Core Vocabulary of the Turkic and Mongolic Languages
The basic core vocabulary of the Turkic and Mongolic languages, drawn up on the basis of the so-called "Swadesh list", which consists of 200 words, is prepared and served on the site. Only 140 matches to the list were found in these language families submitted as in the Proto-Turkic and in Proto-Mongolic languages. Among the 140 pairs, 20 words, that is 14%, are common for bouth languages. Such a small number of common words in the basic core vocabulary, which consists of the most ancient words, allows firmly reject the concept of genetic kinship of the Turkic and Mongolic languages. They can be regarded as "becoming kinship", ie those which have gained a large number of common vocabulary by mutual borrowing in times remote from their arising.
A new section "The Ancient Greeks in Ukraine." The presence of Greeks in Ukraine in prehistoric times podtvrzhdaetsya these place names (Poltava Khorol, Trakhtemyriv, Tahtaulovo, Kolomak perhaps even Kiev, and others.), As well as the Greek cultural and linguistic substratum
By the 800th anniversary of the "Magna Carta" a new section "The Anglo-Saxons in the Ukraine" is opened. For the convenience of stydying Anglo-Saxon history all materials about them, scattered among other sections, were collected.
Thoroughly redesigned section "Cimbri". Analysis of many place names in Poland, Germany and neighboring countries, deciphering the names of historical figures, together with the use of historical evidence, including the Greek navigator Pytheas (4 cen. BC) made it possible to come to a final conclusion that Cimbri were one of Iranian tribes akin to the modern Kurds.
The Ethnic Composition of the Population of Great Scythia According Toponymy.
New section "The Ethnic Composition of the Population of Great Scythia According Toponymy" is added which to some extent summarizes research on the Scythian-Sarmatian problems and generally confirms the conclusions about the ethnic composition of Scythia obtained by other methods.
The section "Ethnicity of Trypillians" was largely expanded. In particular, here was given the launch of the new theme of remaining Trypillian place names in Ukraine, Moldova and Romania. According the results of the research creators of Trypillian culture were unknown to us Semitic tribes. On the other hand, the results of geomagnetic research show that communities of Trypillians totaled to 20 thousand people. Such settlements have to be existing for a long time and keep their original names. With this in mind, an attempt was made to decipher "dark" place names of Right-Bank Ukraine by means of Hebrew. Quite a number of made transcripts can not be accidental. If even a small part of them is true, it would be evidence not only of Semitic origin Trypillians, but also mean that some of the names given by them exist at least six thousand years. In particular, the added part of the section includes an interpretation of these names: Bakota, Bar, Bershad, Moshanets, Seret. Research is in progress.
In addited last paragraph of the "Cultural substrate" is given explanation of names of Ukrainian dishes such as soup, taratuta, asherba, solomakha, jur, pyrih, perepichka by means of the Chuvash language. The first striking that similar words for any first course are used by Ukrainians and Chuvash: (Ukr. yushka, Chuv. yashka).
Inscription in the cave of Stinka.
An important addition was given to the section "Bulgarish Cave Temple on the Dniester River Bank", where inscription on the altar of the cave temple is explained by means of the Chuvash language. The cave was arranged on the steep bank of the Dniester River near the village of Stinka of Buchach district by ancient Bulgars. Inscription in Bulgarish runes neans "to oath" (Chuvash "tupa tu").
Ukrainian "Didukh" and Heraldry "Lily" as Symbols of Tree of Life
An important additionIn has beeb made in the section "Cultural substrate", which illustrates development of the symbol of Tree of Life in the Ukrainian Christmas didukh and further in element of European heraldry known as "lily".
Similarity of didukh and "lily" is expressed, firstly, in flowing down branch, and secondly, in some cases by presence of elements of plants in petals of "lily", in the third, by presence of a cross-belt that would be totally inappropriate for lily stalk. Besides, it is necessary to add that the sheaves in a more explicit form were also elements of heraldry (Wed Sheaf in the coat of arms of the Swedish House Vasa).
Simultaneously, for the convenience of the reader, a new subsection "Traces of cultural relations of the peoples of Eastern Europe in the music" was formed from the Section "Cultural substrate"
The article "Maykop enigma" was placed in the section "Hypotheses", where two possible explanations for the hypothetical relationship of the Sino-Tibetan and North Caucasian languages are given. One explanation is based on the impact on Sino-Tibetan languages of the speakers of the Maykop culture migrated to the east till China. The second explanation issues from the possibility of the location of the Urheimat of the Sino-Tibetan languages in the Near East.
To the Source of Brewing at the Indo-European Peoples.
The article "To the Source of Brewing at the Indo-European Peoples" was placed in the section "The language contacts between the Indo-Europeans, Turks, and Finno-Ugrians in Eastern Europe". It is proved that the brewing was borrowed by Indo-European Peoples from the Bulgars.
