The author in this contribution presented in a Congress entitled Foundations of Empire, Archaeology and Art of the Eurasian Steppes, Proceedings of the Soviet-American Academic Symposium in Conjunction with the Museum Exhibitions: Nomads: Masters of the Eurasian Steppes, and published in a Volume entitled "Ecology and Empire", held at Los Angeles in 1989, is dealing with the formation of the steppe Asiatic culture in the Carpathian Basin. Starting from the Copper Age, connected to the so-called Kurgan Culture, the author outlines all the phases of the nomadic presence in the Plain: the pre-Schythian/Cimmerian, the Scythian, the Sarmatian, the Avar and the Hungarian.

Asiatic Steppe Nomad Peoples in the Carpathian Basin: A Western Backwater of the Eurasian Nomadic Movement

GENITO, Bruno
1991

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The author in this contribution presented in a Congress entitled Foundations of Empire, Archaeology and Art of the Eurasian Steppes, Proceedings of the Soviet-American Academic Symposium in Conjunction with the Museum Exhibitions: Nomads: Masters of the Eurasian Steppes, and published in a Volume entitled "Ecology and Empire", held at Los Angeles in 1989, is dealing with the formation of the steppe Asiatic culture in the Carpathian Basin. Starting from the Copper Age, connected to the so-called Kurgan Culture, the author outlines all the phases of the nomadic presence in the Plain: the pre-Schythian/Cimmerian, the Scythian, the Sarmatian, the Avar and the Hungarian.
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