From: Patrick Ryan
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rick McCallister" <gabaroo6958@...>
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2008 4:14 PM
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: [tied] Economic analysis of Indian History:
meaning of Aryan
> That would require a knowledge of Egyptian-Arab
> relations at that time. Were the ancient Arabs in the
> Egyptian sphere of influence? Do we know enough to
> even say? What did the Egyptians call the Arabs?
> --- "fournet.arnaud" <fournet.arnaud@...>
> > But there are people whose name is NOT central:
> > Shawnee "southerners"
> > Japanese "easterners"
> > Choson (Korea) "morning calm" i.e. "the cool
> > easterners"
> > Maghreb al aqsa (Morocco) "the far west"
> > Shariqah (Sharjah) "east"
> > Norway "North Way"
> > ============
> > These examples fit in a situation where
> > these people were involved in a more general culture
> > where they received their name in reference
> > to an outside source.
> > I can see no reason why Arabs
> > were involved in Egyptian culture.
> > And therefore were named like that
> > because they sided east to Egyptians
> > It doesn't make sense.
> > Arnaud
> > ========================
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