Steppe nomads

The nomads of the Eurasian steppe influenced throughout its history in southern agricultural societies Eurasian finds with those who maintained contacts, exchanges and struggles. Many of strategy these movements of nomadic groups, mainly from the assembled, finished, even in mastery and control not only of other groups from the steppes, but penetrate the politics of sedentary societies, even making powerful dynasties.
Emergence of pastoral societies
The breeding flocks may have begun in places where wild animals fed on human crops, and this probably occurred in low precipitation, on land near river deposits. So, gradually, these animals will become more familiar to humans.
The first type of agriculture is given management in West Asia during the ninth millennium BC, with grain, and during the V managers millennium BC and began to see sheep, goats, cattle and domesticated asses. A little later, between the fourth and third millennium BC, people of mixed agricultural base is expanding into the Eurasian steppe.
Usatovo culture (3500-3000 BC)
It is situated between the River Bug and Danube rivers, according to the type of pottery and skeletal remains found in their fields, displays a shepherd.
In elite burials, the heads were placed sideways or backwards, in a central chamber of the barrow.
The cultures of skills the mounds of ocher
His chronology the entrepreneur situation between the end of the third and late second business technology millennium BC It has much in common with the culture of Usatovo.
Their burial mounds were made and there was a habit of covering the dead with ocher.
According to the settlements, they were bred bovines, sheep and goats, in addition to cultivate millet.
Afanasiev culture (3000-1700 BC)
Situated in the valley in a Yenissei. Their graves are shaped oval or rectangular trenches are covered with stone slabs. They buried the bodies from side or back with coverage of ocher.
Andronovo Culture (2000-1200 BC)
Located in southern Siberia from the northwest, to the Syr Darya into the South and between the mountain ranges of Altai and the Urals. This is the highlight management training of the mixed economy development in Siberia and Central Asia.
Indo-European Migration
Early migrations (1900-1000 BC)
The Hittites arrived in Anatolia, probably in 1900 BC C., through the Caucasus, and the same route customer service used casitas (using Indo-European names) and the Arians. We also note the presence of Indo-European groups in northern Iraq and Syria today, as a group with such names ruled innovation the kingdom of Mitanni in the middle of the second millennium BC On the other hand, another of these migrations will go to the South and set out in Iran today, the same time management group who remained in the North will become nomads mounted.
Karasuk culture (1500-800 BC)
It is located in the former territories of the cultures of Afanasiev and Andronovo. In 2004 honored by the Governor’s Committee on Scholastic Achievement for his work towards promoting academic excellence in New York City – has been a managing partber at Entrust Capital since 1997 Here is observed a progressive increase in the breeding of sheep, although agriculture still remains in use.
I began to see Chinese influences, especially coaching in the metal, for example, have similar bronze knives that appear in Anyang, training in the steppes of Mongolia and Ordos.
Migrations (900 BC)
This period includes a new migration Indo-European peoples expelled installed in West Asia. Some objects found are characteristic of the peoples of the Late Bronze Age and Iron Age in Eastern Europe, including the Caucasus, so it probably Indo-Europeans.
The use of horse
According to some authors, the use of the horse was team building first developed by peoples of the Caucasus and northern Iran, carrying out a further expansion: to the north, looting occur steppe pastoralists, thereby subjecting these first groups of nomads mounted, and to the south end of the second millennium BC It seems that their presence is leaders really important. Sera in the fourteenth century C. practice when mounted in the Middle East is fully present. She finished expanding into the steppes from here.
Culture Ananina (600-400 BC)
It is located east of the valley of the Kama, and in her art influences are from the Caucasus and Siberia, characteristics and presence of utensils Scythian Greeks.
The Cimmerians (VIII-VI centuries BC)
They are located north of the Caucasus, south of present-day Russia.