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Two Waves of Sarmatian Migrations in the Black Sea Steppes
Integrated stratigraphy of the Sarmatian (Upper Middle Miocene) in
Ossetians are descendants of a Sarmatian tribal confederation
They are believed to be descendants of a Sarmatian tribal confederation named the Alans, who reached this area from the east in the 4th Century BC.
Abstract: Contemporary Sarmatian sedimentary environments and associated Keywords: foraminifera, paleoenvironments, Sarmatian, Transylvania.
New Bryozoa from the Sarmatian (Middle Miocene) deposits of the
A new species of the Sarmatian bryozoan, Crisia romanica sp. nov.

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Furt la sonda
In aceeasi zi, in urma unei sesizari cu privire la faptul ca in zona petroliera Sarmatian – Tasbuga se “lucreaza” la o turla de sonda in stare de nefolosinta, politistii moinesteni au depistat ca aceasta se confirma, suprinzind trei barbati – Marian I.

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Sarmatians - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Iron Age Sarmatians were an Iranian people in Classical Antiquity, flourishing from about the 5th century BC to the 4th century AD.
In the mid-third century, the tribe controled large parts of Scythia, which can be deduced from the spread of the typical Sarmatian tombs.
The Sarmatian Problem.
The Women Warriors - the Sarmatians
"They [Sarmatian women] have no right breasts...

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