Dardi


Dardi
Dárdi m mn
DEFINICIJA
stanovnici Dardistana koji govore dardskim jezikom
ETIMOLOGIJA
vidi Dardistan

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  • Dardi — Dardi, alter Volksstamm in Apulien …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • DARDI — Apuliae Dauniae populi …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Dardi (people) — The Dardi people are an Indo Aryan people inhabiting Northern Pakistan (Dardistan). External links* [http://www.mockandoneil.com/dard.htm Dards, Dardistan, and Dardic: an Ethnographic, Geographic, and Linguistic Conundrum] …   Wikipedia

  • Dardi people — The Dardi people are an Indo Aryan people inhabiting Northern Pakistan (Dardistan). External links Dards, Dardistan, and Dardic: an Ethnographic, Geographic, and Linguistic Conundrum Categories: Ethnic groups in PakistanPakistani ethnic group… …   Wikipedia

  • Bolognese Swordsmanship — Bolognese Swordsmanship, also sometimes known as the Dardi school, is a tradition within the Italian school of swordsmanship which is based on the surviving fencing treatises published by several 16th century fencing masters of Bologna, [1]… …   Wikipedia

  • Migration of Kambojas — References to Kambojas abound in ancient literature, and this may have been just the expansion of an Indo Iranian tribe with both Indic and Persian affinities from their homeland in the present day Afghanistan Pakistan region along the foothills… …   Wikipedia

  • Cleophis — (Sanskrit: Kripa?)[1] was the mother of Assakenos or Assacanus, the reigning war leader of the Assakenoi or Assacani people at the time of Alexander s invasion (Curtius). The Assakenoi (Sanskrit Ashvakas: from Ashva = horse)[2] were a free people …   Wikipedia

  • Kamboja cavalry — The Kambojas had been famous throughout all periods of history for their excellent breed of horses as well as as famous horsemen or cavalry [The Indian Historical Quarterly, 1963, p 103; Some Kṣatriya Tribes of Ancient India, 1924, p 239, Dr B. C …   Wikipedia

  • Saka Nankana — forms a very important part of Sikh history. In political significance, it comes next only to Jallianwala Bagh massacre of April 1919. The saka constitutes the core of the Gurdwara Reform Movement started by the Sikhs in early twentieth century.… …   Wikipedia

  • Kambojas in Kautiliya's Arthashastra — The Kambojas, an ancient Ksatriya clan of Indo Iranian affinities [Vedic Index I, p 138, Dr Macdonnel, Dr Keith.] [Ethnology of Ancient Bhārata – 1970, p 107, Dr Ram Chandra Jain.] [The Journal of Asian Studies – 1956, p 384, Association for… …   Wikipedia


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