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West Rumelian (Western Balkans), 2. East Rumelian (Eastern Balkans, Istanbul-Western Anatolia, Crimean Ottoman, Gagauz) 3. Western Anatolian/Middle Anatolian 4. East }\natolian 5. Azarbayjani 6. Sonqor 7. Sqâ'î-Aynalln, East Oguzic : 8. Xurâsân Turkic 9. Ozbek-Oguz 10. Türkmen. 22 Doerfer,1978, pp. 15-31 and 1987, p. 105 considers it a separate branch ofTurkic. This view bas not found uni versai acceptance, many scholars viewing it as close to Azarbâyjânî, cf. Kakuk, Mai tôrôk, pp. 37-38. TIJRKIC LANGUAGES 22 -g > 0/y Loss of gutterals in suffix anlaut t >d k>g *(l > y.

Ll But, it was only ca. C. (the dating is uncertain) that equestrian technology was sufficiently developed to produce a true culture of mounted riders. These skills were not necessarily applied to rnilitary purposes at this time. Undoubtedly, there were a number of factors that finally came together to crea te Eurasian pastoral nomadism : the full mastery of horse technology (which probahly occurred much earlier in the Western Eurasian zone and then spread eastward), the growth of human and 7 Rudenko, Frozen Tombs, pp.

L _____ ,_ .. : ......... 7 ln addition to horse-breeding, their primary occupation, these nomads also raised cattle and sheep. 8 It is not unlikely that these nomads of the Altay exerted a strong cultural influence on the Turkic peoples or elements that would become Turkic peoples. C. The causes of the transition to the type of pastoral nomadism that we today associate with Eurasian steppe societies remains the subject of speculation. This was an economie adaptation that developed unevenly, over a long period of time and in response to a variety of local stimuli, out of primitive pastoralism-animal husbandry in communities that engaged in both stockbreeding and agriculture.

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