Scythian Mythology

Scythian Mythology Scythian Mythology

The Scythian religion is the set of stories of the mythology scythian, ritual practices and beliefs of the Scythians, one of the Iranian peoples who occupied the Pontic and Caspian steppe in classical antiquity. The little we know about religion comes from the work of the historian and ethnographer Greek ve century Herodotus.

It is assumed to be related to the oldest Proto-Indo-Iranian religion, and influenced later mythologies slavs, Hungarian and Turkish, as well as the traditions ossetians thought to be descended from Scythian mythology.

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Scythian Mythology (texts)

Books on Persian-Caucasian mythology