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Sarmatians Proved to Live in Bashkiria
22.11.2010 13:00
Sarmatians Proved to Live in Bashkiria

As the results of All-Russia population census revealed, along with traditional minor nationalities inhabiting Bashkiria, the Sarmatians also live in the republic.
      The census data proves that Bashkiria is a multinational republic, where people still venerate their traditions.
      By the way, the Sarmatians is the general name for Iran-language tribes that settled around in steppes from River Tobol in the east and to the Danube in the west in the 3rd century BC 4th century AD.
      The Sarmatians were among the most courageous, hardworking and developed peoples of Eurasia of that time.
      In summer 1988 an expedition headed by archeologist Anatoly Pshenichnuk from Ufa unearthed the Filippovsky burial mound. The researchers then found Gold of the Sarmatians with the total weight of 30 kg.
Author: Vera Ivanova


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