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  1. › wiki › TochariansTocharians - Wikipedia

    The Tocharians, or Tokharians (US: / t oʊ ˈ k ɛər i ə n / or / t oʊ ˈ k ɑːr i ə n /; UK: / t ɒ ˈ k ɑːr i ə n /), were speakers of Tocharian languages, Indo-European languages known from around 7600 documents from around 400 to 1200 AD, found on the northern edge of the Tarim Basin (modern Xinjiang, China).

  2. Indo-Aryan peoples are a diverse collection of Indo-European peoples speaking Indo-Aryan languages in the Indian subcontinent.Historically, Indo-Aryans were the Indo-European pastoralists who migrated from Central Asia into South Asia and introduced Proto-Indo-Aryan language.

  3. The Paleo-Balkan languages or Palaeo-Balkan languages is a grouping of various extinct Indo-European languages that were spoken in the Balkans and surrounding areas in ancient times. Paleo-Balkan studies are obscured by the scarce attestation of these languages outside of Ancient Greek and, to a lesser extent, Messapic and Phrygian .

  4. Period Life expectancy in Years Period Life expectancy in Years 1950–1955 65.8 1985–1990 75.6 1955–1960 67.2 1990–1995 77.4 1960–1965

  5. › wiki › SwastikaSwastika - Wikipedia

    The swastika was adopted as a standard character in Chinese, "卍" (pinyin: wàn) and as such entered various other East Asian languages, including Chinese script. In Japanese the symbol is called "卍 " (Hepburn: manji) or "卍字 " (manji). The swastika is included in the Unicode character sets of two languages.

  6. Franks / Hugones (formed by the merging of Wesser-Rhine Germanic tribes - Istvaeones tribes and by the merging and assimilation of the Chatti and related tribes) (at the time of the Migration Period and Decline of the Roman Empire, they founded the Frankish Kingdom) (those living in what is today's West Central Germany and the Low Countries ...

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