pertaining to Scythia
, its people, or their language.
the Iranian language spoken by the ancient Scythians.
Gold Scythian pectoral, or neckpiece, from a royal kurgan in Tolstaya Mogila,
Ordzhonikidze, Ukraine, dated to the second half of the 4th century BC. The
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were a nomadic horse-riding society that pretty much ruled all of Central Asia during the 6th and 7th centuries BC. More »
Nov 14, 2014 ... The Scythians were feared and admired for their prowess in war and, in particular
, for their horsemanship. They were among the earliest ...
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The Scythians were an ancient Iranic people of horse-riding nomadic pastoralists
who, throughout classical antiquity, dominated the Pontic-Caspian steppe...
Aug 18, 2015 ... "Scythians" (Greek Σκύθης) and "Sacae" (Old Persian Sakâ): two renderings of
Skudat ("archers"?), the name of the nomads of the Central ...
Below is a description of the steppe people known as the Scythians. One not only
discovers something about them from this description, but one also learns ...