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Saturday, April 4, PM Sat, Apr 4, PM. By the 3rd century AD, the Sarmatians and last remnants of the Scythians were dominated by the Alans , and were being overwhelmed by the Goths.

By the early Middle Ages , the Scythians and the Sarmatians had been largely assimilated and absorbed by early Slavs. The Scythians played an important part in the Silk Road , a vast trade network connecting Greece , Persia , India and China , perhaps contributing to the contemporary flourishing of those civilisations.

These objects survive mainly in metal, forming a distinctive Scythian art. The name of the Scythians survived in the region of Scythia. Early authors continued to use the term "Scythian", applying it to many groups unrelated to the original Scythians, such as Huns , Goths, Türks , Avars , Khazars , and other unnamed nomads.

The name Scythian is derived from the name used for them by the ancient Greeks. The ancient Persians used the term Saka for all nomads of the Eurasian Steppe , including the Scythians.

Herodotus said the ruling class of the Scythians, whom he referred to as the Royal Scythians , called themselves Skolotoi. In scholarship, the term Scythians generally refers to the nomadic Iranian people who dominated the Pontic steppe from the 7th century BC to the 3rd century BC.

The Scythians share several cultural similarities with other populations living to their east, in particular similar weapons, horse gear and Scythian art , which has been referred to as the Scythian triad.

Scythologist Askold Ivantchik notes with dismay that the term "Scythian" has been used within both a broad and a narrow context, leading to a good deal of confusion.

He reserves the term "Scythian" for the Iranian people dominating the Pontic steppe from the 7th century BC to the 3rd century BC.

The Scythians first appeared in the historical record in the 8th century BC. There is also another different story, now to be related, in which I am more inclined to put faith than in any other.

It is that the wandering Scythians once dwelt in Asia, and there warred with the Massagetae, but with ill success; they therefore quitted their homes, crossed the Araxes , and entered the land of Cimmeria.

Accounts by Herodotus of Scythian origins has been discounted recently; although his accounts of Scythian raiding activities contemporary to his writings have been deemed more reliable.

Modern interpretation of historical, archaeological and anthropological evidence has proposed two broad hypotheses on Scythian origins.

The first hypothesis, formerly more espoused by Soviet and then Russian researchers, roughly followed Herodotus' third account, holding that the Scythians were an Eastern Iranian -speaking group who arrived from Inner Asia , i.

The second hypothesis, according to Roman Ghirshman and others, proposes that the Scythian cultural complex emerged from local groups of the Srubna culture at the Black Sea coast, [36] although this is also associated with the Cimmerians.

According to Pavel Dolukhanov this proposal is supported by anthropological evidence which has found that Scythian skulls are similar to preceding findings from the Srubna culture, and distinct from those of the Central Asian Saka.

Mallory , the archaeological evidence is poor, and the Andronovo culture and "at least the eastern outliers of the Timber-grave culture" may be identified as Indo-Iranian.

In , a genetic study of the Scythians suggested that the Scythians were ultimately descended from the Yamna culture , and emerged on the Pontic steppe independently of peoples belonging to Scythian cultures further east.

Herodotus provides the first detailed description of the Scythians. He classifies the Cimmerians as a distinct autochthonous tribe, expelled by the Scythians from the northern Black Sea coast Hist.

Herodotus also states 4. In the early 7th century BC, the Scythians and Cimmerians are recorded in Assyrian texts as having conquered Urartu.

In the s, the Scythians under their king Bartatua raided the territories of the Assyrian Empire. The Assyrian king Esarhaddon managed to make peace with the Scythians by marrying off his daughter to Bartatua and by paying a large amount of tribute.

Madius subsequently subjugated the Median Empire. During this time, Herodotus notes that the Scythians raided and exacted tribute from "the whole of Asia".

In the s, Cyaxares , leader of the Medes , treacherously killed a large number of Scythian chieftains at a feast. The Scythians were subsequently driven back to the steppe.

In BC, the Medes and Scythians participated in the destruction of the Assyrian Empire at the Battle of Nineveh. During this period of incursions into the Middle East, the Scythians became heavily influenced by the local civilizations.

In the 6th century BC, the Greeks had begun establishing settlements along the coasts and rivers of the Pontic steppe, coming in contact with the Scythians.

