More about human migration...
Posted 20 November 2007 - 10:12 PM
This is in regards to the the remains found in the Shandong region dated 2,500 years ago (about 500 BCE). One thing, were there Caucasoids within these areas? If so, how many? Or is it wrong/inconclusive to conclude them to be entirely European since this population lived 2,500 years ago.
To anybody, any proper information helps. Thanks.
Posted 22 November 2007 - 12:41 PM
Like what I mean of Turkish peoples, it's not just the people of turkey but a whole range or different ethnic groups throughout Central Asia that form a type of family due to some commonality like language similarities, nomadic cultural influences, etc, so I guess a better term would be turkic peoples,
Supposedly, the Turkic peoples are related to the Mongols and other Northern nomadic tribes, they even have a legend where they claim to be descendents from some Mongol village, but it's not a pretty legend though.
I want to go deeper, but I can see how this might thread might turn very controversial and I might not have the most PC or historically correct terminology to describe, so I'll leave it for now until more posts later.
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