The short article "On the founding of Kiev" was published in the section "Hypothesis". Based on data of prehistoric toponymy in Eastern Europe and tieing it to certain archaeological cultures and ethno-forming areas, the concludes was made that the time of the foundation of Kiev should be attributed to the 3 rd millennium BC
The section "Scythian and Sarmatian problems" is opened and filled. The section deals with the cultural continuity between the Cimmerian and Scythian period, the ethnicity of the Scythians, Sauromatians, Sarmatians and Alans. The hypothesis of the presence among the Sarmatians Germanic tribes of ancient Anglo-Saxons is assumed.
The section "Legends of the Dniester" is opened and filled, in which material is distributed about Kaiser, serfdom, churches, healing springs, Taras Bulba etc.
Ethnogenetic Processes in the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and Bronze Age.
The filling of the section "Ethnogenetic Processes in the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and Bronze Age" is finished/ The section consists of several subsections that address the relationship of the Indo-European, Turkic, and Finno-Ugric languages, the correspondenes between the habitat settlement of the speakers of these languages and archaeological cultures of the Bronze Age and linguistic contacts between them.
The article "The Altaic languages" is published in the sub-section "Ethnogenic Processes at the Neolithic, Chalcolithic, and Bronze Age". Using the graphic-analytical method, the territory of the forming the Altaic languages (Mongolic, Tungus, Japan, and Korean) was located in the basin if the river Amur and near regions. Simultaneously the facts of the similarity of the Turkic and Mongolian languages are explaied not by their genetical kinship but only by languages contacts what contradicts the widly spread think among scholars.
The Language Contacts between Indo-Europeans, Turks, and Finno-Ugrians in Eastern Europe
"The Language Contacts between Indo-Europeans, Turks, and Finno-Ugrians in Eastern Europe" completed. Among others one can find the selections of the lexical parallels in the names of metals and plants in the Indo-European and Turkic languages.
The great section "Alternative Historical Linguistics" is divided to three parts:
1. The Common Principles of the Alternative Linguistics.
2. Ethnogenic Processes at the Neolithic, Chalcolithic, and Bronze Age.
3. Ethnogenic Processes at the Iron Age.
The large section "Prehistoric Toponymy in the Ukraine" was opened and began to be filled. The place names of the Germanic, Iranian, Finno-Ugric, and Turkic origin were found on the territory of the Ukraine and adjacent regions and explaind by means of these languages. These place names left the ancient population which presence is proved also by the archaeolgic and linguistic data.
Semitic Tribes in Eastern Europe at Prehistoric Time
The article "Semitic Tribes in Eastern Europe at Prehistoric Time" is published in the Section "Hypoteses" where the origin and the ethnical belonging of famous Trypilla (Tripolje) is considered on the ground of the research by means of the graphic-analythical method. It is adduced the supposition that the creators of this cultures had coming from Asia Minor and could be some Semitic tribe.
The section "Analysis" was opened. There will be placed several analytical articles written earlier, but they have not lost their relevance to the present day, because I do not analyze political struggle, which generally can not be analyzed, and try to guess the future prospects of the Ukrainian state.
To the primary formation of numerals in the Nostratic languages
The article "To the primary formation of numerals in the Nostratic languages" was published in the srction "Hypotheses". Based on the analysis of numerals dozens of languages,their relationship with the pronouns, found .
Field research in the expedition "Dniester ".
The section "Field research in the expedition " Dniester" is opened and began to be filled. There will be materials from the different branches of science – ecology, culture, history, linguistics, etc.
Obtained in the course of the research results gave grounds for some hypothetical deductions. Tartly some of them are present in common texts, partly they go out beyond naratsiy, so it makes sense to apply them in a separate section in the final form of hypotheses. The first article is already presented – "To the primary formation of numerals in the Nostratic languages"
Initiation of intensive filling of sub-section "Alternative historical linguistics." The first article describes the graph-analytic method and the method of selection of lexical material for statistical analysis following by the determination of initial sites of settlements of peoples Nostratic languages macrofamily on the territory of three lakes near Mount Ararat, and ways of their further migratory. Materials are richly illustrated with graphs, tables and maps
In the section "Historical Essays", there are a few of my articles from the book "Cultural clusters of the Dniester", which was published in 2001 and the compiler of which I was. However, my general overview of multi cultural relations edge in historical terms was absent in the book, which was not published for purely technical reasons. This is the time for it. My article on the cultural heritage of Ukrainians, Germans, Jews, who lived in the neighborhood in the Dniester region, are published separatelly.
The large section "Scientific-Research Activities" was opened and began to be filled. The lion's share of the material will be devoted to a description of studies prehistoric ethnogenetic processes in Europe and Asia. Studies carried out on the basis of graphic-analytical method which provides geometric interpretation of the lexical-statistical material. A detailed description of the method is given. Obtained with its help results were associated with the data of geography, archeology, mythology and other sciences