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    The Goths thread

    Hello,

    Since I seen there is no thread in which people can discuss about the Gothic tribes, I thought to open one.
    For the start, I am posting here an article from a Danish guy:...
  2. Here is a image of Normans attacking the...

    Here is a image of Normans attacking the AngloSaxons, at the Battle of Hastings:
    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/24/Bayeux_Tapestry_4.jpg

    The Vikings were not using horses in...
  3. This Seaxes theory and that Saxons took their...

    This Seaxes theory and that Saxons took their name from Seaxes ,from my point of view, is not supported by too many arguments.
    Saxon warriors had as main weapon a sword, not a seax.
    Seax might have...
  4. As for taking an Y DNA test and telling after...

    As for taking an Y DNA test and telling after that you are "Germanic" because of the Y DNA, that is quite weird.
    A person that is ethnic German and has E-V13 is German, not SE Europe Celt or...
  5. Germanic people have been mainly identified after...

    Germanic people have been mainly identified after the languages spoken, not after their Y DNA.
    There have been 3 groups of Germanic languages, Norse Germanic, West Germanic and East Germanic.
    Is...
  6. Is quite clear that the name of the Lower Saxony...

    Is quite clear that the name of the Lower Saxony people was Sahson and Sasson in their language.
    Is also quite clear that Vikings used seaxes, but they never started to call themselves Saxons,...
  7. I have problem to trust the official theory from...

    I have problem to trust the official theory from main stream, about Sasana/England and Sasanach coming from Saxanach.
    And Saxanach coming from Latin Saxon.
    Is quite clear Welsh people had direct...
  8. Sasanach is exactly from Sassen not from Latin...

    Sasanach is exactly from Sassen not from Latin Saxones and Romanian Sas is even closer to Sassen.
    England is even called Sasana in Welsh and Irish Gaelic which is very close to Sassen.
    Because is...
  9. The name Seax - which is pronouced Seaks -...

    The name Seax - which is pronouced Seaks - applied to a certain type of blade is exactly from ProtoIndoEuropean Sek, which means to cut.
    Think the idea that Saxons were calling themselves like that...
  10. Let us try some more logical explanation. Saksen...

    Let us try some more logical explanation.
    Saksen is how Saxon people are called on Frisian.
    However the Saxons from Lower Saxony are calling their land in their own German dialect:
    Nedersassen....
  11. Sorry for writting nonsense here - highly doubt...

    Sorry for writting nonsense here - highly doubt Sachsen/Saxon comes from "son of a seax".
    Will attempt to talk to some Saxons from Romania maybe some know the origin of their tribes name.
  12. We had lots of Saxons in Romania and no one used...

    We had lots of Saxons in Romania and no one used Seaxes.
    They are called sasi at plural and at singular sas.
    They were brought in Transylvania starting with 1150 or so.
    Those Saxons that migrated...
  13. These curved blades with a notch from the more...

    These curved blades with a notch from the more recent flags of Essex are what is called "scimitars".
    Not Seaxes.
    Now since is somehow close to the subject do anyone knows when is the word Essex...
  14. Think this Seax theory and Scythians theories...

    Think this Seax theory and Scythians theories should be taken with agrain of salt.
    Simple thing is that those Saxons were called Sasanach and are called Sasanach in the current Welsh Gaelic and...
  15. Another thing, from the ancient European...

    Another thing, from the ancient European languages, the language spoken by migrating Saxons to England was most close to current Iranic languages.
    But Scythians were not fully IndoEuropean people,...
  16. OK, but if we to ask the people from Lower Saxony...

    OK, but if we to ask the people from Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein they never had traditions to wear a Seax with them.
    So, those ancient Saxons that came to South of England with their...
  17. The link from one of my posts here shows, from a...

    The link from one of my posts here shows, from a Greek historian, that Scythians had a blade adoring ritual.
    The Saxons , or Sak-sen, can be "the sons of the blade" .
    So the Saxons/Saksen might be...
  18. I have not said that the Saxons were not Germanic...

    I have not said that the Saxons were not Germanic people, that resided in North Germany.
    I just said in the first post of the thread that Seax is a knife that was used only by the Saxons and that it...
  19. Well , slightly off topic: England had the...

    Well , slightly off topic:
    England had the strongest horse culture from Europe.
    Including horse races.
    This is what I've found about this subject:...
  20. Scythians were only R1B and R1A :...

    Scythians were only R1B and R1A :
    https://indo-european.eu/2018/10/iranian-nomadic-tribes-also-show-steppe-nomadic-pastoralist-y-dna-bottlenecks-and-r1b-l23/
    The Saxons from England are having more...
  21. Well, this thread starts to become fascinating....

    Well, this thread starts to become fascinating.
    Sorry for deviating from the original subject, but the Firangi Swords, manufactured mostly at Solingen, by Frankish craftsmen, reminds me of the...
  22. And still in this thread, I understand now with...

    And still in this thread, I understand now with ease what Wessex, Sussex, Essex meant:
    Wessex - kingdom of West Saxons
    Sussex - kingom of South Saxons
    Essex - kingdom of East Saxons

    The name...
  23. A short notice, the thread was opened to tell...

    A short notice, the thread was opened to tell that Saxons were named like that, because they were using a specific type of knife.
    An article, which shows clearly that besides Saxons, such knives...
  24. A short notice, Scythians are noticed to live in...

    A short notice, Scythians are noticed to live in Central Asia and speaking Iranic languages.
    Also, since ancient Scythians had R1B-P312, most of their paternal lines, they are quite different, from...
  25. Some samples of R1A Scythians, show them close to...

    Some samples of R1A Scythians, show them close to the current Nordish people of Europe (Germans,Austrians,Brits,Irish, Baltic people etc)"
    https://eurogenes.blogspot.com/2015/12/the-scythian.html...
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