Indo-Europeans

Indo-Europeans
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  • Once upon a time, there were a group of people called the Indo-Europeans. They were believed to have come from the steppes.
  • Dont tell anyone!!
  • OK Dad!
  • The steppes were dry grasslands that stretch north of the Caucasus Mountains, between the Black and Caspian seas. As a result, they were used to agriculture, herding cattle, and taming horses.
  • Between 1200 and 1700 years B.C, they started migrating from their homeland. They dispersed in all directions, but mainly to the Indian subcontinent.
  • Until this day, the reason behind their migration remains a mystery, and nobody has been able to make a viable prediction about their actions.
  • These nomadic people developed the Indo-European language, which expanded to other countries and was known as "the mother of all languages."
  • These people developed new technological advances which made life easier and jobs more effective. This gave rise to many later civilizations and empires in the area, and gave them an advantage in war.
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