The question about the origin and the ethnical belonging of famous Trypilla (Tripolje) culture is debatable up to this time. This Chalcolithic (Eneolithic) culture existed on the area of Right-bank Ukraine and Moldova during III-II mill. B.C. just then as Turkic tribes settled the steppes to east of the Dnepr. Studying the contacts between Indo-European and Turkic languages we supposed that occasionelly the mediator of these contacts could be the language of the population of Trypilla culture which was of the much higher level.
This study is the sequel of the research by means of the graphic-analytical method realized within the project INDIN
The Indo-European territory at the 3rd mill BC. The Germanic Urheimet is located on the area between the upper Pripiat' and the upper Neman. The Germanic tribes stayed here till the begiining of the 2nd mill. BC and later they widened their territory till the river Vistula on the west and till the river Dniepr on the east.
The determined territory coincides to a great extent with the region of Třynec culture of uncertain origin which existed from the second quarter till the end of the 1st mill BC. Thus, this culture can be plausible considered as of Germanic origin. Such assumption may be confirmed by connections of discrete Germanic languages with the Iranians, since the Iranian areas were located near-by on the Dnepr's left banks. The made comparative analysis of table-dictionaries of Germanic and Iranian languages discovered 253 Germanic-Iranian lexical correspondences. The North Germanic languages have at most Germanic-Iranian matches, namely 193 ones. The English has a bit less, 173 matches, but German has considerable lesser, only 95 ones. The Ossetic language has mostly Germanic matches, to wit 143 ones. Pashto and Kurdish have 93 matches, Yaghnobi has 67 ones etc.
The location of the Urheimats of particular Germanic tribes on the territory of the ancient Ukraine can be confirmed by the many place names. We shall begin our survey with Volhynia (modern-day Volins’ka oblast’ or Volin Region), an area between the Western Buh and Horyn’ rivers located south of the upper Pripjat’. One may recall that the ancient Illyrian ethnos formed in this area. This country subsequently was occupied by the ancient Germans. After the great bulk of Germans went westward, some Slavic tribe settled in the area, speaking a dialect that subsequently developed into the Czech language. When the majority of the Czech ancestors left the area for Central Europe, it was occupied by new Slavic tribe wich is known as either Dulebs or Dudlebs. The name of this tribe is preserved in several toponyms of Western Ukraine and the Czech Republic, and in the opinion of some scholars this ethnonym derives from W.G. Deudo and laifs . The first part of the word derived to Teutons and Deutsch what means the Germans. The second partial word means “the rest” (Got. laiba, O.Eng. làf). Thus the word Dulebs may be ecplained as “the remnants of the Teutons.” As the local inhabitants have took the name as their own since long, one can affirm that some part of the Germans (Teutons) remained in Volhynia. The place names the ancestors of the Germans and Czeches brought to new their settlement The place names “Wollin” or “Volin” were brought by the ancestors of Germans and Czechs to new their settlements and they can be found in Germany and Czechia now.
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