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While scholars are quite willing to accept this as the result of population-mixing over the centuries, there is a tendency to view earlier populations as somehow pristine :representatives of certain anthropological types associated with certain languages. Languages, however, particularly in Eurasia, move about with highly mobile populations and through political domination can extend beyond ethnie and racial borders. In sorne instances, language shifts could occur in connection with economie changes.

46 40 Ramstedt, Einführung, 1, pp. 54,103·104; Sevortjan, Ètim. , I, pp. 521·523; Gamkrelidze, lvanov, lndoevropejcy, Il, pp. 579,938; Poppe, Ver-gleichende, 1, p. 12. Critical comments by R6na-Tas, 1988a, p. 395. Clauson, ED, p. 120, and many others, view ôküz as a borrowing from Tokhar. B. okso. 41 Marquart, Wehrot, p. 31ff. 42 Clauson, ED,pp. 119-120 who notes it as a loan-word in Mong. üyer and Gamkrelidze, lvanov, Indoevropejcy, II, p. 940 43 Musaev, Leksikologija, p. 129. 44 ~émeth, 1942-47, pp.

Stockbreeding and metallurgical elements were further emphasized. Groups with similar cultures are found in Tuva and elsewhere in South Siberia. The Okunevo type was replaced by the Andronovo culture, (or separate and distinct Andronovo-type cultures) of Western Eurasian origin, ca. C. (or possibly earlier), which was again dominated by a Europoid population, most probably Indo-Iranian, with a more sedentary style of stockbreeding. Metallurgy continued to be important. The Andronovo-type cultures extended from the Pontic steppes to the Y enisei.

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