How can IE migration be explained without mentioning Seima Turbino?

johen

Elite member
Messages
1,080
Reaction score
131
Points
63
This is a continuation of my thread, why okunevo culture was ignored?
https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threa...o-European-history-they-are-just-paleo-people

I really don’t understand why seima turbino culture was totally killed. Can IE migation to India really be explained without seima-turbino culture analysis?

As I said before, central asia horse people seems to start to butcher farmers in whole eurasia like mongol around 1,500bc when IE people migrated to India. Any andronovo culture was not found near south asia, but okunevo and maybe seima turbino also.

Model-of-the-proposed-spread-of-socketed-axes-from-east-to-west-At-present-radiocarbon.png

seima-turbino-phenomenon-parpola.jpg


according to grigoryev,
[...settlements with round plan, ceramics with roller, bone plate armours, developed metallurgy and domesticanimals.during xvi-xv centuries artefacts closely related to seyma tradition became typical for hoards in pannonia, france and england. thus, these bronzes distribution marks the moving of celts.a new wave of newcomers left f’odorovo culture sites. some include usually this culture, together withalakul culture, in andronovo culture.]

From
Seima-Turbino traditions in Northern France:
214-edb5d7ce43.jpg

there is, probably, one more testimony to the invasion of central europe by the seima-turbino peoples. on bronze age settlements in saxony, burials are known of skulls and pieces of bones showing signs of cannibalism. unfortunately, the publication does not define more exactly to which period these finds relate [grimm, 1997]. in particular, many simi-lar finds have been made in slovakia, on settlements of the veterov, madjarovce and otomani cultures.they are known on unětice settlements very rarely.often, traces of scraping and incisions are visible on bones, and the cooking of body parts is not ex-cluded. sometimes there are pieces of skull. a cer-emonial mask found on the nitriansky hrádok set-tlement, made from the front of a skull, is especiallyinteresting [furmanek, jakab, 1997]. it should be noted that the distribution here of bronzes of seima-turbino type is dated exactly to this time and found on settlements of this group. the connection of suchrituals with these cultural groups can be demon-strated also by an example from south-westernpoland, where, at the end of phase br a2, the nowagerekwia group occurs, whose formation is usuallyconnected with the abovementioned cultural devel-opments in slovakia. at this time both fortified set-tlements and burials on settlements appeared here.very often there are separate human bones, espe-cially skulls and pieces of skull. it was uncharacter-istic of unětice culture and is subsequently absentfrom trzciniec culture.

essential changes in metalworking occurred inthe middle bronze age [megaw, simpson, 1979, p.207], of which the appearance of arrowheads look-ing back to seima-turbino forms is of most interestto us. they have a cast elongated round socket, awide long blade, and a round or rhombic socket-shank. on the socket there are eyes for attachment(fig. 78.3,4). some sockets are ornamented withtriangles or zigzags which correspond closely toseima tradition [ehrenberg, 1977]. middle bronzeage hoards also contain celts with a side eye [farley,1979]. in addition to objects linked with seima-turbino metalworking, metal of central europeanorigin occurs in the wessex complexes, in particu-lar, pins of unětician types [megaw, simpson, 1979, p. 227].
https://www.academia.edu/3742220/Ancient_Indo-Europeans._Chelyabinsk_Rifei_2002

In china:
http://www.bronsereplika.no/Linduff 2017.JPG

these new observations suggest that the distribution of metal spearheads from the seima-turbino culture to northern china represents the diffusion and spread of the metallurgical technique. from the metallurgical perspective in particular, the bronze casting of spearheads indicates the origin of piece-mould casting and core-casting technology, which influenced the bronze vessel casting method in china. we therefore suggest that the early chinese metallurgy of the lower xiajiadian culture in the western liao river area can be linked to the seima-turbino culture; this technique had spread from the altai mountain area to northern china via the taosi culture. after spreading to the lower xiajiadian culture, it finally arrived at the qijia culture of qinghai and gansu provinces in the west

soviet scholars are convinced that the custom of depositing chariots in the graves of the shang rulers came from the west, as well as the ceremonial significance of the the chariot itself. the finds of sintashta, where the wheels are standing in furrows carefully dug into the soil of the grave-chamber(exaclty in china) as well as the conventionalized rock carvings, confirm this thesis.

