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Sun 13 Jul 2014 05:21 Johne972 From: USA Oakland
I'm pleased that I seen this website, precisely the proper information that I was trying to find!

Sat 29 Mar 2014 20:35 Murat Karamuftuoglu From: United Kingdom London UK, Ankara Turkey
I am writing to express my appreciation for your website and papers "Ethnic affiliation of the Scytho-Sarmatians", and "Trkic Substrate in English". The information contained in these papers far exceed anything published on the subjects in Turkish.

Wed 26 Mar 2014 00:20 nice seo guys From: USA New York
2QAeGK Thank you ever so for you article post.Really looking forward to read more. Want more.

Sun 16 Mar 2014 22:00 Pavel Staykov From: United States Los Angeles
ѧܧ ڧ٧ݧڧ٧ ڧ ٧ѧݧ ѧڧݧ ߧڧ ݧԧѧڧ ڧ ݧ ڧ է էܧէ ާا է ڧԧߧ ӧ. (It transpires that of the Trkic people came Attila, the Huns, Bulgaria, Russia, Doulo, Rjurik, so called Chud, and so on. I wonder how far it goes.)
It is a good idea to wonder what else is not taught in the patriotic schooling system not designed to teach. Thanks, norm

Thu 20 Mar 2014 02:49 Pavel Staykov From: United States Los Angeles

Mon 4 Feb 2013 12:35 Agnus Kalley From: Tanzania Glendale
This is the right blog for everyone who would like to understand this topic. You understand so much its almost hard to argue with you (not that I really would want toHaHa). You certainly put a fresh spin on a topic that's been discussed for many years. Wonderful stuff, just great!
Dear Agnus Kalley, thank you for your good words. Norm

Sat 3 Nov 2012 21:23 Kristof Kozak From: Hungary Budapest
Dear Norm, I come back after several years of silence. I still wonder this site and appreciate your work. Magyars can discover plenty of information relevant to their history, eg. on Almysh and his son Arbat, founders of medieval Hungary, called in this work Avaria. And in another volume (Vol. 24) appears lay, ambassador of the Baba. This person is renown as frater Julian, and his report sent to the Pope is a very precious document in terms of history of Hungary. Our document is a strondg confirmation of yours, I gess. I am working on translation of Djagfar Tarihi into Hungarian. This took me a longer time, now approaching the end. For the validation of the translation I would need a hard copy of the book of Nurutdinov, or at least a PDF copy of that. Please let me know if you agree with my intention and are able to support my request. Best regards, Kristof
Dear Kristof, in the years passed by, I think I've seen PDF copy on line, probably independently at few sites. If you still don't find it, I will gladly make it awailable to you. Norm

Thu 11 Oct 2012 09:20 Deniz From: Germany
I really thank you for your tireless and good works. You enlighten many of us. Thanks for this hard work! It would be nice if you can answer me to talk about your Video section. I have better and high quality videos to fill it. Sincerly.

Sat 6 Oct 2012 00:44 Vladimir From: Russia Yakutsk
! : " Y-DNA . 0 .. => - ()" : Moreover, our work suggests that the Xiongnu tribe under study may have been composed of some of the ancestors of the present-day Yakut population. "be composed of" " ". ( ) : " , , "
Dear Vladimir, Thank you for valuable advice. Norm

Sun 29 Jan 2012 01:13 maincMilm From: Mongolia Ulaanbaatar
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