Tocharian people
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The Tocharians or Tokharians (/təˈkɛəriənz/ or /təˈkɑriənz/) were inhabitants of medieval oasis city-states on the northern edge of the Tarim Basin (modern Xinjiang, China). Their Tocharian languages (a branch of the Indo-European family) are known from manuscripts from the 6th to 8th centuries AD, after which they were supplanted by the Turkic languages of the Uyghur tribes.
Some scholars have linked the Tocharians with the Afanasevo culture of eastern Siberia (c. 3500 – 2500 BC), the Tarim mummies (c. 1800 BC) and the Yuezhi of Chinese records, most of whom migrated from western Gansu to Bactria in the 2nd century BC and then later to northwest India where they founded the Kushan Empire.

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Tocharians - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Tocharian languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tocharian or Tokharian is an extinct branch of the Indo-European language family, formerly spoken by Tocharian peoples in oases on the northern edge of the ...
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Tocharians, an ancient people who inhabited the Tarim Basin in Central Asia ... people; Tocharian alphabet, the script used to write the Tocharian languages ...
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Tocharian languages
Tocharian or Tokharian is an extinct branch of the Indo-European language family. The name is taken from the people known to the Greeks (Ptolemy VI, 11, ...
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Tocharian Online: Series Introduction
11 Dec 2013 ... This series covers Tocharian (Tokharian) texts, ca. ... of decipherment; on the other hand, it provides very little information about the people who ...
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The History of the Red Haired Race - Tuatha De Danaan
A Tocharian man with red-blond hair; his clear European features still visible after ... uncovered more than 100 naturally mummified corpses of people who lived ...
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Everything You Wanted to Know about Tocharian
Tocharian is an extinct Indo-European language which stands by itself as one ... as the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in the People's Republic of China, ...
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Tocharian - Who Were the Tocharians - Asian History - About.com
Glossary definition of the term Tocharian from your About.com Guide to Asian ... The Tocharians were a Caucasian people, now extinct, who lived in China's ...
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CEToM | Tocharian and the Tocharians - Universität Wien
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Tocharians - Free Republic
Tocharian A speakers probably yielded their original language to Turkic languages of immigrating Turkic peoples, while Tocharian B speakers were more  ...
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Tocharians - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
These people were called "Tocharian" by late-19th century scholars who identified them .... Todd B. Krause and Jonathan Slocum, University of Texas as Austin.
Tocharian Online - The University of Texas at Austin
11 Dec 2013 ... This series covers Tocharian (Tokharian) texts, ca. ... of decipherment; on the other hand, it provides very little information about the people who ...
Indo-European Languages - The University of Texas at Austin
Like the Anatolian language family, the Tocharian family is extinct; ... It seems rather likely that Tocharian peoples migrated directly east ...
Everything You Wanted to Know about Tocharian
Tocharian is an extinct Indo-European language which stands by itself as ... as the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in the People's Republic of China, ..... Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1967 (article orig. publ. in 1938).
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These frescoes are associated with annotations in Tocharian and Sanskrit made .... The Red-Headed Mummy) are descendents of the Tocharian speaking people . .... of the Center for the Study of the First Americans at Oregon State University, ...
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Tocharian definición y significado de Oxford University Press. ... 1A member of a central Asian people who inhabited the Tarim Basin in the 1st millennium ad.
A Comprehensive Edition of Tocharian Manuscripts - Vienna ...
The aim of our project “A Comprehensive Edition of Tocharian Manuscripts” ( CEToM) is to provide an integrated ... We are a movement of graduate students at Harvard University committed to improving the educational ... 18 people are going.
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Either of the two Indo-European languages of this people, called Tocharian A and ... David Black, Western Michigan University, Department of Anthropology, ...
Redheaded Tocharian Mummies of the Uyghir Area, China
28 Nov 2012 ... But there was a time that a caucasiatic people controlled the very heart ... Dr. Victor H. Mair of the University of Pennsylvania said, "Because the ...
Libros sobre el término Tocharian people
The Cambridge History of Ancient China: From the Origins of ...
The Cambridge History of Ancient China: From the Origins of ...
Michael Loewe, Edward L. Shaughnessy, 1999
The language of these manuscripts was given the name "Tocharian" because of the appearance of the name tu/yry in a ... archaeological circumstances surrounding Tocharian suggest that Tocharian-speaking people inhabited the region of ...
People
People
Spier, Peter y Peter Spier, 2012
In this encyclopedic picture book, Spier celebrates humankind in all its diversity-how we are similar and how we are differnt; in what we wear, eat, play, and how we worship. Small vignettes fill each page, illustrating the wonderful variety that exists among peoples of different cultures and races.
At Home in Many Worlds: Reading, Writing and Translating ...
At Home in Many Worlds: Reading, Writing and Translating ...
Raoul David Findeisen, Gad C. Isay, Amira Katz-Goehr, 2009
In this sense, the green iris stands out to be a good indicator particularly in reference to a people that have more or less ... Second, there has been a sudden resurging of the lost Yuezhi (or Tocharian) people that bewildered the uninformed ...
A Dictionary of Tocharian B.: Revised and Greatly Enlarged.
A Dictionary of Tocharian B.: Revised and Greatly Enlarged.
Douglas Q. Adams, 2013
It has been mechanically compiled from the Tocharian B headwords and their English glosses in the dictionary proper. The word-equations in the index ... the fuller data in the dictionary. Proper names of people or of meters are not included .
The Tocharian Verbal System
The Tocharian Verbal System
Melanie Malzahn, 2010
This book presents a synchronic and diachronic study of the verbal system of the two Tocharian languages together with an index listing attested verbal forms and offering semantic and etymological information.
Hungarians and Europe in the Early Middle Ages: An ...
Hungarians and Europe in the Early Middle Ages: An ...
Andr?s R?na-Tas, 1999
From the Hittite shamlu form came *amlu, which, perhaps through Tocharian mediation appeared in the Turkic ... look at the historical distribution of Indo- European languages, as shown in Figure 39. b) The Tocharian language and people ...
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