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Chapter 5: Born of the Black Sea - The Indo-European Invasions
PART III - - INDO-EUROPEANS IN THE NEAR AND MIDDLE EAST
In their wanderings south and east the Indo-European tribes took with them various species of north European grain, together with ploughing instruments and cattle species - remains of which have been found all the way from northern Europe into modern day Turkey and further into the Middle East itself.
As with the continental Old European civilizations, the Indo-European tribes started arriving in the Middle East only very shortly after the first Old European society had been established in that region, in the so-called fertile river valley between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers in present day Iraq.
Some of the more notable Indo-European Nordic tribes who invaded the Middle East included:
- The Amorites. This was an Indo-European tribe who invaded Asia Minor (Turkey) from the Aegean sea around 1500 BC, and were noted amongst the local people for worshipping a hammer wielding "Thunder God" - obviously related to the North European Thor. Egyptian paintings of the time depict the Amorites (the Egyptians called them the "Amurru") as fair, light eyed men with Nordic features who were still launching attacks on the Egyptian state as late as 1300 BC. A large number of Amorites settled in Palestine, becoming one of the first Indo-European tribes to mix with the Semitic speaking Jewish tribes in that region, hence they later became associated with Semitism.
- The Scythians overran what is today Palestine, Israel and Lebanon in the 7th Century BC, and some of their light eyed and light haired descendants can still be found amongst the Druse peoples of Lebanon. The Scythians moved through Asia as far as Afghanistan, with forward groups penetrating to the Indus River in India. Many early writers such as Polemon of Ilium, Clement of Alexandria and others, recorded that the Scythians were similar to the Celts in appearance, always being described as "fair or ruddy" in hue.
- The Philistines were an Indo-European Nordic tribe who also invaded the Middle East, coming from Crete and bearing many cultural similarities to the Mycenaean culture. The Philistines established an iron and unpopular rule over the Jewish tribes they found in the region.
- The Cimmerians were yet another smaller Indo-European tribe who reached the Middle East around the 8th Century BC, establishing a short lived kingdom in the region known today as Northern Iran.
- The Indo-European Phyrgians reached modern day Armenia around the 8th Century BC, establishing another short lived Indo-European kingdom.
- Around 900 BC, yet another Indo-European tribe, known as the Persians, reached Azerbaijan, from where they entered modern day Iran, followed closely by the Indo-European Medes tribe. The Persians, who were more numerous, overpowered the Medes and together these two tribes established what became known as the Persian Empire, ruling over a large number of Asiatic and Arabic racial types.
ABSORBED BY NON-WHITE TRIBESAll of these tribes eventually disappeared for the greatest part through interbreeding with the non-Indo-European peoples in the regions they occupied: although it is possible to this day to now and then see genetic throwbacks amongst the peoples of the Middle East - with fair eyes and fair hair - unique to the Indo-Europeans - still showing up from time to time in individuals in that region.INDO-EUROPEAN LANGUAGEThe Indo-European language survived the extinction of many of these Indo-European tribes, such was their power and dominance in the regions over which they held sway.Common Indo-European root words are still easily found in a variety of languages spoken in regions in which the Indo-Europeans left their mark. Some examples were given in chapter one, another good example is the English word "name."
OTHER NORDICS SETTLE IN NEAR EASTIndo-European tribes who went south and east into the Near East included groups with names such as the Kassites, the Mitanni, the Hittites and the Phyrgians. In Turkey the Celts were known as the Galatians.
Other groups of Indo-Europeans, the Acheans, the Dorians and the Latini, went south west, into the Greek and Italian peninsulas.
After conquering the original Old European civilizations- manned largely by Mediterranean types, the new energetic Nordic tribes then laid the basis for the classical civilizations of Greece and Rome.