• (noun): A member of the ancient nomadic people inhabiting Scythia.
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Some articles on scythian:

Scythian Art - Archaeology
... Russian explorers first brought Scythian artworks recovered from Scythian burial mounds to Peter the Great in the early 18th century ... Belsk, Ukraine uncovered a vast city believed to be the Scythian capital Gelonus described by Herodotus ... in the 1990s has revealed one of the few unlooted tombs of a Scythian chieftain, who was ruling in the forest-steppe area of the western fringe of Scythian lands ...
Serboi - Later Appearances in Southern Asia
... Pashtuns are believed to be of Scythian descent while their language is classified as East Scythian (Sarmatian language is also grouped within Scythian branch) ...
Bronze- And Iron-Age Poland - Lusatian Culture of The Early Iron Age - Construction of Fortified Settlements and Scythian Invasions
... Beginning in the 6th century several waves of Scythian invasions went through the Polish lands ... On the other hand a golden Scythian treasure was discovered near a Lusatian settlement in Witaszkowo near Gubin – elements of arms and decorations patterned after ...
Scythian Monks - Influence - Other Legacies
... the Eastern letter of 512 (some years before the arrival of Scythian monks arrival in Rome in 519/520), but has some similarities with the ideas of John. 7.54–55), which parallels the Scythian formula "One of the Holy Trinity suffered for us." However, Boethius' terminology and arguments appear to be generally unrelated to those of the ...

More definitions of "Scythian":

  • (noun): The Iranian language spoken by the ancient Scythians.
  • (adj): Of or relating to the ancient Scythians or their culture or language.