"Originally Posted by jormung
The problem of loanwords from indoeuropean to old chinese is very old and it is discussed in any good book about lndoeuropean linguistics.
But we can find the discussion in several papers, for example in "Tocharian Loan Words in Old Chinese...
“The war chariot and some other elements of the Central Eurasian Culture Complex appeared in China somewhat before the twelfth century BC . Burials in the royal necropolis found in the ruins of the late Shang capital at Anyang on the north bank of the Yellow River include numerous chariots...
Expansion during the chalcolithic age and bronze age
"During the Chalcolithic age (about 4.5 kya-4.0 kya) in East Asia, copper, cattle and wheat were introduced to the East Asian heartland (Liu and Chen, 2003; Liu, 2004; Liu and Chen, 2017). Archaeologists have suggested that the elements may...
Previous studies of archaeology and history suggested that the riseand prosperity of Bronze Age culture in East Asia had made essential contributionto the formation of early state and civilization in this region. However, the impactsin perspective of genetics remain ambiguous...
Majiayao culture gansu china w/ CUCUTENI-TRYPILLIA pottery and western flexed burial:
gansu seima turbino burial:
Graphic reconstruction of the skull of a man from grave 3 of the Shatar-Chuluu burial ground (AT-25): full face (a) and profile (b):
afanasievo culture people
Anglo saxon ship burial:
"The ship was full of gold and silver, jewellery and weapons, bowls and cups. In Anglo-Saxon times these sorts of things were often buried with people when they died - perhaps because the Anglo-Saxons thought...
"Yellow and purple spiral and sun patterns on the mummy's face have been misidentified as tattoos in some sources; they are actually an ochre paint.":
"Other hints at the depictions on the razors being significant to travelling to the under world can be seen on some of the rarer examples."...
Tarim mummies skulls:
This flat-skull people seemed to migrate to china:
Ephthalites (white Hun)
in the Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age in Armenia:
Reconstruction of the appearance of a man from the Vakhrushevo-1 burial ground
Vyacheslav Molodin and others / Ural Historical Bulletin, 2023
"At the same time a more massive
"Yury Khudyakov found numerous similarities between the plaques and other Xiongnu-Sarmatian finds from Mongolia and Altay, particularly a group of plaques retrieved from Tepsei Mount near the Yenisey River, usually attributed to Tashtyk culture.
Pugachenkova believes the plaques were made by...
"Researchers used scans of a Bronze Age woman's skull to create a facial approximation of what she may have looked like 3,800 years ago. (Image credit: Cícero Moraes)"
Facial reconstruction of a man who could be Qin Shi Huang's son and a woman who may have been a wife or concubine.:
a wet felted rug...
Thus, seima turbino axe is a Vajra:
"According to Asko Parpola, the Sanskrit vajra- (वज्र-) and its Avestan cognate vazra- are possibly ultimately derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *weg'- which means "to be(come) powerful". The related Proto-West-Uralic *vaśara ("axe, mace", (later)...
I missed one thing:
Pliska Rosette, an archaeological find that is popular among the Bulgarian historians:
I think this altai petroglyph shows that 7 headed Sky father, mother earth, their 7 children and a tree of life.
"In religious or mythological cosmology, the seven heavens refer to seven levels or divisions of the Heavens. The concept, also found in the ancient Mesopotamian religions...