Prior Remark
Intense colonization of the Caucasus took place in the Acheulian times, although there are archaeological finds ща Abbevillian time. By the end of the Acheulean period, people have already invaded the territory of modern Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan and North Caucasus. Obviously, this large area has since been inhabited continuously, but there is speculation that the first settlers here were the people of the Mongoloid anthropological race. The grounds for this assumption came after the study of the relationship of the Sino-Tibetan languages. The Tibetan language was formed at Kara in the upper valleys of the Kura and the Coruh, Chinese was in the valley of the Aras near Lake Sevan. The ancestral home of Lepcha people was further along of the of downstream the Aras. Burmese was formed near the lake was formed Van Burmese, and Kachyn was near the Lake Urmia (Rezaieh. The area in the valley of the Great Zab was settled likely by the ancestors of the people Lepcha or Kiranti, which settlement places may be somewhere in the eastern part of Asia Minor, if we bear in mind their current place of settlements and their distant kinship with the rest of the Sino-Tibetan languages.
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.
Alternative Historical Linguistics
The North Caucasian languages
The graphic model of the Nakh-Dagestanian and the Abkhaz-Adyghean languages
were constructed by means of the Database of
Project The Tower of Babel
About Graphic-analytical Method

(The essence of this method is quantitative estimation and geometrical interpretation of common characteristics in cognate languages)
          The relation of the Abkhazo-Adyghean and the Nakh-Dagestanian languages to some certain language family is not yet determined. Though they are cognate, the attempt to construct a common model of their relation was failed but separate models of the Abkhazo-Adyghean and Nakh-Dagestanian languages were constructed successfully. They are shown above. Probably both languages have originated from a common parent language separated into two dialects at an early stage of development. Then the speakers of these dialects migrated to other diverse places where their tongues were split once again. The common Urheimat of the ancestors of Abkhazo-Adyghean and Nakh-Dagestanian peoples had to be located somewhere not far and between their settlements at present that is on the Caucasus. There was here only one free area, which was not settled by some Nostratic people, just in the Kura Valley in modern-day Azerbaijan (see the map below). In this case, the language of the local population could belong to Nostratic super-family. Earlier of all Nostratic tribes, they separated out of Nostratic community and migrated to the new places of their settlement in Dagestan and Abkhazia. Here their languages were parted in separated dialects which developed to new languages. Some part of Dagestanian population settled on the wide lowlands of the Northern Caucasus. Later they have developed so called Maykop culture which existed in Fore Caucasus till the end of 3th mill. BC. This population will be termed by us farther Maykopians.
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