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    Posted: 03-Sep-2006 at 08:07
Please post your links to websites about the history of Steppe Nomads and Central Asia here!
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Turkic History, Language, etc. - http://www.turkicworld.org/
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Find Lev Gumilev (uncertain about the spelling) - this author is valued as one of the best understanders of the matter; that is if you want to dig deeper into that matter - the battles in the russian stepes are one of the most extensive in the last ten-fourteen (or even more) centuries, starting with Attila, passing through khazars, bulgars, tatars, mongols, cossacks, etc. . Russian authors pay special tribute to these vile riders.
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http://gumilevica.kulichki.net/debate/
 
Althouhg some articles are in English the majority are in Russian.
I havent been throught them all yet but a couple good ones ive read so far are;
 
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http://gumilevica.kulichki.net/debate/Article24.htm

 

Unity and variety of steppe culture of Eurasia into the Middle Ages.

 

Use babelfish or google to help with translation.  Not perfect but understandable.

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