abstract: records on human sacrifice have been revealed by the oracle-bone inscriptions of shang dynasty. human sacrifices carry special symbolic significance in shang dynasty for worshipping spirits. different methods of killing were used in worship rituals. as the inscription reveals, some words are used as the methods of killing of human beings in general. in the meantime, some special characters are used to refer to specific killing methods through analysis of the characters and structures of the language. the lecture will focus on 12 different methods of killing human sacrifice. the methods include beheading, splitting the body into halves, dismembering bodies, beating to death, chopping to death, extracting blood, burying alive, drowning, burning to death, boiling, corpse displaying, exposing body part to hot sun. with the analysis of the different methods of human sacrifice, it is easy to conclude that human sacrifice was a very common religious practice in shang dynasty. these practices reflect the cruelty of the rulers to their subjects and their piety towards the spirits they worship.


In India:
2000 BC Sanauli warrior in supine style with chariot
Trenches-India-Sanauli-Chariots-Mirror-Comb.jpg


dabeedce66e27f6eb19c782cb043d165.jpg
 
Last edited:
In china:
distribution of spearheads from ST to china:

http://www.bronsereplika.no/Linduff%202017.JPG


these new observations suggest that the distribution of metal spearheads from the seima-turbino culture to northern china represents the diffusion and spread of the metallurgical technique. from the metallurgical perspective in particular, the bronze casting of spearheads indicates the origin of piece-mould casting and core-casting technology, which influenced the bronze vessel casting method in china. we therefore suggest that the early chinese metallurgy of the lower xiajiadian culture in the western liao river area can be linked to the seima-turbino culture; this technique had spread from the altai mountain area to northern china via the taosi culture. after spreading to the lower xiajiadian culture, it finally arrived at the qijia culture of qinghai and gansu provinces in the west

Elunino culture, one of seima turbino, used lead component. Thus it would make lead-poisoning happen in china bronze like in Rome age. Its sword was found in huge step pyramid in northern china and erlitou culture(so called Xia first dynasty in china)

unfortunately, in china we do not yet know of any metal object related,without doubt, to the chemurchek culture. kovalev, erdenebaatar, tishkin and grushin found several leaden ear rings and one ring of tin bronze in three excavated chemurchek stone boxes (kovalev and erdenebaatar 2014a; tishkin et al. 2015). such lead rings are typical for elunino culture,which occupied the entire west altai after 2400–2300 bce (tishkin et al. 2015). this culture had developed a tradition of bronze metallurgy with various dopants, primarily tin. thus, the tradition of bronze metallurgy as early as this time could have penetrated the mongolian altai far to the south.

Bronze drinking vessels famous for their intricate carvings and used by the aristocracy in the Chinese Shang dynasty (1555-1145 BCE) are known to have been fabricated with alloys containing soft metallic lead. The contribution of lead leaching from such vessels into the fermented grain wines drunk by the Chinese nobility in ancient times has not been previously estimated.

Significant lead contamination of Shaoxing rice wine was detected when it was left in bronze goblets fabricated to resemble the Shang dynasty vessels. If a liter of contaminated wine was drunk daily, the daily intake of lead could have been as high as 85 mg. Such a high degree of contamination could cause chronic lead poisoning, affecting the health of the Shang nobility who used bronze beverage containers, before lead was excluded from the manufacture of bronze.

step pyramid in china:
https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/33257-upside-down-pyramids (post 9)

it has long been known that a single-edged knife found at erlitou, the centre of the first bronzes cast on china's central plain, belonged to a steppe tradition (mei 2009). the knife can be compared with one from the elunino culture in the russian altai, and with its relatives at shimao (figure 4).
 
