Scythians

Earliest record: -800
Last record: 200

Language family: Iranian

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YearsAction
-800Conquered [1]
-800Expanded to [2]
-750Conquered [2]
-750200Located in
-722-705Conquered [3]
-720-700Conquered [2]
-700Expanded to [3]
-678-628Attacked [2]
-625-611Attacked [3]
-600Expanded to [4]
-600Expanded to [5]
-600-400Expanded to [6]
-600-400Expanded to [7]
-600-200Located in
-513Attacked [8]
-495Attacked [3]
-460Expanded to [8]
-460-354Located in
-339-334Attacked
-300-100Partial migration to [9]
-150Partial migration to [9]
-150-50Located in [10]

Location Info

  1. Black Sea coasts
  2. Transcaucasia (area S of Causasus).
  3. S Russia (similar to {900-227}).
  4. {S Russia (similar to {900-227}).} *{129-10}*
  5. L Urmia
  6. Pontus region of AM
  7. Urartu (in part of modern Azerbadjan).
  8. Assyria, Media
  9. Syria, Palestine, Egypt
  10. Alfoeld in H
  11. Transylvania (Mures & two Tirnava RR)
  12. Dobrugea
  13. Slovakia
  14. Alfoeld (H), Transylvania (ROM)
  15. Thrace
  16. Thrace
  17. {Along lower Danube R} *{900-231}*
  18. Along lower Danube R
  19. Dobrugea (up to W of Balcik, BG)
  20. Crimea (ancient Taurida)
  21. Dobrugea
  22. Crimea, NW coast Black Sea, SU, see map 20a (18); 'Archeologicky Atlas Evropy A Ceskoslovenska'.

References

  1. Gimbutas, Marija. 1963. The Balts. Thames and Hudson, London. 286 pp.
  2. Randa, Alexander (ed.). 1958. Steppenvoelkerkreis. pp. 341-388. In Handbuch der Weltgeschichte, 2nd edition. Walter Verlag, Olten, Switzerland.
  3. Rice, Tamara Talbot. 1957. Die Skythen. Verlag M. DuMont Schauberg, Cologne. 262 pp.
  4. Trogmayer, Otto. 1980. Pannonia before the Roman conquest. pp 65-84. In Lengyel, A. and G.T.B. Radan (eds.), The Archaeology of Roman Pannonia. University Press of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. 506 pp. + 167 pl.
  5. Daicoviciu, Hadrian. 1971. Dacia and the Daco-Getae. pp. 65-78. In The Illyrians and Dacians. Catalogue of an exhibition. National Museum, Belgrade. 215 pp. + 32 pl.
  6. Boev, Peter. 1972. Die Rassentypen der Balkanhalbinsel und der Ostaegaeischen Inselwelt und deren Bedeutung fuer die Herkunft ihrer Bevoelkerung. Verlag der Bulgarischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Sofia. > 264 pp. 124. Bona, Istvan. 1976. Der Anbruch des Mittelalters. Corvina Verlag, Budapest. 124 pp. + 81 pl.
  7. Neustupny, Jiri (ed.). 1958. Vorgeschichte der Tschechoslowakei. Catalogue of an exhibition of the National Museum, Prague, Department of Prehistory. 61 pp.
  8. Danov, Christo M. 1976. Altthrakien. Walter de Gruyter, Berlin. 496 pp.
  9. Vernadsky, George. 1943. Ancient Russia. Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut. 425 pp.
  10. Mladsi Doba Zelezna, Obdobi Latenske (Mladsi), 150-50 pr. n. l. 1979. pp. 46-47. Mapa 20a: In Buchvaldek, M., K. Godlowski, J. Bouzek, and J. Slama (eds.). Archeologicky Atlas Evropy Ceskoslovenska. Univerzita Karlova, Prague, 134 pp.