Relations between the Greeks and the Scythians appear to have been peaceful, with the Scythians being substantially influenced by the Greeks, although the city of the Panticapaeum might have been destroyed by the Scythians in the mid-century BC.

During this time, the Scythian philosopher Anacharsis traveled to Athens , where he made a great impression on the local people with his "barbarian wisdom".

By the late 6th century BC, the Archaemenid king Darius the Great had built Persia into becoming the most powerful empire in the world, stretching from Egypt to India.

Planning an invasion of Greece, Darius first sought to secure his northern flank against Scythian introads. Thus, Darius declared war on the Scythians.

He then built a bridge across the Bosporus and easily defeated the Thracians , crossing the Danube into Scythian territory with a large army , men if one is to believe Herodotus in BC.

Unable to receive support from neighboring nomadic peoples against the Persians, the Scythians evacuated their civilians and livestock to the north and adopted a scorched earth strategy, while simultaneously harassing the extensive Persian supply lines.

Suffering heavy losses, the Persians reached as far as the Sea of Azov , until Darius was compelled to enter into negotiations with Idanthyrsus, which, however, broke down.

Darius and his army eventually reatreated across the Danube back into Persia, and the Scythians thereafter earned a reputation of invincibility among neighboring peoples.

In the aftermath of their defeat of the Persian invasion, Scythian power grew considerably, and they launched campaigns against their Thracian neighbors in the west.

A prominent king of the Scythians in the 5th century was Scyles. The Scythian offensive against the Thracians was checked by the Odrysian kingdom.

The border between the Scythians and the Odrysian kingdom was thereafter set at the Danube, and relations between the two dynasties were good, with dynastic marriages frequently occurring.

A similar fate was suffered by the Greek cities of the northwestern Black Sea coast and parts of the Crimea, over which the Scythians established political control.

A division of responsibility developed, with the Scythians holding the political and military power, the urban population carrying out trade, and the local sedentary population carrying out manual labor.

The Scythians apparently obtained much of their wealth from their control over the slave trade from the north to Greece through the Greek Black Sea colonial ports of Olbia , Chersonesos , Cimmerian Bosporus , and Gorgippia.

When Herodotus wrote his Histories in the 5th century BC, Greeks distinguished Scythia Minor , in present-day Romania and Bulgaria , from a Greater Scythia that extended eastwards for a day ride from the Danube River, across the steppes of today's East Ukraine to the lower Don basin.

Scythian offensives against the Greek colonies of the northeastern Black Sea coast were largely unsuccessful, as the Greeks united under the leadership of the city of Panticapaeum and put up a vigorous defence.

These Greek cities developed into the Bosporan Kingdom. Meanwhile, several Greek colonies formerly under Scythian control began to reassert their independence.

It is possible that the Scythians were suffering from internal troubles during this time. The 4th century BC was a flowering of Scythian culture. The Scythian king Ateas managed to unite under his power the Scythian tribes living between the Maeotian marshes and the Danube, while simultaneously enroaching upon the Thracians.

The westward expansion of Ateas brought him into conflict with Philip II of Macedon reigned to BC , with whom he had previously been allied, [4] who took military action against the Scythians in BC.

Ateas died in battle, and his empire disintegrated. In BC, his general Zopyrion invaded Scythian territory with a force of 30, men, but was routed and killed by the Scythians near Olbia.

In the aftermath of conflict between Macedon and the Scythians, the Celts seem to have displaced the Scythians from the Balkans ; while in south Russia, a kindred tribe, the Sarmatians, gradually overwhelmed them.

In — BC, as noted by Diodorus Siculus , the Scythians, in alliance with the Bosporan Kingdom, defeated the Siraces in a great battle at the river Thatis.

By the early 3rd century BC, the Scythian culture of the Pontic steppe suddenly disappears. The reasons for this are controversial, but the expansion of the Sarmatians certainly played a role.

The Scythians in turn shifted their focus towards the Greek cities of the Crimea. By around BC, the Scythians had largely withdrawn into the Crimea.

By the time of Strabo's account the first decades AD , the Crimean Scythians had created a new kingdom extending from the lower Dnieper to the Crimea, centered at Scythian Neapolis near modern Simferopol.

They had become more settled and were intermingling with the local populations, in particular the Tauri , and were also subjected to Hellenization.

They maintained close relations with the Bosporan Kingdom, with whose dynasty they were linked by marriage. A separate Scythian territory, known as Scythia Minor, existed in modern-day Dobruja , but was of little significance.

