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  History of Iran: Scythians / Sacae
In fact, just as the Scythians and the Sacae shared the same life style, they had the same name: in their own language, which belonged to the Indo-iranian family, they called themselves Skudat ('archers'?).
The Sakâ tigrakhaudâ ('Sacae with pointed hats') were defeated in 520/519 BCE by the Persian king Darius I the Great, who gave this tribe a new leader.
It is possible that this tribe desintegrated after the fall of the Achaemenid empire; one of the tribes that came into being, was that of the Parni, who went south in the third century BCE and founded the Parthian empire.
www.iranchamber.com /history/articles/scythians_sacae.php   (1752 words)

  
  Sacae - FEWiki
Sacae is a small country in the middle of the plains of Elibe.
Sacae is ruled by various clans each with their own legal system but they all agree that if someone invades the plains they all attack.
Sacae was founded by Hanon one of the Eight Generals.
www.fireemblemworld.com /wiki/index.php?title=Sacae   (84 words)

  
 Elibe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A country of nomadic clans that roam the land on horseback known for its vast oceans of green grass.
It is the final resting place of Hannon, Sacae's founder and one of the eight great generals.
The mountains that separate Sacae from Bern house several bandit groups that lie in wait to prey upon unsuspecting Sacaeans.
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 Cyrus
A part of the population appears to have been deported to Nippur in Babylonia, where a community of Lydians is recorded in the Murašu Archive.
According to Herodotus, Cyrus left Lydia and 'his mind was on Babylon and the Bactrians and the Sacae and the Egyptians' (Histories 1.154).
The Sacae (or Scythians) lived between Bactria and Cyreschata, and there is nothing implausible in Herodotus' words that Cyrus subdued these tribes.
www.livius.org /ct-cz/cyrus_I/cyrus.html   (1245 words)

  
 Giants in Western Europe
I have clearly enough proved that these last were called Sacae, while they continued in the Upper Asia, and I have shewn there were two sorts of them, viz.
The wild Nomadan Sacae at first dwelled near the rise or spring of the Jaxartes, not far from Mount Imaus.
But the Nomadan Sacae made their great push in the opposite direction, i.e., toward the northern parts of Asia, then westward.
www.stevequayle.com /Giants/W.Europe/W.Europe4.html   (1736 words)

  
 Booklet > The United States and Britain in Bible Prophecy > Linguistic Links: What's in a Name?   (Site not responding. Last check: )
We should not consider it astonishing that shortly after the exile of the 10 tribes the term SaCae (the letters for the name Isaac with the Latin plural ending "ae") identified the new settlers in the Black Sea region of Scythia.
the Sakai, or Sacae, are the people from whom the descent of the Saxons may be inferred, with the least violation of probability.
Sakai-Suna or the sons of the Sakai, abbreviated into Saksun, which is the same sound as Saxon, seems a reasonable etymology of the word Saxon" (The History of the Anglo-Saxons, Vol.
www.ucg.org /booklets/US/linguisticlinks.htm   (772 words)

  
 The Anglo-Saxon People
The word "Sacae" may reasonably be deduced from "Isaac," for in Hebrew the "I" virtually disappears, and the latter name is pronounced more like "Tsak." The name takes the form "Sahak" in Armenian, and appears in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, 9th edition, as the name of a Patriarch.
The Sacae are now believed to be the Ashguzai of the Assyrian inscriptions of the period of Esar-Haddon, and to have lived on the borders of Assyria.
The descent of the Saxons from these Sacae has already been outlined; and it is interesting to observe that in the writings of Albinas, the learned tutor of Charlemagne, the Saxons are called Saxi.
www.ensignmessage.com /archives/anglo2.html   (2477 words)

