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    Post Pit graves, artificial skull deformation, Sarmatians, Northern Bactria

    Interesting stuff about the Sarmatians.

    http://members.tripod.com/~Groznijat...r/p_bulg2a.htm

    Here's a bit of it...

    Examining several similar to that from Lower Volga graves with northern orientation from the lower course of the river Kuban (stanitsa Novo-Labinskja), she comments that these burials confirm the early penetration of a tribe of the Hunnish tribal union, which after the collapse of the Huns settled in Kuban and led to the formation of the Kuban Proto-Bulgarians. V.P. Shilov joins the opinion that in a Late Sarmatian time (II-IV c. AD) groups of Central Asian tribes penetrated the Lower Volga region, bringing with them the peculiarities of their burial practices [9]. It is confirmed by the anthropological studies of V.V. Ginsburg from Lower Volga - in the Late Sarmatian there was a considerable change in the racial type, evidencing a penetration of people of anthropological type characteristic for the region between the rivers Amu Darya and Sur Darya - brachiocrany, wide-spread artificial skull deformation, in some cases - weakly expressed Mongoloid features.

    And some more stuff on the Huns...

    http://members.tripod.com/~Groznijat...r/p_bulg2b.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polak
    Interesting stuff about the Sarmatians.

    http://members.tripod.com/~Groznijat...r/p_bulg2a.htm

    Here's a bit of it...




    And some more stuff on the Huns...

    http://members.tripod.com/~Groznijat...r/p_bulg2b.htm
    hello polak,
    thank you for it was an interesting read. it supplies a good a history of nomads of pontic steppes.
    overall a bulgarian who resides in manchester thinks that the racially turkic protobulgarian spoke celtic. the description of turanid resembled a bit gorid and andronovo people, racially?
    especially the interpretattion of preslau writings was clearly absurd. koupe is still sth we use, it is something you put on. the preslau writings look like an soldier's self speaking, who is obscessed about his armament.
    btw, dingir, tangra comes from an ancient wordstill we use. edinger, in sumerian it was used as dingir. ed-ing-er. the ng is a n that sounds from the nose. so it is infact edener. et- is to make to do, -en means who is in the state of applying a verb, -er means alot things here it seems to be the self, one. it is intersting that celtic had a similar word. indeed Coon may be right turkish superceeded many allies of it. among the uralic and altaic nations the numbers are always different the closest numbers to turkish are quetchuan (charles dumezil).
    in fact tarkhu-, which means strong means the same thing in turkish, turukku means strong.
    er is the same thing with ur, altaic was perhaps a sensational language from the throat in the beginning. uruk means belonging to son of a man. hittites had this word too.

    best regards

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