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    Posted: 19-May-2006 at 10:39
Both at their peak.
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Aren't the Huns a Turkic people or at least had a Turkic aristocracy?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25-May-2006 at 13:22
the one is the succesor of the other what's your point.
huns peak year 50 or 100
Turks i don't know if yoy refere ottomans 1400 1500
 
But what you say is imposible
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I rather be a nomadic barbarian than a sedentary savage
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23-Mar-2009 at 14:24
Originally posted by Belisarius

Aren't the Huns a Turkic people or at least had a Turkic aristocracy?


Defianately no. Turkish people adopted Hun-Scythian culture.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23-Mar-2009 at 14:57
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Defianately no. Turkish people adopted Hun-Scythian culture.


So you'll deny Turkic relations with Huns but lump Huns and Scythians together, well this is historical amusement LOL
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23-Mar-2009 at 15:06
Well, lets see. Huns is a big ballon which contains teh Scythians and Turks also, so thats why turks adopted more from the Huns.  In the Hun bubble people defined themselfes as, scythians, turks, magyars, etc.  Huns and scythians gpotvery close connection. Scythians use the same hun-magyar runic writing, with little changes.
And lets see what scythian means. Its based o na greek world, basically they couldnt make difference within the eurasian ppl, so the called these ppl scythians, which means bow- holder, or ppl who fight with bow. And you must know what a great reflex bow the scythians-huns used.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30-Mar-2009 at 00:19
Originally posted by Hungo

Well, lets see. Huns is a big ballon which contains teh Scythians and Turks also, so thats why turks adopted more from the Huns.  In the Hun bubble people defined themselfes as, scythians, turks, magyars, etc.  Huns and scythians gpotvery close connection. Scythians use the same hun-magyar runic writing, with little changes.
And lets see what scythian means. Its based o na greek world, basically they couldnt make difference within the eurasian ppl, so the called these ppl scythians, which means bow- holder, or ppl who fight with bow. And you must know what a great reflex bow the scythians-huns used.


well to be honest this is historical amusement section but any ukraineans and even russians out there wont find it funny that you trying to snatch their scythian-sarmatian heritage..just my guess

the steppe was a minefield even before the wehrmacht went there ;)
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30-Mar-2009 at 03:15
Hungo, why did you dig up a four year old thread that only had a few posts in it?  Actually, that was a rhetorical question.  The title is Huns vs. Turks and you felt the need to trumpet your nationalist identity.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Mar-2009 at 18:39
I don't know more your language
But , I will write



I'm a Turk. (Törük)

Hun's came from the asia.
Turk and Hun is same the culture.



                                                ???
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                                  Khan Tengri Mountains
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                                             Turanid
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                                          Ä°skit / Sakai
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      Europe Huns                                                  Asia Huns
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Fin      Eston     Magyar          Törük(Turk)          MoÄŸol(Mongol)           Mancur



We are same race
Hun Empire (All) : http://img1.loadtr.com/b-115084-2.gif

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Turkish-Hungarian vocabulary comparison
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Ben ve milletim Tanrı'nın kırbacıyız. Tanrı yolundan çıkanları cezalandırmak için bizi gönderir.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Mar-2009 at 19:15
The body :

Brachycephal skull and high cheekbones.
Small mouth
Black and Brown hair
flat noise
double or single eyelid
very rounded face contour
blue-gray or brown eyes


http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_gAaQw_iyZ30/RwTxrtH1zOI/AAAAAAAAACU/U4eLsGfrq1Y/s320/turan.jpg
Not : Forumda Türkçe Bilen kimse varmı acaba ??? [Turkish language]

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01-Apr-2009 at 09:12
huns were reported to have asiatic features I think while I don't believe the same can be said about the finns

magyar on the other hand didn't have the asiatic features as nobody mentioned that


so I would guess for a cultural connection not exactly a genetical one


then again not to mention that genetically all central and eastern europe are very similar and they are very different from the finns and turks (its true that faint uralic features can still be found in todays magyars...as per diekenes reports or whatever the name was on the site of the genetic studies)


while genetics and culture have a common start they dont usually have the same endpoint

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01-Apr-2009 at 09:35
Originally posted by Hungo

Well, lets see. Huns is a big ballon which contains teh Scythians and Turks also, so thats why turks adopted more from the Huns.  In the Hun bubble people defined themselfes as, scythians, turks, magyars, etc.  Huns and scythians gpotvery close connection. Scythians use the same hun-magyar runic writing, with little changes.
And lets see what scythian means. Its based o na greek world, basically they couldnt make difference within the eurasian ppl, so the called these ppl scythians, which means bow- holder, or ppl who fight with bow. And you must know what a great reflex bow the scythians-huns used.
Turks have much more claim than hungarians to accept huns as their ancestors my friend
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01-Apr-2009 at 09:36
What is the logic of this title?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01-Apr-2009 at 12:46
ben pek ingilizce bilmiyorum :) , oyüzden ne dediklerinide anlamıyorum.
Ne dediklerini buraya yazabilirmisiniz ?

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Ben ve milletim Tanrı'nın kırbacıyız. Tanrı yolundan çıkanları cezalandırmak için bizi gönderir.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01-Apr-2009 at 13:48
Originally posted by cx.ergenekon

ben pek ingilizce bilmiyorum :) , oyüzden ne dediklerinide anlamıyorum.
Ne dediklerini buraya yazabilirmisiniz ?

(Çeviri programlarıyla yazılarını yanıtlayabilirim.)
this is a English only forum either provide a translation or remove the post.

Evrenosgazi can you translate for him if he doesn't understand
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As Leonidas already mentioned, in order to post one needs to use English.
 
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