BAĞDAŞ KURUP OTURMUŞ, ELİNDE "KUPASI" , KUCAĞINDA "KILICI"
BİR TAŞBABA - ORTA ASYA
BİR PLAKA - İSKİT TÜRKÜ
ALL TURKISH PEOPLES,
UIGHURS, KÖK-TURKS,OTTOMAN TURKS,
BELONG TO THAT CENTRAL GROUP OF EURASIAN HUMANITY WHICH WE ARE CALLING
Dr.IDA BOBULA (1900-1980)
ORIGIN of the HUNGARIAN
Not a single Greek, Latin (Roman), Byzantine, Arab, or Persian author ever claimed that the Scythians spoke Persian (Iranian) language, although many of these writers have stressed the finest details of their everyday life, culture, beliefs, customs, and habits.
Especially important is the fact that Herodotus, whose information is routinely used by the Scythologists, was a native of the Asia Minor city of Halicarnassus, in one of the ancient Persian satrapies, he could not fail to distinguish the Persian (Iranian) vernaculars from the others, especially since he visited Persia and not once met Iranians outside of Persia.
However, Herodotus never says anywhere that the language of the Scythians was Persian or Persian-like. He writes that the Scythians and Sauromates are related tribes, close in way of life and language, but cites very little information on their language, but even that limited information, as we shall see below, confirms the paradigm about the Türkic-linguality of the Scythians.
Scythians, Balkars, and Ossetians
Origin of the Türkic peoples