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Mon 29 Jan 2007 09:00 Dr. Szűcs Gábor From: Hungary Sopron
Hi! I'm wery happy to see some hungarian-sicul similar alfabet on Your site. My idee (and some archeologists too) the hungarians = huns = turks. Good luck!

Mon 29 Jan 2007 09:00 From:
э lost my self, amizing

Mon 29 Jan 2007 09:01 mehmet From:
How we can access to you? If you came to Tьrkiye, you can access with some people. if you want learn you must send me a mail. teєekkьrler,thanks

Mon 29 Jan 2007 09:00 From: Turkey
what a wonderful site. thank you all of works. Im from istanbul. This is so useful for tьrk and another nation

Tue 10 Oct 2006 01:25 Eldar From: Russia Moscow
Здравствуйте, предлагаю вам обменяться ссылками с нашим сайтом Пожалуйста пришлите ваш код ссылки и ссылку на страницу где стоит наша. Наша кнопка татары, знакомства, ислам, сабантуй Описание: Сайт татар Москвы: знакомства, значение татарских имен, история и традиции. Все о религии ислам, расписание намазов, хадисы, коран, жизнь мусульманина в России. С уважением, Эльдар

Sat 16 Sep 2006 10:59 From:
Dear alicengiz, if you are really interested in, take the etymolgical dictionary and figure the proportion of the Ugrian and Turkic whords. These should reflect the proportion of symbiotic components in the nation. They should also be reflected in the genetic make-up. Thanks, Norm

Tue 12 Sep 2006 22:41 alicengiz From:
are magyars turk or not? i really interested in.

Thu 31 Aug 2006 18:27 From: Texas Tech University Turk Oykuleri Sandigi Turk Epics, anthropology, narratives

Fri 18 Aug 2006 01:56 Gabor Bihari From:
Dear Friends, I would like to invite those of you who are interested in the history of the Eurasian nomadic peoples, to join the newly founded list on yahoo: Eurasian_Nomads (you may find the group description below) To join the group, send a message to: and reply to the automatic answer of yahoogroups. The opening discussion will be held on some new traces of the Huns' language. A Hungarian-Armenian geologist visiting Iran found a codex in Esfahan from the Sassanian (cca. 500) period with an Old-Armenian - Hunnish word list. I will post the most interesting part of it to the list. Best, Gabor Bihari Hungary Group description: This group is dedicated for discussion on the Eurasian nomadic nations - the pastoral peoples and mounted warriors of the Eurasian steppe region. Topics may include the paleoecological research on the formation of the steppe, the kurghan invasions, the nomadic nations known from historical sources, e.g. the Cimmerian, Scythian (including the Saka, Daha, Massagete tribes), Parthian, Sarmatian and Alan (Iazyges, Roxolani, Aorsi, etc.), Hun (Hephtalites, Kidarites, etc.), Avar, Bulgar, Khazar, Magyar, Turkic and Mongolian tribes and nations, or in the East the Xiungnu, Jueh-Chi, Juan-juan, etc. Their way of life, their domesticated animals, cuisine, traditions, mythology, religion (e.g. Sun-cult, Shamanism). The written sources on the nomads and their own scripts, deciphered and undeciphered. The interaction of these nations with settled peoples. (Like the Sarmatian origin of the Arthurian legends, the Scythian impact on North India and on the Buddhism, Silk Road trade, or even the nomadic traditions of the Samurai) And finally, how did these nomad pastoral peoples contribute to the formation of modern nations, like the Hungarian, Polish, Serbo-Croat, Russian, Ukrainian, Ossetian, modern Turkic and Mongolian, Manchu, Japanese nations, Iranian, Indian clans (e.g. Rajputs, Jats). Both professionals and amateurs are warmly welcomed - especially since there are related topics which are not taught on universities (like the undeciphered runic scripts). The language of discussion is English

Fri 28 Jul 2006 03:01 cengiz From:
thank you Norm

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