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(1/16) Today again a more theoretical thread about #Germanic #history. It is about a theory of the origin of the first Germanic major #tribes:
the #Iron and #Amber theory!

(Many used images are from external sources, which I will gladly share if needed.) ImageImage
(2/16) But let's start from the beginning. What is a #Germanic "major #tribe" anyway?
Around the year 0, hundreds of small #tribes lived in #Germania. About 400 years later, however, they were seemingly replaced by a few large tribes, such as the #Goths, #Franks, or #Alemanni. Image
(3/16) #Researchers therefore asked themselves early on how this development had come about. It was usually assumed that #Germanic #tribes living near the #borders of the #Roman #Empire formed #raiding parties, in order to be able to undertake more successful #raids. ImageImage
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Greetings from Think India Tribal Rights Forum,

The tribe we present today is CHIRU TRIBE

Chiru is one of the tribes of Manipur that has its own culture, tradition, legends, folklore, folktales, folksongs, languages, religion, beliefs etc.
Over the years, the Chiru tribe developed a tradition of musical recitals, dancing, quite integrated to the entire culture of Manipur.
Their villages are situated in the valleys and foothills surrounded by thin forests.
People of the Chiru tribal community display great craftsmanship in the field of weaving and carpentry. The shawls worn by them have a typical combination of design and cooler which make them distinct. They are non-vegetarians who eat beef and pork.
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Greetings from Think India Tribal Rights Forum

#KnowTheTribe Trivia

शबरी की कुटिया से...

The Tribe that we present today is the Hakkipiki Tribe.

The Hakkipiki are a tribal group in the state of Karnataka.
In Kannada, Hakkipikki means "bird hunters."
They are believed to be related to the renowned Ranapratap Singh.
They are a nomadic tribe of hunter-gatherers who lived in the country's woodlands.
They are divided into four clans: Gujathioa, Kaliwala, Mewara, and Panwara.
They speak a variety of south Indian languages, including kannada, tamil, telegu, and malyalam, as well as vagribooli, which is close to Gujrati.
Hinduism is practised by the Hakkipikki.


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@mardi_steere takes the stage to discus systems, siloes, and kids. #DFTB22
Found her #tribe in paediatric emergency medicine.

Married an American. Moved to USA. Worked 80-100 hour weeks, while he was very supportive from a Navy submarine deployed for 6 months at a time.
Moved to Kenya for 8 years with 2 young kids.
Moved to Australia, RFDS, working with rural and remote people.
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