It is not a secret to anyone that Armenians tried to distort history and culture and “create” false history and culture of neighbor countries and they have eminent experience over these issues. Nowadays they utilize passivity of Azerbaijan side and try to falsify Kur-Araz culture, and they claim that Bronze period was spread by Armenians and with this faked data they try to persuade the world. People of Kur-Araz culture period were involved into the various kinds of craftsman work and they created very important cultural species of modern demands. Pottery work was on the first level among the others. Pottery products of Kur-Araz culture were different from others with several indications like a new form, type, preparation technology and etc. After the utilization of the pottery wheel the fertility has increased. Shapes and kinds of this crockery, esthetic value improvement, a pottery wheel brought handicraft to the new flourishing stage. Metallurgy conveyed novelty to the Bronze period. The first dwellings of Bronze period in Azerbaijan indicated various processes of technological development with utilization of stoves, buta, textile, molds which were found there. For instance, in Baba Darvish dwellings there was excavated a stove and investigated. People formed from bronze pearls, bracelets for jewelries, needles, knives and other welfares and weapon types, several ornamentations from gold which were found from tombs in Khachin and Khankendi. After the development of metallurgy there was dwindle in utilization of stone tools in welfare. H.Jafarov wrote: “At Bronze Age, the outlook of the local population and the development of creative thinking have juxtaposed, as these are the most important innovations, the world of the mythical realm of belief in the hereafter, tombstones – burial mounds and other burial ceremony were changed, like laying the things next to dead people, putting several equipments like household equipment, and finally the numerous rock ornamentation images were found there. ” One of the major features that are characteristic to Last Eneolithic and Early Bronze Age is rock carvings, which comprised realistic images. During this period it was the most common to draw deer and lion images. On the stone hill of № 24 in written Gobustan was realistically styled deer silhouette drawn with differentiation of its beauty images in the previous periods. We can say the same words to the Stone of № 59 of Boyukdash‘s upper floor where was described a pair of deer.
These ornamentations were spread to the next millenniums when Turks were in all areas, inside from Europe, Siberia, Altai Qobi plateau and scattered faraway, it was indicated in scientific literature like “Iskit deer stones” in the name of fallen stones, and then continued for centuries in the art of carpet-making and improved Iskit jewelry. Major importance of Gobustan these drawings in terms of science is that these images prove the association and unique roots of Iskit (Turkish) culture with Azerbaijan lands. One of the oldest examples of this culture is in the South of Ziviye tombs and this fact inevitably indicates Iskit art is related to our country. However, this culture of Gobustan images exactly reveals the deeper roots of this art as mounds in Soyuqbulaq. In drawings of the Bronze Age the most attractive moment, more precisely, in 3rd century BC was horsemen. This picture is a proof of not only utilization of the fire, arrow, bow, pants, leather clothing, a potter’s wheel , as well as metallurgy, the wheel and the car was discovered in space for the first time, but also the place of domestication of horses. The indicator of domestication the horses is the archeological discoveries in Alikomektapa in Three heel village of Jalilabad region. The previous notion about domestication which uttered that it was coming from Indian, Europeans, and Persian speaking nations seems nothing else for a long time outdated and ridiculous, according to it Firidun Agasıoglu rightly writes: “There was mentioned about migrating world and tur (Turan) cavaliers in Aveasta. Persian speaking tribes learnt equestrian art from Turkish, it was proven according to the archeological findings. Majority of horse-related words in Persian language were also brought from Turkish language which clarifies the notion upper.” The scientist based this idea on Alisher Navoi’s findings where was indicated the terms of sart tribes, the language of equestrian terminology is justified by saying that this is exactly the right method. Alisher Navoi’s ideas are really very interesting: “Sart tribes call tupuchag, arghumaq, yeke, yabu, tatu and others in Turkish language, these are some species of horses. Their names according to their ages are also in Turkish. Only the one-year old horse has its name-kura. The others- tay, ghonan, dunan, tulan, chırgha, lanqa- are called I Turkish, some do not even these names. Sarts call saddle like “zin”, but mostly they use Turkish words for this equipment. Jibilqir, hana, tokum, yarlıq, ularçaq, ğançuğ, çılbır, quşqun, qantar, tüfək, toqa are also Turkish-rooted words. They say to a whip “toziyone”, sometimes they replace it with Turkish words like boldurgha and chubchurgha “
We can see the same situation in other Persian-language nations like Persian, tajiks, kurds, lors, tats, gilacks and mazandarans’ lexicon. We can also observe the same circumstances in Caucasus nations’ language like, Georgians, vaynakhs (Chechen, inqush), adygh(Abkhaz, kabardyn) and Daghestan nations’ languages’. An equestrian drawing on the Pazyric carpet. Minakhanim Taklali writes in her “Turkish words in Russian language” book. Zoological resplendence of Turkish words about horses affected Russian language. Majority of horse-related words in Russian is related to Turkish roots. Horse names, according to their colo and belonging: arqamak, merin, loshad, loshak,bulanıy, chubarıy, karakovıy, chalıy, kirqiz, karabakh, tarpan, bakhmut, kobıla; the equipments about riding: archak, savrı (saghri), tebenek, terlik, cheprak (all are related to saddle), kanchuk (whip), naqayka (noqay whip), torba (sack), stakanchik (decoration about a horse), khomut, cholka, yal, arkan and etc. There are more than 40 words only in tatar language pertinent to horses” For your information, the author of this book entirely devoted 162-163 pages to this subject, and to justify the idea she used a large number of Russian scientists and linguists books as reference. Take these facts alone, it is clear and irrefutable manner that domestication, equestrian objects, as well as the horse ride art is a discovery of the Turks. It is proven that this culture was transmitted to other nations from Turks.