Last edited:

ancient greek women vs ancient Xinjiang Province women
worlds_oldest_porn.jpg

"called the kangjiashimenji petroglyphs, these images of an ancient fertility ritual were discovered roughly 25 years ago by chinese archeologist wang binghua in the western xinjiang province. credit: jeannine davis-kimball/center for the study of eurasian nomads"

"the faces appear caucasian or western and the images mirror some discovered 1,600 miles away in ukraine."
 

See a Ring dagger of seima turbino culture. I think the Ring was a history maker.
Seima turbino has lots of style dagger. Ring and curbed style seems to be inherited into karashuk culture, which was spread into china bronze and east asia. Even avar has a long ring sword.

Between the early Seima-Turbino and later Karasuk types of metallurgy there are sufficiently striking and obvious points of interrelation (compare Figs. 14 and 17).

Karashuk style dagger in china.
Curve-blade-knives-A-Liushui-cememtery-b-late-Karasuk-culture-c-Tagar-culture-d.jpg

A rather significant numberof imitations of Karasuk metal forms are currently known from Ancient China. These imitations are well represented even in the “royal”complexes of Anyang cemetery, dated on the basis of written documents to the XIII to XI centuries BC, the period of the late Shang dynasty(Chang and Pingfang 2005: 150-176).

Knife coin in china
Yan_State_Coins.jpg

Knife money is the name of large, cast, bronze, knife-shaped commodity money produced by various governments and kingdoms in what is now China, approximately 2500 years ago. Knife money circulated in China between 600 and 200 B.C. during the Zhou dynasty.

Celt (Gaulic) Ring-Handled Knives:
www.historyguru.com.au/HistoryGuru/files/cc/cc8bfbe9-7a6b-4435-ac9a-440cf7ad9399.jpg

Mycenaean has two types of swords. one with ring, the others from west asia:
Findings_from_Grave_IV_%28Grave_Circle_A%29.JPG


seima turbino's twin snake head dagger.
Artefacts_Seima-Turbino_GIM.jpg


antennae sword,1500–500 b.c. copper hoard india:
main-image


sarmatian sword:
Sarmatian-4.jpg
 
Last edited:
Karashuk style dagger in china.
Curve-blade-knives-A-Liushui-cememtery-b-late-Karasuk-culture-c-Tagar-culture-d.jpg



Knife coin in china
Yan_State_Coins.jpg

seima turbino's celt as money also? It seems to me that battle axe was valuable in ancient europe, but dagger in ancient east asia.

bronze-axes-on-table.jpg

with hundreds of axes; over 300, and maybe many more, the dorset site is remarkable. not only are there more of axes than from any other site of this date, but it is also unique in having four separate hoards buried close by.

the axes in the dorset hoard could not have been used. instead it is as if they were ingots of metal made in the shape of an axe. from the stone age axes made from stone from the highest hills, perhaps where the gods lived, had been objects regarded as having special powers. at the beginning of the bronze age, metal axes were treated as special objects. at the end of the bronze age, when iron had already started to be used, it is almost as if symbolic axes were used as a form of currency, as a measure of wealth. it is almost as if the values of the offerings to the god could be measured in terms of the amount of metals used, and that at the very end of the bronze age, the shape that embodied the value of metal was the one that was used at the beginning of the bronze age; an axe.

unstoppable seima turbino celt.

a-Typological-comparison-between-copper-base-blind-socketed-axe-adzes-from-1-Turbino-I.png

a typological comparison between copper-base, blind socketed axe-adzes from: 1 turbino i cemetery (perm krai, russia), 2 yinxu, miaobu locus north burial 60 (henan, rpc), 3 xin'gan, 'dayangzhou great burial' (jiangxi, rpc), 4 dong den cemetery (ha tay, vietnam), 5 non nok tha, burial 90 (khon kaen, thailand), 6 non pa wai, square c, burial 2 (khok samrong; thailand), 7 tha kae bronze age layer (lopburi, thailand). b typological comparison between copper-base, blind socketed spear-heads from: 1 seima cemetery (chelyabinsk oblast, russia), 2 yinxu, locus west, burial 729 (henan, rpc), 3 ban chiang, burial 76 (udon thani, thailand), 4 nil kham haeng, burial 4 (khok samrong, thailand), 5 viet khe cemetery (thanh hoa, vietnam)
 
