Androphagi-Cannibals of the ancient Europe described by Herodotus lived in the area of present-day...

"These farming Scythians inhabit a land stretching eastward a three days' journey to a river called Panticapes, and northward as far...

Scythian Goddess Argimpasa [Aphrodite Ourania] Pole-Top

Scythian bronze Pole-top: a Scythian goddess, 4th c. B.C., Alexandropol Kurgan, Dnipro region, Ukraine. Scholars like M. Rostovtzeff thought that the goddess...

Crane Dance and Hyperborean Cult in Ancient Greece

Below are several quotes from the works of Robert Graves: "It is not known what sort...

Scythian ceremonial gilded silver cup from Gaimanova Mogila Royal Kurgan in Ukraine

"The most outstanding work of Scytho-Classical art found in the Gaimanova Mogila kurgan is a small spherical gilded silver cup, with...

Ukraine should return to Crimea its historic name of Taurica

Wikipedia quote: "Called the Tauric Peninsula until the early modern period (16-19th c.), Crimea has historically been at the boundary between the classical world...

Targitaos-Heracles, ‘Ukrainian’ forefather of Scythian Nation

"According to the Scythians, theirs is the youngest of all nations, and it came into existence in the following way. The...

The Sea Peoples: Birds Followers?

In that short passage in the Iliad about the cranes flying from winter plains to the pigmies in the south there...

Ariadne, Labyrinth dance, spindle-whorls in Scythian tombs

Homer in the Iliad wrote that "Daedalus in Cnossos once contrived; A dancing-floor for fair-haired Ariadne" and scholars are confident that...

Wantonly destroying what is prized by enlightened nations is the Russians’ most striking national...

Edward Daniel Clarke (1769-1822) wrote in his famous book 'Travels in Russia' which became a bestseller in 19th-century Europe: "The town of...
Stolen from Melitopol Museum by Moscow ossupants during 2022 invasion

Taurians or Tauroscythians

Wikipedia: "The Tauri (/ˈtaʊəri/; Ταῦροι in Ancient Greek), or Taurians, also Scythotauri, Tauri Scythae, Tauroscythae (Pliny, H. N. 4.85) were an ancient people settled on the southern coast of the...

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