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Old May 3rd 12, 10:17 AM posted to soc.culture.israel,soc.genealogy.medieval,soc.history.medieval,soc.culture.usa,rec.games.chess.politics
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Default The Khazars and the Jewish Question


AlexMilman wrote:

JTEM wrote:

Why I find this story so interesting is that it fits the medieval
story of Prestor John like a glove, only they seemed to have
confused the precise religion.


Except that above mentioned historian (unlike you, he was an
acknowledged specialist in the nomadic cultures), made a totally
different association: one with the Nestorian Christians of the
Central Asia. Tryhttp://www.imobilco.ru/books/-/262921/


The two stories are linked, and if you honestly think someone
would have to be an "acknowledged specialist in nomadic
cultures" to see the similarities, you have no business discussing
anything more complicated than a dancing, singing purple
dinosaur.

You're welcome.
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