> I know this may sound silly, and probably isn't even true,referred
> It just occured to me that what if the Cimmerians were the ones
> to in Norse writingseast,
> as the ones (the "Aesir") from North of the Black Sea who migrated
> and "conquered" or settled among the Celtic inhabitants of Northernthrowing
> Europe, bringing their Germanic speech with them.
> (I know this is way too general and assuming to much, and just
> this out as a "who knows" kind of possibility), and they could haveleader,
> become the Cimbri. I wonder if the the name of one Cimmerian
> Marcomir, could be Germanic.at
> If the Norse writings have any truth in them here (and they may not
> all) regarding these "Aesir", then the Cimmerians seem to have beenthe
> only settled people from North of the Black Sea that could havemigrated
> West, and if they were the Cimmerians, then this could explain theMinor.
> connection of the Aesir with Troy, because Cimmerians were in Asia
> And it seems that there must have been some migration if we takewhat
> Herodotus said about the Scythians driving out the Cimmerians,because
> surely not all of them migrated south and into Asia Minor?to
> I don't expect this to be taken seriously, it just randomly occured
> me, and at the least I wonder if there was a Western Cimmerianmigration.
>This is my version: there were two invasions into Scandinavia, the