Ancient Greek and Chinese sources, it is known that the Persians and the ancient Chinese started wearing the pants centuries later, the Turks have learned to take a horse to ride and arrow. For example, according to ancient Chinese annalists, between the years 298 BC-325 there was the ruler of China Lunq Wu who ordered to realize military reforms, such as Turks in Hun soldiers to ride a horse, to take ox and genes to study wear leather pants. Prior to it their horses was used just for joining cars and soldiers had utilized as a weapon, only a sword and a spear. The same sources indicate that the Chinese learnt bronze items through the introduction of the Huns, and bronze was brought to this country from Altay. Ancient writers uttered that wood, metal, a potter’s wheel and others were brought from Turks, more precisely, that would have been discovered by Iskits, armenians and persians learnt their culture from the fathers pf Azerbaijan turks – midians. They obtained the art of wearing trousers, to ride and shoot an arrow. Strabo’s words convey great importance according to this issue: “Midiyans were the founders of the culture and traditions of Persians, prior to it Armenians. Persian enthusiasm to the axis shooting, horse riding, challenges and clothing, serve to kings stems from midiyans. Tiara, kitara, xiton sleeve, wool cap and pants were transmitted from midiyans to Persians. This is natural. Midiya was too cold and such garments were more comfortable for wearing in there. ” Baheddin OGEL wrote in “Great Hun Empire” book: We should stand on the “China Apparel reform” written by the famous Chinese scholar Wang Kuoveinin . Acquired a wide knowledge of the source this amazing scientist wrote an article named “Huns clothing research” .We are not able to give you all of this research. However, the results support this point: the Chinese brought hun clothes without changing the even parts of clothing… These foreign words are changed somehow and are used in China now. The traces of these clothing reforms have lived in China for a long time. What new did these “Clothes reforms” bring to China? Hun clothes wearing traditions did not stay in the borders of Chas state. This habit was slowly spreading among the soldiers, and transmitted through centuries. Chinese substituted their long dresses with short jackets having belt. There was another tradition spreading among people-pants for the horse riders. Chinese put away their heavy cavalry units and replaced it with light moving Huns groups and this change was very useful. Besides, the Chinese wore shoes in the past, but they begun to put on Huns boots. Furthermore, the Huns jewelry, metal shaped weapons and objects and other objects were come from Hun and spread in China. ” In the world of science, the culture which is called “China mummies” conveys eminent importance toward our subject. The remnants of 2 meters of the European race, the people who were involved in working with horse riding, arrow-summer, users of bronze and iron, metals, people who wore pants were familiar with bronze and horse before Chinese and it is supposed that they taught Chinese people this art in ll millennium BC. According to Agasıoglu Firidun this ancient people’s clothes were from Caucasian origin. The importance of this fact is very significant. European scholars of the ancient culture were surprised after learning these mummies’ origin relation with European race and they took samples of their genes and compared them with Chinese .After investigations it was revealed that they are not from Indo-European origin. Then their genes were juxtaposed with mummy samples which were found from Paziriq barrow and maintained in Hermitage museum. After comparative analysis they found out that both of these genes are from the same origins. Genetic studies further showed that the “Chinese mumies”, as well as creators of culture of Paziriq are turks and belong to the European race Caspian (Oguz) part. In other words, turks found in China tombs in China (II millennium BC) and the Altai (V-IV centuries BC) were not aborigines, they had different anthropological traits pertinent to European race, and they came from West. Turkologist scientist Asker Afzalladin’s writings are interesting to our subject. “Arrow expressed religious, political, and symbolic meaning in ancient Turkish thinking. Such an important meaning comes from its utilization like work tool and most of all its military funtctions. Arrow and bow was the mostly used weapons by hun turks and goyturks. Turks used in this type of weapon with great skill. In the 2nd century BC one of Chinese sources was said: “Huns’s courage in bow and arrow is very high. They have experience and confident, each thrown should find the target.” Again, in the same period a Chinese article says: “Even though huns are riding horses they can easily find their targets and directly aim it”
Turkish, Arabic and Persian sources give us more information about bow stretching skills. This innate ability was stated carefully by Cahiz Basrali:If a hundred Turkish cavalry stretch the bow and throw arrows they can kill 100 people at the same time, there will not be anyone alive in the troop. Neither foreign nor even the desert person can not throw the arrow on the horse. Turkish, in a similar way can aim to the wild animals and birds as well as both men and motionless figure He can make his horses back, left – right, up, down and threw arrows to enemies. Turk throw nine arrows while the foreigner throw just one.