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How did Teŋri, Spirit of the Eternal Blue Sky, win against Dyēus, the Demon of Daylight?
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Nomadic followers of Tengri will he eternally blessed and destined to btfo inceloids.


>Each year, the Huns [Avars] came to the Slavs, to spend the winter with them; then they took the wives and daughters of the Slavs and slept with them, and among the other mistreatments [already mentioned] the Slavs were also forced to pay levies to the Huns. But the sons of the Huns, who were [then] raised with the wives and daughters of these Wends [Slavs] could not finally endure this oppression anymore and refused obedience to the Huns and began, as already mentioned, a rebellion.
—Chronicle of Fredegar
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>>11592106
Idk, haven't read the manga yet.
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>>11592123
You'd had a point if the Xiongnu weren't scared of the Wusun to the point of considering some kind of beings blessed by the gods.
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>>11592123
In who's alphabet do the Mongols write in now?
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>>11592123
Kek is there any race more cucked throught history then slavoids?
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>>11592232
Germans and Anglos
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>>11592243
Cope
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>>11592165
Traditional Mongolian script in Chinese Mongolia and a mixture of that and Cyrillic in Mongolia with plans to move more towards the traditional script.
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>>11592248
Yes, you do
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>>11592106
>>11592123
Take your meds mehmet you will never be turkic
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>>11592106
iirc he stabbed that motherfucker.
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>>11592106
implying tengri isn't another name for dyeus
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>>11592435
very unlikely
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>>11592106
Dyeus and Tengri seem pretty similar in their concept. Is it an example of convergent cultural evolution? Two steppe cultures come up with the same kind of God because they live in similar environment ?

Or did Dyeus Pter and Tengri come from the same common God-concept?
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>>11592649
both mongols and scytian-like peoples:
. have horse archers
. identical specific bow design
. sky god presiding their deitie's pantheon
. warrior culture
. raiding and pillaging foreign cultures
. drink mare milk
. nomadic
. herders
. territories near one another
that's all I can think of, definitely there might be something to it
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>>11592666
>>11592649
Because IE/Aryans teached the steppe lifestyle to altaics
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>>11592694
Couldn't be further from the truth.
Aryans were like gypsies living in wagons and didn't ride their domesticated horses. Some domesticated Afanasievo horses reached Altaic pastoralists and were mastered by them.
Proto-Scythian Andronovo farmers learned the classic martial steppe and horse riding culture from Altaic nomads in the east, while proto-Sarmatians in the Pontic steppe still relied on wagons and lived the agropastoralist IE lifestyle.
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>>11592649
Taking the sky and other celestial bodies as deities is a very universal concept and probably something innate in our very human nature. This is especially true for people that live in open terrain, where the only thing you see for miles is the sky above and the earth below.
A case of convergent evolution, it seems.
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jesus christ
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>>11592855
Huge ricel cope
Stop coping
Everything altaics have is IE of origin
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>>11593046
>WE
Take your meds, schizo.
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>>11592106
>win
That battle is still being fought, roachoglu.
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>>11592232
Indians



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