>> > > >(GK) Now as to the missingmatch
> > > > archaeological evidence of Sarmatian migration into
> > > > Bastarnia. (Pay attention) It has been pointed out to
> > > > you repeatedly (I did it, and most recently Piotr)
> > > > that it is not up to those who do not accept your
> > > > baseless contentions to "prove" them wrong: you are
> > > > methodologically not entitled to make them, and it is
> > > > up to you to advance at least something which might
> > > > back a hypothesis. You can't simply fantasize and then
> > > > proclaim "disprove this!". This is an infantile
> > > > approach. The sooner you realize this the better. But
> > > > I'm not holding my breath... We can speak of a
> > > > Sarmatian migration into Bastarnia in the 1rst c. BC
> > > > as soon as sites proving it are discovered. Until that
> > > > is done, we are not entitled to use this romantic
> > > > fantasy (and that's all it is at the moment)as part
> > > > and parcel of a serious scientific argumentation. Do
> > > > you understand what I'm saying? Strain the little grey
> > > > cells a little.
> >(GK)I thought that
> > you were arguing that your Odinist contingent initially settled
> > the Bastarnae, not among the proto-Vandals.
>(TP) I assume they first settled among the Bastarnae; that would
> with what Tacitus says.*****GK: It does NOT match with what Tacitus says. Tacitus knows
> whole Przeworsk area including Oksywie,*****GK: As Piotr pointed out, Oksywie was not Przeworsk.*****
> suddenly receiving an influx of a wealthy upper crust, and a lot ofGiven
> people ending up in graveyards at approximately the same time.
> the geography, I would assume the former took place before thephenomenon.
> latter, but basically it could be interpreted as the same
> that you are asking me to provide proof that the rich graves of the*****GK: If you contend that the Odin people first settled among the
> Przeworsk culture contain specifically Sarmatian stuff. That's is a
> missing link, true. I'll get around to it.