I really don’t understand why seima turbino culture was totally killed. Can IE migation to India really be explained without seima-turbino culture analysis?
As I said before, central asia horse people seems to start to butcher farmers in whole eurasia like mongol around 1,500bc when IE people migrated to India.
seima-turbino-phenomenon-parpola.jpg

How did sintashta culture survive? Seima turbino people attacked whole eurasia, but sintashta. If sintashta people was strong enough to defend against seima turbino, why were they stuck in east Ural?

Anyway, two people seems to interact each other.

image174.png

[figure 86. materials from an aristocratic burial at zardcha khalifa in the zeravshan valley. (1) horse-head sceptre pin of bronze of the same type as those found in sintashta (4) [not to scale]. (2) two horse bits of bronze. (3) fragments of cheek-pieces of bone. modified from parpola and carpelan (2005), where images from bobomulloev 1997 and gening et al. 1992 are used.]

horse-head in seima-turbino
http://s155239215.onlinehome.us/turkic/btn_Archeology/Chernykh/Chernykh2008Fig8.jpg

arkaim statue in sintashta culture:
www.ringingcedarsofrussia.org/theearth/oct12/arkaim-8.jpg

same statue in seima at 20:
http://www.sarks.fi/fa/PDF/FA19_13.pdf

according to anthony:
the dating of the seima-turbino horizon has changed significantly in recent years. similarities between seima-turbino socketed spearheads and daggers and parallel objects in mycenaean tombs were once used to date the seima-turbino horizon to a period after 1650 bce. it is clear now, however, that mycenaean socketed spearheads, like studded disk cheekpieces, were derived from the east and not the other way around. seima-turbino and sintashta were partly contemporary, so seima-turbino probably began before 1900 bce.31 seima-turbino and sintasha graves had the same kinds of flint projectile points. sintashta forged socketed spearheads probably were the simpler predecessors of the more refined hollow-cast seima-turbino socketed spearheads. a hollow-cast spearhead of seima-turbino type was deposited in a petrovka-culture chariot grave at krivoe ozero (k. 2, gr. 1); and a sintashta bent and forged spearhead appeared in the seima-turbino cemetery at rostovka (gr. 1) (see figure 16.15). the metal-working techniques of the northern steppes (sintashta and petrovka) and the forest-steppe zone (seima-turbino) remained separate and distinct for perhaps one hundred to two hundred years. but by the beginning of the andronovo period they merged, and some important seima-turbino metal types, such as cast single-edged knives with a ring-pommel, became widely popular in andronovo communities.
 
Last edited:
seima turbino's twin snake head dagger.
Artefacts_Seima-Turbino_GIM.jpg


antennae sword,1500–500 b.c. copper hoard india:
main-image

I think vedic culture cannot be explained without snake to generate and regenerate life. I think more important thing is snake pattern itself, which is a mandala (circle). Rigveda is just a mandala book.
Our life is a mandala, and solar system is a mandala. Aryan, celtic, ancient greek, scythian and american indian are all mandala people.
However, steppe cultures, which are mainly discussed in the papers, don't have snake culture of mandala concept. The cultures just explain a small part of rigveda like chariot thing, horse burial thing, pole things, fire cult and etc.

Moreover, we can see snake moving patterns in mycenaean vase and ST snake daggers, which is same as thunder pattern. So snake can be replaced by thunderbolt of Zeus or Indra. We can find a eagle holding thunderbolt or snake. In other words,
I think a snake dagger of seima turbino seems to be a thunderbolt.
Ccross.svg


Naga(snake)-mandala is a religious ritual theater in the cultural region of Tulu Nadu

MundkurNagaMandala.JPG
 
Last edited:
As I said before, central asia horse people seems to start to butcher farmers in whole eurasia like mongol around 1,500bc when IE people migrated to India. Any andronovo culture was not found near south asia, but okunevo and maybe seima turbino.

