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Yes, but you didn't explain where the Proto-Scythians come from.
Antonis said:Ah, yes, I forgot the origins of our great Space-turk ancestors. Please, forgive me.
3A tribe of wandering Scythians separated itself from the rest, and escaped into Median territory. This was then ruled by Cyaxares, son of Phraortes, son of Deioces. Cyaxares at first treated the Scythians kindly, as suppliants for his mercy; and, as he had a high regard for them, he entrusted boys to their tutelage to be taught their language and the skill of archery.Antonis said:Clam thyself. I was just messing around. Herodotus believed that Scythians spoke the scythian language(σκυθιστὶ - in the Scythian manner). In book 4, I think. In those days, there was very little realization of nation and nationalistic concepts as we know them today.
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry said:that's very nice, sweety, you can go back to huffing paint now.