Real Scythians

Real Scythians

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Origin and language of Scythians have interested both ancient and modern researchers since Herodotus introduced this great people onto the scene of history. The theory that Scythians are the branch of Iranian stock is still dominant today. But many puzzles remain unsolved and contradictions are flagrant. Transformed to scientific dogma this theory wiped out identity of a great people, making Scythians victims of unprecedented scientific genocide, buried under scholastic misunderstandings and prejudices. This essay offers different approach based on new reading of Herodotus, the main source for Scythians. Combining many disciplines (historiography, linguistics, anthropology) author demonstrates that more promising perspective is to explain Scythian language from Indo-Aryan. Scythian language, mythology, genealogy are reconstructed from scratch. The new vista might have direct influence on understanding not only of Scythian world but also of Indo-European histo ry in early more

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  • Paperback | 120 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 7.11mm | 185.97g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1466267739
  • 9781466267732

About Momir Nikic

Momir Nikic, Ph.D. in anthropology, M.A. in comparative literature, anthropologist, writer, lexicographer and publisher. Former editor in chief of Belgrade Publishing and Printing house, expert of the International Labor Organization, executive director of Fulbright program in Yugoslavia. He is pioneer of Historical anthropology, occupied mainly with IndoEuropean studies. He is also founder of new paradigm in philosophy, art and literature in the age of digital culture - CREALISM (1991). He pub-lished: Homo Creator (Ph.D. thesis, 1986); Factio and Fictio (1990); Culture and Civilization, evolution of term and concept (1998); Art and Technology in 20th Century (2000); Computers - pillars of the 20th Century (2001); Introduction to Sanskrit (2008); Popular Encyclopedia (1976., in cooperation with German publisher Brockhaus)... Author of three crealist novels (The last Book, 1994., Tri-ballian Net, 1996., URLA, 2000.); KREALIZAM (main treatise of new paradigm, 2002.)... as well as many theoretical treatises in anthropology, history, linguistics, theory of art and literature ( He lives and works in Serbia and USA."show more