  
 Alice Springs News, May 20, 1998
In the mid-eighties 13 IAD students, enrolled in the then South Australian College of Advanced Education, SACAE's Associate Diploma in Aboriginal Studies, were moved to Centralian College, because of lack of space and resources at IAD.
After three years on the campus, SACAE hierarchy concluded that the college was a "dead end location" for their IAD students and recommended a relocation back to IAD, offering to make more resources available out of their own budget.
"SACAE wanted their programs to work and grow but they realised that Centralian College, as it was being managed at the time, was not an environment where Aboriginal people would be supported and successful," says Mrs Davis.
www.alicespringsnews.com.au /0516.html   (5355 words)

  
 New Page 1
By 130 B.C. the Sacae had broken through; not only were they across the Oxus, but they had captured the fortress city of Balkh, metropolis of Hellenism in the East and the repository of fabulous riches.
The geographical difficulties of this region are such that an invasion from this direction of tribal hordes or armies sufficiently powerful to overwhelm the Yavana kingdoms and to conquer the whole of the N.-W. Frontier Province and the Punjab is inconceivable.
Finally the Saca cause was restored by the arrival of Azes I, who evidently descended from Arachosia to Taxila, and in due course set up the era of 57 B.C. The third mint with which we may be here concerned is that located by Jenkins at Pushkalavati.
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 blog.myspace.com/inganno
Historians, both ancient and modern, state that they were descended from the Sacae, a people who came into Eastern Europe from Media shortly after 700 B.C. This is certainly important, for that date is during the same period in which the Israelites were taken captive TO Media.
As the word Saxon is merely an English form of Sacae, it follows that in their name itself we have proof of the Israelitish identity of the Saxons.
Since ancient writers declare that the Saxons of Europe were descended from the Sacae who came into Europe from Media, and as language study identifies the Sacae as the house of Isaac, we have a positive chain of evidence proving the Israelitish identity of the Saxons.
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 HISTORIC PROOF OF ISRAEL'S MIGRATIONS   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Herodotus says that the Scythians or Sacae first appeared in that land in the seventh century B.C., which is the same period in which the Tribes of Israel were settled there by their Assyrian conquerors.
The Sacae had made incursions similar to those of the Cimmerians and Trares, some near their own country, others at a greater distance.
Albinus, who lived in the first century B.C., also says, "The SAXONS were descended from the ancient Sacae in Asia and in process of time they came to be called SAXONS." Prideaux reports that the Cimbrians came from between the Black and Caspian Seas and that with them came the ANGLI.
www.churchoftrueisrael.com /comparet/comp12.html   (4376 words)

  
 ANACALYPSIS
I fear the extracts from Georgius will be found by many of my readers tedious; but as proofs of my system, from an unwilling witness, they are of the first importance, and cannot be dispensed with.
The whole of what we have seen respecting Saca and the Saxons, must be considered as a preparation for an inquiry into a Pontifical government, (to be developed in a future book,) which was brought with the feudal system to England and Europe, long before the time of Cæsar.
This is Saca, or Indra, whom we found crucified in Nepaul.
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 Herodotus - The Histories - Page 1096
The Sacae, or Scyths, were clad in trousers, and had on their heads tall stiff caps rising to a point.
They were in truth Amyrgian Scythians, but the Persians called them Sacae, since that is the name which they give to all Scythians.
The Bactrians and the Sacae had for leader Hystaspes, the son of Darius and of Atossa, the daughter of Cyrus.
www.galileolibrary.com /ebooks/eu04/herodotus_page_1096.htm   (136 words)

  
 Historic Proof of Israel’s Migrations
“The Sacae, or Scyths, were clad in trousers and had on their heads tall, still caps rising to a point.
Herodotus says that the Scythians or Sacae first appeared in that land in the seventh century B.C., which is the same period in which the Tribes of Israel were settled there by their Assyrian conquerors.
The Sacae had made incursions similar to those of the Cimmerians and Trares, some near their own country, others at a greater distance.
www.israelect.com /reference/WillieMartin/Inter-38.htm   (4809 words)