In the 2nd century BC, the Scythian kings Skilurus and Palakus sought to exent their control over the Greek cities of north of the Black Sea.

The Greek cities of Chersonesus and Olbia in turn requested the aid Mithridates the Great , king of Pontus , whose general Diophantus defeated their armies in battle, took their capital and annexed their territory to the Bosporan Kingdom.

In the years after the death of Mithridates, the Scythians had transitioned to a settled way of life and were assimilating into neighboring populations.

They made a resurgence in the 1st century AD and laid siege to Chersonesos, who were obliged to seek help from the Roman Empire.

The Scythians were in turn defeated by Roman commander Tiberius Plautius Silvanus Aelianus. In subsequent centuries, remaining Scythians and Sarmatians were largely assimilated by early Slavs.

Archaeological remains of the Scythians include kurgan tombs ranging from simple exemplars to elaborate "Royal kurgans" containing the "Scythian triad" of weapons, horse-harness, and Scythian-style wild-animal art , gold , silk , and animal sacrifices, in places also with suspected human sacrifices.

Scythian archaeology also examines the remains of cities and fortifications. Scythian archaeology can be divided into three stages: [4].

In the south of Eastern Europe , Early Scythian culture replaced sites of the so-called Novocherkassk culture.

The date of this transition is disputed among archaeologists. Dates ranging from the mid-8th century to the late 7th century BC have been proposed.

A transition in the late 8th century has gained the most scholarly support. The origins of the Early Scythian culture is controversial.

Many of its elements are of Central Asian origin, but the culture appears to have reached its ultimate form on the Pontic steppe, partially through the influence of North Caucasian elements and to a smaller extent the influence of Near Eastern elements.

The period in the 8th and 7th centuries BC when the Cimmerians and Scythians raided the Near East are ascribed to the later stages of the Early Scythian culture.

Objects of Early Scythian type have been found in Urartian fortresses such as Teishebaini , Bastam and Ayanis-kale. Near Eastern influences are probably explained through objects made by Near Eastern craftsmen on behalf of Scythian chieftains.

Early Scythian culture is known primarily from its funerary sites, because the Scythians at this time were nomads without permanent settlements.

The most important sites are located in the northwestern parts of Scythian territories in the forest steppes of the Dnieper, and the southeastern parts of Scythian territories in the North Caucasus.

At this time it was common for the Scythians to be buried in the edges of their territories. Early Scythian sites are characterized by similar artifacts with minor local variations.

Kurgans from the Early Scythian culture have been discovered in the North Caucasus. Some if these are characterized by great wealth, and probably belonged royals of aristocrats.

They contain not only the deceased, but also horses and even chariots. The burial rituals carried out in these kurgans correspond closely with those described by Herodotus.

The greatest kurgans from the Early Scythian culture in the North Caucasus are found at Kelermesskaya , Novozavedennoe II Ulsky Kurgans and Kostromskaya.

One kurgan at Ulsky was found measured at 15 metres in height and contained more than horses. Kurgans from the 7th century BC, when the Scythians were raiding the Near East, typically contain objects of Near Eastern origin.

Kurgans from the late 7th century, however, contain few Middle Eastern objects, but, rather, objects of Greek origin, pointing to increased contacts between the Scythians and Greek colonists.

Important Early Scythian sites have also been found in the forest steppes of the Dnieper. The most important of these finds is the Melgunov Kurgan. This kurgan contains several objects of Near Eastern origin so similar to those found at the kurgan in Kelermesskaya that they were probably made in the same workshop.

Most of the Early Scythian sites in this area are situated along the banks of the Dnieper and its tributaries. The funerary rites of these sites are similar but not identical to those of the kurgans in the North Caucasus.

Important Early Scythian sites have also been discovered in the areas separating the North Caucasus and the forest steppes.

Both date to the 7th century BC and contain Greek imports. Apart from funerary sites, numerous settlements from the Early Scythian period have been discovered.

Most of these settlements are located in the forest steppe zone and are non-fortified. The most important of these sites in the Dnieper area are Trakhtemirovo , Motroninskoe and Pastyrskoe.

East of these, at the banks of the Vorskla River , a tributary of the Dnieper, lies the Bilsk settlement. Another important large settlement can be found at Myriv.

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