From the beginning of Iran's recorded history, the word Iranian encompassed more than only the Persians and included the Medes, the Sarmatians
, and other groups, some of which no longer exist.
lt;<Romans, Dacians and Sarmatians
in the First and Early Second Centuries>>, en Hartley, B.
Mystery-shrouded cultures like the Scythians or Sarmatians
offer ample opportunities for such revisionism, although there is, on occasion, too much conjecture.
Key among them are Herodotus's Histories (most extensively in the origin story of the Sarmatians
This route passed north of the Caspian Sea through the lands of the Sarmatians
and eventually ended up in the Hellenic and Roman worlds.
After 15 years of serving and fighting for the Roman Empire the Sarmatians
, lead by Arthur/Artorious Castus, are about to receive their freedom as the Romans are leaving Britain.
Thus, in the south barbers were in the west of Africa, in the southeast there were the Arabs, in the west there were the Persians and in the northeast--Among the mountains of Ural, and Altai--settled down Asian bucolic peoples such as Scythians, Sarmatians
, Hunnish, Franks, Bulgarians, Avars, Magyars, Mongolians and Turkish, and in the west of these peoples-Within the boundaries of any European--there were the Goths, Slav and Celts.
The Romans may have adopted scale armor from the Sarmatians
During the late 16th century a notion emerged that the Polish nobility was descended from the Sarmatians
, a nomadic warrior race of Persian origin that had supposedly blazed out of the Black Sea Steppe and into Central Europe.
6 They arrived in the mid-sixth century, following the Sarmatians
31) "Croats were believed to be of Iranian origin, but they may have their origins in a group of Sarmatians
who were dislocated by the Huns.
155-56); "so is one man of trapping a hare or another of netting a sprat, or a third of capturing boars or Sarmatians