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  1. Conquest of an empire is one thing and migration...

    Conquest of an empire is one thing and migration from a land to another land, is another thing. Persians also conquered a large part of Asia, Europe and Africa but it doesn't mean Persians migrated...
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    I am really interested to know what these...

    I am really interested to know what these influences are, for example what exists in Indian or Greek culture which could be from the north of Caucasus?
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    Maz is a variant of mas in Avestan, cognate with...

    Maz is a variant of mas in Avestan, cognate with Old Persian maθ (modern Persian mah) which means "big, long, strong", and ancient Greek mêkos‎ from proto-IE *meh₂ḱ- "long", compare to the names of...
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    I certainly don't believe that Indo-Iranians...

    I certainly don't believe that Indo-Iranians lived anywhere other than northern part of South Asia and southern part of Central Asia in the 3rd millennium BC, if they lived more northern than this...
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    About "White Devil" in Mazandaran:...

    About "White Devil" in Mazandaran: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Div-e_Sepid
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    You have no right to insult me or other members...

    You have no right to insult me or other members of this forum, we are here to express our own views and opinions, not what you like, if you want to ban me for this reason, please do it as soon as...
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    And I have talked about them several times in...

    And I have talked about them several times in this forum and you don't even read them, for example in this thread:...
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    I actually link Mazania to Mukania, an ancient...

    I actually link Mazania to Mukania, an ancient land in the north of Iran which has been mentioned in Akkadian sources, the name of Mycenae in the ancient Greek was also the same Μυκῆναι. I think you...
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    As I said in my previous, I don't believe that...

    As I said in my previous, I don't believe that the same European culture existed in Iran but a proto-Culture which was probably closer to proto-IE existed here.
    The important point is that when we...
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    You have a strange imagination about the ancient...

    You have a strange imagination about the ancient times, this is the map of the world in Babylonian era:

    http://oi61.tinypic.com/2zp6u0m.jpg

    Someone with no clear reason says that Gutians were...
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    But Sumerian which became extinct in the south of...

    But Sumerian which became extinct in the south of Mesopotamia hundreds years before the appearance of Hittite language, borrowed this word from Indo-European, it clearly shows Yamnaya is NOT IE.
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    I think it is better that I use the term...

    I think it is better that I use the term "proto-Greek" instead of "Greek" about the ancient culture which existed in the north of Iran, Greek culture is a culture which was found in Greece, there...
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    As I said these names existed in Iran from at...

    As I said these names existed in Iran from at least the 3rd millennium BC, so they couldn't be related to Alexander's conquest.
    I believe a Greek culture existed in the north of Iran before arrival...
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    I think you are wrong, more than 2,000 years ago...

    I think you are wrong, more than 2,000 years ago Strabo says about the people who lived in the north of Iran (Mazandaran): http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Roman/Texts/Strabo/11G*.html "They say...
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    According to Eupedia: J2b2-L283: from Neolithic...

    According to Eupedia: J2b2-L283: from Neolithic Iran to the Indo-Europeans "The oldest known J2b sample comes from the Pre-Pottery Neolithic site of Tepe Abdul Hosein in western Iran, dating from...
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    Caucasus has been always the land of Caucasian...

    Caucasus has been always the land of Caucasian people, not Indo-Europeans, it is believed that the original Caucasian language was divided into North Caucasian and South Caucasian in the 4th...
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    What we read about Mazandaran (Mazania/Mycenae)...

    What we read about Mazandaran (Mazania/Mycenae) in Avesta and Shahnameh can be related to Indo-Iranian migration to Iran, Mazandaran was actually the main land in Iran where enemies of Aryans...
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    Some of these names can be found in the ancient...

    Some of these names can be found in the ancient Sumero-Akkadian, Hurro-Urartian or Elamite sources from 2nd and 3rd millennium BC, of course it is poosible that we find some similar words in the...
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    As you said just a few ones relate to Greek, that...

    As you said just a few ones relate to Greek, that I think you mean Mycenaean or another archaic Greek language, so they couldn't be from the Hellenistic period, I just said they sound Greek, for...
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    Talking about Iran as the original land of...

    Talking about Iran as the original land of Indo-Europeans is not Iranocentric, there are some Iranian nationalists who believe that Iranian culture was the origin of all IE cultures but I never...
  21. Where was Parrhasia (3rd millennium BC), Iran, India, Sogdia, or Greece?

    We read about Parhasi (also called Marhasi, Barhasi, Warhasi, ...) in Sumero-Akkadian sources from at least the 3rd millennium BC, as a major power in the Middle East, it is generally believed it was...
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    Demetrios, that is really a great post, I learned...

    Demetrios, that is really a great post, I learned some important new things, thanks.
    The fact is that most of historical placenames in the north of Iran don't sound Iranian, for example look at...
  23. Iranian-speaking people migrated to Iran about...

    Iranian-speaking people migrated to Iran about 700 BC, before the establishment of Median/Persian empires, probably less than 10 percent of Iranians spoke Iranian languages, Steppe-descended...
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    spruithean, I think you are the only one who...

    spruithean, I think you are the only one who doesn't see any evidence for Indo-European presence in Iran, in every thread in this forum you just want to deny it, whereas most of recent studies are...
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    I certainly don't talk about modern Iranians or...

    I certainly don't talk about modern Iranians or Iranian-speaking people, but ancient people who lived in this land, without any doubt the region between Caspian sea and Persian gulf which is already...
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