  
 Talking Out Of Turn » 2006 » February   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In English, it is translated by all Anglo-Israelite people who quote this as “for the Persians call the Scythians Sacae.” If we have demonstrated that the Sacae are Israelites, then we have demonstrated that the people that the Greeks called Scythians, the Persians called Sacae, and this is supposed to be one of the links.
The Sacae, who are Scythians, had on their heads tall caps, erect and stiff and tapering to a point; they wore trousers, and carried their native bows, and daggers, and also axes which they call “sagaris.” These were Amyrgian Scythians, but were called Sacae; that is the Persian name for all Scythians.
The commander of the Bactrians and Sacae was Hystaspes, son of Darius and Cyrus’ daughter Atossa.
merbc.invigorated.org /archives/2006/02/page/2   (5142 words)

  
 Israelites-Scythians-Sacae-Saxons
A positive reconstruction of their migrations has been impossible owing to the fact that a connected written record no longer exists, and ethnologists have been compelled to rely largely on archaeology, folk-lore and saga for such gleanings of knowledge as have been available.
Inevitably, there has been considerable divergence of opinion among the scholars who have investigated the matter, with a marked leaning towards the view on the part of early historians that the Saxons were descended from the Scythia SACAE.
'It is significant that modern researches in the lands anciently occupied by these people tend to support the views of those scholars of past generations who were convinced that the Sacae of old and the Celto-Saxons of more modern times are RACIALLY IDENTICAL.
www.hope-of-israel.org /p11.htm   (177 words)

  
 Florida Atlantic University - On Campus - Official Athletic Site
The primary goal of the Student-Athlete Center for Academic Excellence (SACAE) is to assist FAU's 450 student-athletes in reaching their educational goals while they compete in intercollegiate athletics.
There are two computer labs that hold approximately 40 computer stations with internet and printing capabilities.
Students are encouraged to visit the SACAE for all of their academic and computing needs.
fausports.cstv.com /school-bio/fau-acad-center.html   (162 words)

  
 History of Punjab 1
Before the commencement of the war, a force under Ranjodh Singh had been placed at Phillour as a precautionary measure, and also to watch the enemy movements at Ludhiana.
The Scythians inhabiting Central Asia at the time of Herodotus (5th century B.C.) consisted of 4 main branches known as the MassaGatae, Sacae, Alani, and Sarmatians, sharing a common language, ethnicity and culture.
Herodotus, Pliny, Plotemy, Arrian) and Persian sources (Darius's historians) from the 5th century place the MassaGatea as the most southerly group in the Central Asian steppe.
www.punjabilok.com /land/history.htm   (395 words)

  
 Family Tree DNA Forum - View Single Post - E3b - Key to Northwest European Origins
Later, we shall see conclusive proof that the Sacae and the Scythians were included in the dispersed tribes of Israel.
The identification of the Sacae, or Scythian with the Ten Tribes because they appear in history at the SAME TIME, and very nearly in the SAME PLACE, as the Israelites removed by Shalmaneser, is one of the chief
“identification of the Sacae, or Scythians with the Ten Tribes” is that these Sacae or Scythians “appear in history at the same time, and very nearly in the same place.”
www.familytreedna.com /forum/showpost.php?p=21185&postcount=8   (634 words)

  
 The French - Speaking Peoples In Prophecy
The “Sacae,” as we have just seen, made up a part of a group of “peoples” called Scythians; among this mixture of peoples, the “Sacae” were of Israelite origin.
It is indeed established that among the peoples known under the general name “Scythians,” the Sacae were made up of a group of Cimbri or Cimmerians, that is to say, of people of Israelite tribes in migration toward Western Europe, after their liberation.
In all likelihood, the exact derivation of the name “Sacae” — or “Sakae” — is from Isaac, the father of Israel.
www.giveshare.org /israel/french/chapter4.html   (1625 words)

