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Is this a believable map?

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    Posted: 09-Apr-2005 at 22:35

Seems to be an excess of Turkish zeal to swallow all the nations of the world into one giant Turan. Who next will be consumed as Turk?


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  Quote Guests Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10-Apr-2005 at 05:17
In fact, Scythians were a nomadic originated nation from central asia, so their culture had elements both from Iranians and Turkic tribes. They were kind of a mixture. In the epic of "Afrasiyab" in Shehnama, Afrasiyab is called the Turanian commander and he is totally the same person with "Alp Er Tunga", who is Turkic. The nomadic culture doesnt belong to a specific group of civilization, because intermixing of both ethnicities and culture is a common tradition of thousands of years...
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