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3 June, 18:27

Which early groups migrated into modern day Turkey and Iran from southern Russia and later formed empires?

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  1. 3 June, 19:41
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    The Hittites and the Aryans migrated from the south of Russia into the area of Turkey and Iran. The biggest Aryan kingdom was the Magadha in the 6th century B. C. The Hittite Empire was made by several cities who joined together and formed a large empire. The capital city was Hattusas.
  2. 3 June, 20:03
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    The Hittites and Aryans

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    The Hittites and Aryans were primitive peoples who migrated to modern-day Turkey and Iran from southern Russia and later formed empires.

    The Hittite Empire was created in Asia Minor, a large peninsula in the far northwest of the Near East, bordered by the eastern Mediterranean and the Black Sea. It presents a rugged relief, dividing it into several isolated compartments, valleys and basins. To the west and north, the coastal regions are fertile and have river reserves and a good flow of rainwater. Its interior is composed of mountain ranges, with a desert and a salty lake in the center. Fertility conditions vary greatly from one part of the peninsula to the other.

    Already the Aryan empire refers to the sub-group of the Indo-Europeans, that settled in the Iranian plateau since the end of the third millennium before the common era. By extension, the designation "Aryans" came to refer to various peoples originating in the Central Asian steppes - the Indo-Europeans - who spread throughout Europe and the abovementioned regions from the end of the Neolithic.
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