The usual Anti-Iranian Pan-turkist forgers (Zehtabi, Sadiq) following their Pan-turkist mentors in Ankara and Baku have recently claimed that the Hurrians, Urartu, Caspi, Kassi, Gutti, Lullubi, Tapurs, Manana, Amards.. are all Turkish groups! Additionally they also claim other non-related groups like Elamites and Sumerians to also be Turkish. Had they been semi intelligent and a little bit less adventerous when it comes to falsification of historical facts, they would have noticed that the foundation of their

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From:


Diakonoff, I.M., & Starostin, S.A., "Hurro
-
Urartian as an Eastern


Caucasian Language," Munchener Studien zur Sprachwissenschaft,
Beiheft

و
12, 1986 (103 pages).



"In our preceding publications we had already noted the probability

of Hurro
-
Urarti
an belonging to the North Caucasian linguistic phylum.

This hypothesis can now be verified." ... "with the help of their

(i.e. Diakonoff and Starostin) files it is now possible to etymologize

nearly 40 percent of the Urartian and about 30 percent of the Hu
rrian

words which have been more or less reliably interpreted. It appears
that

Hurro
-
Urartian fits into North Eastern Caucasian as one of its
(i.e.

North Eastern Caucasian
-
S.R.T.) branches."


In this book, Starostin and Diakonoff find about 100 lexical
cognates,
many of them "fundamental" items that are rarely borrowed, and many
correspondences in grammatical affixes. They propose that the H
-
U
family is a branch of the NE Caucasian family coequal with the others,
though perhaps closer to Nakh.




The usu
al Anti
-
Iranian Pan
-
turkist forgers (Zehtabi, Sadiq) following their Pan
-
turkist
mentors in Ankara and Baku have recently claimed that the Hurrians, Urartu, Caspi,
Kassi,

Gutti, Lullubi, Tapurs, Mana
na, Amards.. are all Turkish groups! Additionally
the
y also claim other non
-
related groups like Elamites and Sumerians to also be Turkish.
Had they been semi intelligent and a little bit less adventerous when it comes to
falsification of historical facts, they would have noticed that the foundation of their

theory has no basis. Simply these groups of languages Hurrian, Sumerian and Elamite
are unrelated and categorized in different groups. In the case of Elamite and Sumerian,
they belong to isolate language groups. Hurro
-
Urartian belongs to the North East

Caucasian group. So to claim all three languages as Turkish is in itself a fallacy because
these three languages are not even related to each other!


With the exception of a good amount of texts in Urartu and small amount of Hurrian
writing from graves a
nd other archeological finds, there is absolutely no remnants left
from the Caspi, Kassi,

Gutti, Lulubi, Mana
na, Amards. Some scholars categorize some
of these groups like the Manna, Lullubi and Gutti as Hurrian Clans and sub
-
groups. For
example in the

above mentioned refrence what
little we know of the language of the
Gutis, according to palaeo
-
linguist Diakonoff, is that it is a Hurrian dialect similar, for
example, to Urartian.
Diakonoff mentions the Gutti as a Hurrian sub
-
group who were
also relate
d to the Manna and Lullubi.


Looking at the geographical places of these groups, the Gutti were settled mainly in
modern Kurdistan, the Lulubi were settled mainly in modern Lorestan, the Tapurs were
settled in modern Mazandaran and Gilan, the Hurrians and

Urartu were settled in eastern
Anatolia, the Caspis were settled in central and western Iran and in conclusion none of
these groups with the except of the manna were settled in the Iranian province of
Azarbaijan. Similarly the Sumerians were settled in C
entral and Southern Iraq and the
Elamite main settlement is that of the Iranian province of Khuzestan.


If we take the opinion of most scholars that all of these groups were related to the
Hurrians and Urartu, then none of them are Altaic people. Also th
ere is not even a single
world recognized scholar that claims any affinity between Turko
-
Mongols and the
Hurrians. The Hurro
-
Urartian people spoke a North
-
Eastern Caucasian languages which
is independent of the Altaic branch of languages. For example the

Caucasian languages
like some Indo
-
European languages Kurmanji Kurdish and Avestan are Ergative
languages. The modern speakers of these languages include Chechens, Lezgins, Ingush,
Avars and other Caucasian people. There is absolutely no linkage between

the Altaic and
the three independent Caucasian language groups and that is why all linguistic books
have differentiated between these two separate branches of Human languages. Also
scholars like Diaknoff, Greppin and others have found many interesting sim
ilarities and
common words between Indo
-
European languages of Armenian, Kurdish and Persian on
one hand and Hurrian languages on the other hand. This is specially true in the case of
Armenian. You can find more information that connects the Uratu
-
Hurrian

languages to
the North Eastern Caucasian languages in this section of Azargoshnasp devoted to the
Hurrians. Also there are two articles from recognized and established journals that
demonstrates the affinity between Uratu
-
Hurrian and Armenian.



Refrence
:


Diakonoff: Cambridge History of Iran: Volume 2, The Median and Archaemenian Periods



Diakonoff, I.M., & Starostin, S.A., "Hurro
-
Urartian as an Eastern


Caucasian Language," Munchener Studien zur Sprachwissenschaft,
Beiheft

و
12, 1986 (103 pages).

..(more will be here)