The Delbhna were a race of Ireland. They had a number of branches in central and western Ireland. ...more on Wikipedia about "Delbhna"
Dealbhne Thíre Dhá Loch(a) ("The Dealbhne of the Two Lochs") was a tuath (a tribal kingdom) of medieval Ireland, located in Iar Connacht in the west of Co. Galway in the province of Connacht, Ireland. The two lochs concerned were Loch nOirbsean (Loch Corrib, a fresh water loch) and Loch Lurgain / Galway Bay, a sea loch). The Dealbhne / Dealbhnaí / Delbhna were any early tribal grouping with a number of different branches in Ireland. ...more on Wikipedia about "Delbhna Tir Dha Locha"
Dereivka is a site associated with the Sredny Stog culture dating ca. 4500—3500 BC of the middle Dnieper region. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dereivka"
Diaokhi or Diauehi (Diauhi) known to Assyrians as Daiaeni (Dayaeni) (“the Land of the Sons of Diau”) was an ancient Georgian kingdom in what is now Northeastern Turkey and Southwestern Georgia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Diaokhi"
Dnieper-Donets culture, ca. 5th—4th millennium BC. A neolithic ( stone age) culture in the area north of the Black Sea/ Sea of Azov between the Dnieper and Donets River. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dnieper-Donets culture"
Dongye was a state which occupied portions of the northeastern Korean peninsula from roughly 150 BCE to around 400 CE. It bordered Goguryeo and Okjeo to the north, Jinhan to the south, and China's Lelang Commandery to the west. Today, this territory consists of the provinces of South Hamgyŏng and Kangwon in North Korea, and Gangwon in South Korea. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dongye"
The terms Dravidians and Dravidian Race are sometimes given to the peoples of southern and central India and northern Sri Lanka who speak Dravidian languages, the best known of which are Tamil (தமிழ்), Telugu (తెలుగు), Kannada (ಕನ್ನಡ), Malayalam (മലയാളം) and Tulu (ತುಳು). ...more on Wikipedia about "Dravidian people" Please tell your friends about shortopedia
The Durotriges were one of the Celtic tribes living in the British Islands prior to the Roman invasion of Britain. The tribe lived in modern Dorset, south Wiltshire and south Somerset. After Roman conquest, their main cities were Durnovaria, modern Dorchester, and Lindinis, modern Ilchester. ...more on Wikipedia about "Durotriges"
The Edetani were an ancient Iberian (Pre- Roman) people of the Iberian peninsula (the Roman Hispania). They are believed to be of Iberian language. ...more on Wikipedia about "Edetani"
Edom (אֱדוֹם, Standard Hebrew Edom, Tiberian Hebrew ʾĔḏôm, Assyrian Udumi, Syriac ܐܕܘܡ), a Hebrew word meaning " red", is a name given to Esau in the Hebrew Bible, as well as to the nation that purportedly traced their ancestry to him. ...more on Wikipedia about "Edom"
The Emishi were natives of northern Honshu that opposed and resisted the rule of the Japanese Emperors during the late Nara and early Heian periods (7th-10th centuries A.D.). At the end of the Heian period (12th C.), those Emishi who were still outside the authority of the state became known as Ezo. ...more on Wikipedia about "Emishi"
(Epic Kamboja, Iranian Kambujiya) *Sword Legend ** ...more on Wikipedia about "Epic Kamboja, Iranian Kambujiya"
The Equaesi were an ancient Celtiberian tribe of Lusitania, akin to the Lusitanians and Calaicians or Gallaeci, living in the north of modern Portugal, between the provinces of Minho and Trás-os-Montes, near the border of modern Galicia (Spain). ...more on Wikipedia about "Equaesi"
The Eurasian Avars were a nomadic people of Eurasia who migrated into central and eastern Europe in the 6th century. The Avar rule persisted over much of the Pannonian plain up to the early 9th century. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eurasian Avars" This text is made for www.shortopedia.com Ancient_peoples
Ezero culture, 3300—2700 BC, a bronze age archaeological culture occupying most of present-day Bulgaria. It presumably takes its name from the Ezero River, which has the city of Varna at its mouth on the Black Sea. The most important archaeological site is said to be near the town of Nova Zagora. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ezero culture"
The Fatyanovo-Balanovo culture, 3200—2300 BC, is an eastern extension of the Corded Ware culture into Russia. It runs from Lake Pskov in the west to the middle Volga in the east, with its northern reach in the valley of the upper Volga. It is really two cultures, the Fatyanovo in the west, the Balanovo in the east. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fatyanovo-Balanovo culture"
In historic writings the term Fenni is widely known to have referred to Finnic (a.k.a Fenno-Ugric) people - which particular group of Finnic people precicely, is still a subject of debate in certain cases. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fenni"
Finnic peoples (Fennic, sometimes Baltic-Finnic) refer, particularly in present-day English usage of Finland and Estonia, to what are perceived as culturally related ethnic groups, i.e., the settled peoples speaking Balto-Finnic languages (Finnic languages), traditionally living in Karelia, Ingria, Estonia, Finland, northernmost Norway and northern Sweden. Similarly Finnic culture refers to the farmer-hunter culture common to these peoples. The term "Finnic peoples" can thus be used to establish a contrast to the more distantly akin, and historically nomadic, Sami people but also to the surrounding Slavic peoples (Slavs), Baltic peoples (Balts), Scandinavians and other Germanic peoples (Germanics). ...more on Wikipedia about "Finnic"
Fir Craibe is a branch of the Fir Ol nEchmacht, one of the ancient peoples of Ireland. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fir Craibe"
Fir Ol nEchmacht was the name of a group or race of people living in pre-historic Ireland. The name may be translated as Fir=men; Ol (possibly Dal?)=race, people; nEchmacht=the given name of the people. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fir Ol nEchmacht"
Ancient Galatia was an area in the highlands of central Anatolia (now Turkey). Galatia was bounded on the north by Bithynia and Paphlagonia, on the east by Pontus, on the south by Lycaonia and Cappadocia, and on the west by the remainder of Phrygia, the eastern part of which the Gauls had invaded. The modern capital of Turkey, Ankara lies in ancient Galatia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Galatia"
The Gamanraige were the main branch of the Fir Ol nEchmacht, a people who ruled much of Ireland west of the Shannon in the pre-historic era. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gamanraige"
Gandhāra (also Ghandara, Ghandahra, Chandahara, and Persian Gandara) is the name of an ancient kingdom in eastern Afghanistan and north-west province of Pakistan. Gandhara was located mainly on southern side of Kabul River. In the east, it extended beyond Indus River and included within its boundaries parts of the valley of Kashmir (Political History of Ancient India, 1996, p 151). ...more on Wikipedia about "Gandhara"
The Germanic (also, Teutonic) peoples are the nations speaking Germanic languages, idioms descended from Proto-Germanic (spoken during the final centuries BC, the Pre-Roman Iron Age of Northern Europe). ...more on Wikipedia about "Germanic peoples"
The Globular Amphora Culture, German Kugelamphoren, ca. 3400-2800 BC, is an archaeological culture contemporaneous with and overlapping the central area occupied by the Corded Ware culture. Somewhat to the south and west, it was bordered by the Baden culture, which also overlapped portions occupied by the Corded Ware culture. To the northeast was the Narva culture. It occupied much of the same area as the earlier Funnelbeaker culture. It takes its name from the characteristic pottery, globular-shaped pots with two to four hands. ...more on Wikipedia about "Globular Amphora culture" Visit again www.shortopedia.com shortopedia
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