In India:
2000 BC Sanauli warrior in supine style with chariot.

Moreover,

Bronze Age social and cultural interconnections across the Eurasian steppe are the subject of much current debate. A particularly significant place is occupied by the Andronovo Culture or family of cultures. Important new data document the most easterly extension of Eurasian Bronze Age sites of Andronovo affinity into western China. Findings from the site of Adunqiaolu in Xinjiang and a new series of radiocarbon dates challenge existing models of eastward cultural dispersion, and demonstrate the need to reconsider the older chronologies and migration theories. The site is well preserved and offers robust potential for deeper study of the Andronovo culture complex, particularly in the eastern mountain regions.

The new data from Adunqiaolu fit well into the emerging view of the eastern Andronovoas shown by Frachetti and Mar’yashev (2007), Hanks et al. (2007), Panyushkina et al.(2008) and Molodin et al. (2012a), and which is gradually gaining wider acceptance(e.g. Doumani 2014). The earlier chronologies for the putative eastward spread of theAndronovo are clearly challenged, although mechanisms behind the transmission of generalcultural influences remain unclear. The revised chronology supports new hypotheses on thenature of cultural connections (Frachetti 2013: 292) that replace the earlier explanatorymodels of long distance migration supported by Kuz’mina (1986, 1994, 2007, 2008) andothers (e.g. Tkacheva & Tkachev 2008). The idea of ‘waves’ of eastward movement creatingnew regionalised ‘cultural clusters’ has been refuted, partly through emerging radiocarbonsequences as discussed above, but also through evidence for long-term localised regionaldevelopment, such as that documented by Frachetti in Semirech’ye from at least the midthird millennium cal BC (Frachetti 2008).
http://www.kaogu.net.cn/uploads/soft/Chinese Archaeology/14/20170623y1.pdf
 
india copper hoard near IVC:
Ind_cu_hoard_groups.svg

anthropomorph in 2000 bc sanauli, india:
sanauli1.jpg



[Zeus formular]

Deus or Ancient Greek Zeus > ancient chinese Tees > modern chinese Di( lord, son of sky or heaven)< altai petroglyph

Ancient chinese character of sky (tian):
天-bronze-shang.svg


Alain Thote, "Chinese coffins from the first millennium B.C. and early images of the afterworld," Res: Anthropology and aesthetics61-62 (Spring-Autumn 2012): 22-40.:
resvn1ms23647819.fp.png_v03

https://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/abs/10.1086/RESvn1ms23647819?journalCode=res&

Altai petroglyph:
d2c2aa80-a5fe-11e9-af19-293c84a87f26.jpg

https://gitishow.com/u/p/mahta/5d2ac8940bb5f2fbb4da6359/نماد-افعی-هفت-سر-در-تمدن-های-مختلف-دنیا

Zeus or not?
i.png


One sample of early La Tène culture A from Putzenfeld am Dürrnberg, Hallein, Austria (ca 450–380 BC)
kelten-dna-putzenfeld-duerrnberg-grab-376.jpg


scythian:
www.encyclopediaofukraine.com/pic%5CS%5CC%5CScythian%20warrior%20skeleton%20in%20Cherkasy%20Oblast%20Regional%20Studies%20Museum.jpg
 
Moreover, we can see snake moving patterns in mycenaean vase and ST snake daggers, which is same as thunder pattern. So snake can be replaced by thunderbolt of Zeus or Indra. We can find a eagle holding thunderbolt or snake. In other words,
I think a snake dagger of seima turbino seems to be a thunderbolt.
Artefacts_Seima-Turbino_GIM.jpg

Aztec-god-Tlaloc.jpg


"The vajra in South American cultures


In the new world we encounter a similar deadly lightning weapon used by the sky gods. In the Aztec culture there is the god Huitzilopochtli. Huitzilopochtli, with his weapon Xiuhcoatl, “ the fire serpent ”, killed his sister Coyolxauhqui soon after he was born. The Mayan rain deity Chaac and the later Aztec Tlaloc are both depicted carrying their lightning axe (Figure 6.). Sometimes they are depicted holding snakes, which represent lightning bolts, which they would hurl from the mountaintops where they made their retreat. In Peru, we find the god Illapa who is described as a man wielding a club in his left hand and a sling in his right."

