Customs at Carthage, Lacedse-mon, and amongst the Scythians
and Iberians, concerning those who had killed an enemy, 204, 205
Huge Earth bare these to Epaphus -- soothsaying people, knowing seercraft by the will of Zeus the lord of oracles, but deceivers, to the end that men whose thought passes their utterance (33) might be subject to the gods and suffer harm -- Aethiopians and Libyans and mare-milking Scythians.
The Aethiopians and Ligurians and mare-milking Scythians.
the Thracians, Scythians
, and in general the northern nations; and the same may be said of the love of knowledge, which is the special characteristic of our part of the world, or of the love of money, which may, with equal truth, be attributed to the Phoenicians and Egyptians.
and Ptolemy's Central Asia: Semasiological and Onomasiological Studies.
, 512 BC, Garibaldi's 40 years of war on two continents, might be fascinating new ground for you.
He begins with migrations of Scythians
, Picts, Celts, and other primitive peoples then discusses early migrations along the Atlantic coast, migratory routes in the Leabhar Gabhala, the Celtic language and its origins, Irish literature in its primitive historic and literary context, primitive sources of the Irish tale of Deirdre, and the origins of the topics of heroism in the Tain Bo Cualnge.
It is during this period that we have the earliest textual sources by Greek and Roman writers that name peoples familiar from later times, such as Celts, Iberians, Scythians
, Illyrians and Germans.
Adin must take up his grandfather's mantle as the Scythians
raid his clan, and he must help Dahig stand against them.
But Dahig is never far behind, and as Adin searches for the place of his destiny, he also knows that the Scythians
will stop at nothing to satisfy their lust for vengeance.
(Herodotus, book 4) offer a Vivid example of imagination at work.
The Tauri should be distinguished from the often more civilized Crimean Scythians
, for example, inhabitants of Neapolis.