The Avars were a confederation of heterogeneous (diverse or varied) people consisting of Rouran, Hephthalites, and Turkic-Oghuric races who migrated to the region of the Pontic Grass Steppe (an area corresponding to modern-day Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan) from Central Asia after the fall of the Asiatic Rouran Empire in 552 CE.
They are considered by many historians to be the successors of the Huns in their way of life and, especially, mounted warfare.
The BCE/CE system is the dating system for the scientific community, joining the metric system as a standard that peoples of all nations and faiths can accept.
This dating system is also the most widely used system outside of the scientific community.
If using BC and AD to designate calendrical dates is the central identifier of a person as a Christian, then that person has bigger problems than an insistence upon a calendar.
And, as has been demonstrated above, because the AD/BC system is not actually based upon the birth of Jesus, but is rather off by approximately 7 years, there is no concern from non-Christian peoples to be suspicious of being surreptitiously forced into adopting a dating system based upon the life of is time for Christians to let go of the inaccurate, and to many, offensive BC and AD calendar labels and adopt the BCE/CE system.
This claim seems the most likely but is not accepted by all scholars.
The Ju-Juan tribe of Mongolia allied themselves with the White Huns against the people known as the Toba (who were Turkish) in numerous engagements and established themselves as an empire in the Mongolian region c.394 CE.
a.co/f Kzajdp pic.twitter.com/2a U1RQTNti Article discusses how #Frankenstein is still so relevant.
Also mentions Frankenstein in Baghdad by @salaawi_a “with a monster made of body parts from bomb casualties who finds that his quest for revenge might be perpetual.” I’m intrigued. We talked in class about whether there is a “teen culture” currently. This is my partner’s drawing of my superpower- understanding what kids mean when they are not clear. (As is the cape) pic.twitter.com/i Bo9Gc8h86 We watched the Freakonimics segment on paying kids for grades.