https://www.ancient-origins.net/artifacts-ancient-technology/vajra-ancient-weapon-war-008467

same thing here okunevo:
5f2475b66efce578514a9113ff7ee531.png


okunevo's third eye:
inside_mask_6.jpg


shiva's third eye in ancient india:
4982.jpg


https://siberiantimes.com/science/c...500-years-old-with-links-to-native-americans/
https://www.ancient.eu/image/4982/shiva/

okunevo vs modern indian
inside_figurine_left.jpg

Sadhu_Vârânasî.jpg
 
Last edited:
there is, probably, one more testimony to the invasion of central europe by the seima-turbino peoples. on bronze age settlements in saxony, burials are known of skulls and pieces of bones showing signs of cannibalism. unfortunately, the publication does not define more exactly to which period these finds relate [grimm, 1997]. in particular, many simi-lar finds have been made in slovakia, on settlements of the veterov, madjarovce and otomani cultures.they are known on unětice settlements very rarely.often, traces of scraping and incisions are visible on bones, and the cooking of body parts is not ex-cluded. sometimes there are pieces of skull. a cer-emonial mask found on the nitriansky hrádok set-tlement, made from the front of a skull, is especiallyinteresting [furmanek, jakab, 1997]. it should be noted that the distribution here of bronzes of seima-turbino type is dated exactly to this time and found on settlements of this group. the connection of suchrituals with these cultural groups can be demon-strated also by an example from south-western poland, where, at the end of phase br a2, the nowagerekwia group occurs, whose formation is usuallyconnected with the abovementioned cultural devel-opments in slovakia. at this time both fortified set-tlements and burials on settlements appeared here.very often there are separate human bones, espe-cially skulls and pieces of skull. it was uncharacter-istic of unětice culture and is subsequently absent from trzciniec culture.
scythian:

[gorno-altaisk, russia—the siberian times reports that a 2,500-year-old grave from the pazyryk culture has been found in the altai mountains. the grave was looted in antiquity, but still contained the remains of an adult and a child or teenager, who had been buried with two small bronze mirrors, ceramics, gold foil, and wearing fur garments. their heads, however, had been removed and placed at their knees. nikita konstantinov of gorno-altaisk state university said the pazyryks often buried defeated enemies without their heads, since they made the skulls into bowls. “but this is obviously a different case,” he said. it is possible that the heads were detached when the grave was looted, but the rest of the skeletons remained undisturbed. konstantinov and his team will try to determine the age and sex of the skeletons, and study the cervical vertebrae to try to learn more about how the heads were removed. “we have no similar cases, so we need to investigate this one very thoroughly,” he said. to read more about the pazyryk culture, go to "iron age mummy." in the current issue]

American indian:

[a 3,000 year-old village discovered in central california has been found to contain an unusual set of burials — with more than a half dozen individuals buried without their heads, and nearly as many others buried intact, with an extra skull by their side. in two of the graves, the crowns of the severed skulls had even been fashioned into smooth, polished bowls.]
 

for thousands of years the hopi tribe of northern arizona has performed a secretive, sacred ceremony that embodies the manifold and richly evocative archetypal nature of the serpent. in modern times the so-called snake dance ( tsu’tiki or tsu’tiva) has gained notoriety, partly because its participants put live snakes in their mouths and wrap them around their necks. the species, both venomous and non-venomous, might include garter snakes, gopher snakes, bull snakes, sidewinders, and even rattlesnakes.
the hopi believe that their intimacy with rattlesnakes and other ophidian species engenders rainfall and fecundity upon the high desert.
Dances-with-Snakes-Part-II.jpg

海外東經-雨師妾國.svg

yu shi (traditional chinese: 雨師; simplified chinese: 雨师; pinyin: yǔ shī; "master of rain") is a chinese spirit or god of rain, also known as or conflated with red pine (chisong, 赤松, or, chisongzi – master red pine), among other names. translations of yu shi into english include "lord of rain" and "leader of rain".

