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Sarmatians The Sarmatians were a people who, during the 4th century BC-4th
century ad, occupied much of southern European Russia and penetrated into the
eastern Balkans beyond. Sarmatian studies were in their infancy in the early 20th
Very little was known till the 1960s about the social structure or way of life
developed by the Sarmatians. Basically both at first followed closely those
established by the Scythians, largely as the result of a common Central Asian
origin and ...
Another buriai in the same region produced a gold vessel, dating from between
the 2nd century bc and the 1st century ad, signed in Greek letters with the name
of its Sarmatian maker, Tarulla. BIBLIOGRAPHY. M.I. rostovtsev, Iranians and ...
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