Nomads and Others

Nomads and Others - Horses and People Botai (ca. 3700-3100)...

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Nomads and Others Pastoralism Transhumance Nomads Cimmerians Scythians Kurgan Xiongnu (Hsiung-nu) Huns Celts and Germans Teutoburg Forest Tacitus (56-ca. 120 CE) “Barbarians” and “Others” frontiers o people still trying to have a social life borderlands o large area where 2 cultures meet and interact without 1 being  dominant Invasion and assimilation Agriculture and Pastoralism Big in central Asia Steppe lands
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Unformatted text preview: Horses and People Botai (ca. 3700-3100) Sedentary pastoralism Raised horses for meat and milk Transhumance/pastoral nomadism You go where the grazing is good, follow animals Wheels (ca. 35000 BCE) Horse nomads (ca. 900 BCE) Cimmerians (ca. 900-700) Conan the Cimmerian Scythians Scythian barrow (kurgan) Where they buried the kings...
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This note was uploaded on 09/09/2011 for the course HISTORY 2a taught by Professor Digeser during the Spring '10 term at UCSB.

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