point is that the early Turks didn't mix with all the population of Asia Minor, but only with part of it, namely the part that became Muslim. They were diluted in a bigger population (of Asia Minor) but not in the total pre-Turkish population of Asia Minor.

    If the Turkomen kept seperate from the Turkicised majority, who are of Indo-European and previous descent, then despite a limited Mongoloid admixture in some populations in Turkey, most of the Turkish are surely as Caucasoid as the Greeks are?
    Most Turks are hybrids between Anatolians and original Turks, hence Caucasoid with small Mongoloid admixture. There is however a minority of more conservative Turks who are more descended from the original Turks, as well as a minority of Muslims who never came into serious contact with real Turks and is entirely Caucasoid.

    So, modern Anatolian Turks = minority of Caucasoids with strong Turanid tendency + majority of Caucasoids with weak Turanid tendency + minority of Caucasoids with no detectible Turanid tendency

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    Post Re: 70-80% Of Anatolia Is Turanid

    Quote Originally Posted by Dienekes_Pontikos
    Read the paragraph that you are quoting in full. The point is that the early Turks didn't mix with all the population of Asia Minor, but only with part of it, namely the part that became Muslim. They were diluted in a bigger population (of Asia Minor) but not in the total pre-Turkish population of Asia Minor.



    Most Turks are hybrids between Anatolians and original Turks, hence Caucasoid with small Mongoloid admixture. There is however a minority of more conservative Turks who are more descended from the original Turks, as well as a minority of Muslims who never came into serious contact with real Turks and is entirely Caucasoid.

    So, modern Anatolian Turks = minority of Caucasoids with strong Turanid tendency + majority of Caucasoids with weak Turanid tendency + minority of Caucasoids with no detectible Turanid tendency
    PERFEKT! Take any Anatolian-Turk; He IS most likely Caucasoid , but he HAS most likely as well Turanid elements!
    Last edited by Kartal; Saturday, October 23rd, 2004 at 04:13 AM.

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    Post Re: 70-80% Of Anatolia Is Turanid

    Quote Originally Posted by Kartal
    Which town do you live in, Köroglu?
    Duisburg

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    Post Re: 70-80% Of Anatolia Is Turanid

    Interesting thing really, even though Koroglu is in Duisburg and Kartal is in Tajikistan both their static IPs trace back to a number of computers sharing the same network in Hamburg (namely PC21, PC22, PC31 etc.) hosted by Artfiles.de, or to T-mobile dial-up service in Germany. Isn't it expensive for you to dial up German T-Mobile from where you are Kartal? No internet service providers in Tajikistan then?

    I'm sure everyone would appreciate an explanation.

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    Post Re: 70-80% Of Anatolia Is Turanid

    Quote Originally Posted by rusalka
    Interesting thing really, even though Koroglu is in Duisburg and Kartal is in Tajikistan both their static IPs trace back to a number of computers sharing the same network in Hamburg (namely PC21, PC22, PC31 etc.) hosted by Artfiles.de, or to T-mobile dial-up service in Germany. Isn't it expensive for you to dial up German T-Mobile from where you are Kartal? No internet service providers in Tajikistan then?

    I'm sure everyone would appreciate an explanation.
    Well done

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    Post Re: 70-80% Of Anatolia Is Turanid

    Quote Originally Posted by rusalka
    Interesting thing really, even though Koroglu is in Duisburg and Kartal is in Tajikistan both their static IPs trace back to a number of computers sharing the same network in Hamburg (namely PC21, PC22, PC31 etc.) hosted by Artfiles.de, or to T-mobile dial-up service in Germany. Isn't it expensive for you to dial up German T-Mobile from where you are Kartal? No internet service providers in Tajikistan then?

    I'm sure everyone would appreciate an explanation.
    Evrything is possible

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