  
 History Research Projects: Book: "The 'Lost" Ten Tribes of Israel...Found!"
The Sacae appear in this region soon after the fall of the kingdom of Israel.
The Sacae lived directly north of Palestine (by the Black Sea) when the prophet Jeremiah was told to send a message to the ten tribes of Israel living "north" of Palestine.
Many kings of the Sacae Scythians and Parthians bore the name of the royal bloodline of King David, fulfilling God’s promise in Jeremiah 33:17.
www.giveshare.org /israel/lost10tribes.html   (1943 words)

  
 British-Israel.us - Lesson 24 - Were ISRAELITES in India?
SACAE seized Bactriana and about a century after Alexander they established their rule from the Aral Lake to the mouth of the Indus.
These BUDII were probably two branches of Ephraimites because Hosea 11:5-6 says Ephraim "shall not return into the land of Egypt, but the Assyrian shall be his king, because they refused to return.
The priests of the Bactrians, Chorasmians, Arians and Sacae were called MAGI (Asiatic Researches 11:76-80).
www.british-israel.us /24.html   (1691 words)

  
 Booklet > The United States and Britain in Bible Prophecy > Linguistic Links: What's in a Name?   (Site not responding. Last check: )
We should not consider it astonishing that shortly after the exile of the 10 tribes the term SaCae (the letters for the name Isaac with the Latin plural ending "ae") identified the new settlers in the Black Sea region of Scythia.
The Greek historian Herodotus (484-420 B.C.) wrote that the Persians called Scythians "Sacae." Later the Greek writer Ptolemy (A.D. second century) referred to the Sacae as "Saxones." These terms were often used synonymously.
the Sakai, or Sacae, are the people from whom the descent of the Saxons may be inferred, with the least violation of probability.
www.gnmagazine.org /booklets/US/linguisticlinks.htm   (772 words)

  
 Darius Inscription at Behistun   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Behistun Rock inscription establishes that the Sacae lived in the land of the Cimmerians (modern north-west Persia) and that they formed part of the agglomeration of peoples known to the ancients as Scythians (or Skythians or Skuths).” (Bible Research Handbook, Volume II, Serial 572.9355)
W.H. Bennett in the main body of this book, we find the House of Israel referred to in Scripture as the House of Isaac or Saka, and known to popular history as the Scythians who overspread Europe.
They are called Sacae, Sacan, and Sacians in the following translation of Darius’ inscription.
www.israelite.info /Source_Documents/MainPageSourceDocuments_Folder/Persian.htm   (1983 words)

  
 Parthia - The Ancient Empire
Also, we learned in chapter six that Scythia (the Sacae Scythians) were civilized people, and that their power was so great that they devastated the Assyrian Empire and twice defeated the Persian Empire.
There is a record from Diodorus, a Greek historian of the first century B.C., that the Parthians had “passed from the dominion of the Assyrians to that of the Medes…to a similar position under the Persians.”8 Rawlinson also notes that early historians regarded the Parthians to be “exiles.”9 These statements are very significant.
Since the Parthians were related to the Sacae Scythians (who bore the name of Isaac), and since there is no record of any Parthians being in Asia until after the Israelites were brought there, it seems evident that the Parthians were exiled members of the ten tribes of Israel.
www.parthia-aramaic.org   (13278 words)

  
 Israel and our Sad State of Affairs   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Sacae or Scythians, who were termed Gimirri by their Semitic neighbours, first appear in the cuneiform inscriptions as a substantive people under [the Assyrian King] Esar-Haddon [son of Sennacherib] in about 684 BC.125
If the Ten Tribes have disappeared, the literal fulfillment of the prophecies would be impossible; if they have not disappeared, obviously they must exist under a different name.
Omri, Kuhumri, Gamera, Kimmeraii, Cimmertians, Ceythians, Scythians, Iskuza, Saka, Sacae, Sakka, Sakasone, Sakaii, as well as other names, identified the Israelites in their banishment and continued migrations.
www.apfn.net /messageboard/08-05-04/discussion.cgi.17.html   (2466 words)

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