https://www.ancient-origins.net/his...es-snakes-real-reason-hopi-snake-dance-009868
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yu_Shi
 
ancient greek women vs ancient Xinjiang Province women
worlds_oldest_porn.jpg

"called the kangjiashimenji petroglyphs, these images of an ancient fertility ritual were discovered roughly 25 years ago by chinese archeologist wang binghua in the western xinjiang province. credit: jeannine davis-kimball/center for the study of eurasian nomads"

"the faces appear caucasian or western and the images mirror some discovered 1,600 miles away in ukraine."

From Iberia: kelt-iberian culture: Those ceramics you had show are very closest to celtiberian ones... Specially edetani ones, showed in the celtiberian heritage video, which are iberas (iberians from east) and thought as non indo-european culture.

https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threa...ments-in-Numantia-(Spain)?highlight=numantine

Iberian sculptures / esculturas Iberas:

Some pics of Iberian sculptures (esculturas iberas) taken by me at the Museo Arqueologico Nacional (MAN) de Madrid... IMO matriarchy in this society is evident. Pentax k-x, Pentax 18-55

https://imgur.com/a/Z7Ad0O4
 
IMO iberos or iberian from the east of the peninsula were indo-europeans R1b spoken a foreigner language such the basque people.
 
same pattern and same artifacts in mycenaean and seima turbino:

-> detailed goldwork grave 4 in grave circle a at mycenae:

http://users.stlcc.edu/mfuller/Greece2009/646goldBeautifulWowSm.jpg

-> borodino treature if seima turbino:

same pattern:
http://nav.shm.ru/upload/iblock/4a3/4a32bf8a8406a8d1dbf738206ed76f92.png

same artifacts:
https://www.google.com/search?biw=1...&ved=0ahUKEwj289qI7L3kAhUaIDQIHWnODTUQ4dUDCAY

same pattern in celtic serpent stone in scotlnad. It is a snake-moving pattern:

Serpent_stone.JPG


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Picts
 

ac-21111784.jpg

The Borodino treasure of seima turbino culture in Historical museum, Russia.

Triskele symbol on dagger seems to be connected to china bronze and the celts.
(of course, the above snake-moving mark is related with mycenaean and the celts)

Enlage picture in the link below and see one triskele mark on dagger:
http://nav.shm.ru/upload/iblock/c19/c1905ec5e5641e33c95e1d04b45ebc65.png
 
celtic:
SIUzA8.jpg


BaikalArchFigure6bKN14BAgrave.jpg

^ neolithic lake baikal

Altai people cannot be explained without Ring. They seem to be "Ring people." Their elites carried daggers as high-rank soldiers carry pistols. The dagger’s head is a Ring. This tradition started in seima turbino and continued in andronovo, karashuk, china bronze, the celts and even avar. Maybe simple mycenaean sword has also ring. This Ring culture seems to originate in lake baikal, which is directly connected to Hongshan burial. This people focuses even in ring of eye, although they have big almond eyes. I think this kind of ring culture cannot be found in any other place except mesoamerican culture. I think their body genes were changed, but they kept their culture. Ancient people's mind was ruled by their culture, not by their genetics.

Neolithic lake baikal:
Jade-Rings-and-Dagger-skull.jpg


okunevo culture:
inside_mask_6.jpg

inside_figurine_right.jpg


Human sacrifice dagger in shang china:
01200000030126136323412742130.jpg

ff6dee4d57ca4415811e6c8afd156415c7d1bd26.png

e9788fe322d221975308785b3af617a9e49ca9f3.png


https://www.ancient-origins.net/new...ouple-mysterious-jade-rings-and-dagger-006277

caucasoid mask from lop nur (tarim basin), china, 2000–1000 bce: compare okunevo one with large lips
EuropoidMaskLopNurChina2000-1000BCE.jpg
 

This thread has been viewed 84947 times.

Back
Top