Turcae : İskit Halkı, Hazar Denizi - Karadeniz, Pliny 6, 19
Turcae, arum, m.peuple scythe, entre le Pont-Euxin et la mer Caspienne: Plin 6,19
Gaffiot, Félix (1934)
Turcae - Turci = bknz. Türkler
Türkiye = Avrupa, Asya ve Afrika'yı kapsayan, başkenti İstanbul olan büyük bir imparatorluk.
Türkler = Türkomanlar, Terekemeler, Türkmenler, Türkiye Halkı.
Charles Pye, 1803
"... the Thyssagetæ, and the Iyrcæ,(8).." Pliny 6.7
(8) The more common reading is "Tureæ" a tribe also mentioned by Mela, and which gave name to modern Turkistan. (link: Pliny the Elder, The Natural History, John Bostock, M.D., F.R.S., H.T. Riley, Esq., B.A., Ed)
BUT, it is not Iyrae, it is IyrCae, with a C (k), so it is Turcae, and not Tureae!
In whose history do we see the tradition, culture and the art of the Scythians? Of course, among Turks.
Scythians are not Indo-Iranian! Besides, Iranian people didn't drink mare's milk!
Scythians are Turks.