• Lydians - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lydians The Lydians (known as Sparda to the Achaemenids, Old Persian cuneiform 𐎿𐎱𐎼𐎭) were an Anatolian people living in Lydia, a region in western Anatolia, who spoke the distinctive Lydian language, an Indo-European language of the Anatolian group.. Questions raised regarding their origins, as defined by the language and reaching well into the 2nd millennium BC, continue to be debated by ...
  • Lydia - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lydia The relationship between the Etruscans (of northern Italy) and the Lydians has long been a subject of conjecture. While the Greek historian Herodotus stated that the Etruscans originated in Lydia, he may have meant a people who preceded the Lydians proper. The claim that Lydia was the homeland of the Etruscans was repeated in Virgil's epic poem the Aeneid.
  • Lydia | ancient region, Anatolia | Britannica

    www.britannica.com/place/Lydia-ancient-region-Anatolia The Lydians were a commercial people, who, according to Herodotus, had customs like the Greeks and were the first people to establish permanent retail shops. Their invention of metallic coinage, which the Greeks quickly adopted, played an important part as a catalyst in the commercial revolution that transformed Greek civilization in the 6th ...
  • The Lydians: History, Religion & Civilization - Video ...

    study.com/academy/lesson/the-lydians-history-religion-civilization.html The Lydians. If you've ever read Homer's ancient epic poem Iliad, you might remember that the Greeks brought a thousand ships to battle Troy during the Trojan War.But the Trojans had allies, too ...
  • Lydians | Department of Linguistics

    linguistics.osu.edu/herodotos/ethnonym/asian/lydians Cyrus appointed a man named Tabalus as governor, but the Lydians immediately revolted. However, the insurrection was quickly suppressed by general Mazares and his successor Harpagus. From now on, Lydia was known as the Persian satrapy (province) Sparda and governed by a viceroy or satrap.
  • Lydia | All About Turkey

    www.allaboutturkey.com/lydia.html Lydians were the first ones to mint coins in the history of mankind. They made Gold, Silver and Electrum (a mixture of gold and silver) coins at Sardis. Language. Lydian language belongs to New Anatolian languages, derived from Old Anatolian - Hittite, Luwian and Palaic.
  • Lydians | Ancient Origins

    www.ancient-origins.net/lydians Lydians. 23 October, 2016 - 14:48 Natalia Klimczak. Extravagance and Illness: The Cursed Karun Treasure of the Lydians. A collection of gorgeous artifacts discovered in the Uşak Province in Turkey overwhelmed the world of archaeology, but also caused many troubles. The impressive assemblage of ancient mystical...
  • The Lydians (680 - 546 BC)

    www.smie.co/html/cultural_history/lydians/lydians.shtml The Lydians' ancestors were contemporaries to the Hittites with sometimes friendly and sometimes hostile relationship. The Lydians continued to thrive in the central west Asia Minor during the Iron Age after the demise of the Hittites. When the Urartian kingdom was destroyed the Lydians extended their borders in the east to the Halys River 1 ...
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