Earth is the aim 6 : Exoduses and survivors ; Part 2: The peoples of the sea ; Chapter 4 : Venetians

Earth is the aim 6 : Exoduses and survivors

Part 2: The peoples of the sea

Chapter 4 : Venetians

Venetians , from the Thar Valley to Venice

Venetians are an Atlantean tribe of Thar Valley

After Yi nuclear wars towards the end of the 3rd millennium BC and early 2nd millennium BC, they will accompany Scythians and Thracians to Poland

There they help Thracians to drive out Magyars, see Part 1 of this book

Some of them, the Wendishes, will remain

Others will leave to Anatolia, from Troy up to Paphlagonia

Some of them, the énètes, will remain

The others will be part of the peoples of the sea and go to Veneto, following Illyrians

There they founded later the city of Venice and Padua

Venetians from Poland

Germans called “Venetian” or “Vénède” a Slavish Central European population , the Wendishes

Venetians were present everywhere in Central Europe with different variations of their name before being assimilated by other conquering peoples

The writers of antiquity, Herodotus Tacitus, confirm that the Venetians live east of Germany

The Venetian from Veneto

The home of the Venetian is the Veneto at North East of Italy

They spoke an Indo-European language : the Venetian

Virgil considers Venetians as being Liburnians

The Liburnians occupied the northwest of Illyria

So they annexed the north of their original territory and push the Euganeans inland

But they still absorbed a large part of indigenous peoples already installed north of the Adriatic Sea

Trojan

The Roman historian Livy says that the Trojan leader Antenor, with many Paphlagonian, expelled from their homeland by a revolution, have migrated to the northern end of the Adriatic coast

Trojans survivors who lost their city, then became Venetians

Antenor

In Greek mythology, Antenor is a Trojan prince, the husband of Theano and brother of Priam

Antenor was accused of betraying his country, because he received at his home the ambassadors came to claim Helena, and having recognized the king of Troy disguised Odysseus, he does not alerted his fellow citizens

Dares the Phrygian and Dictys of Crete, have written the history of Antenor

They described his role in the Trojan War, he was one of the princes

Enemy of Priam, he preferred to protect his person and his property and betrayed his city by allowing the introduction of the fatal horse

When the city falls down, he offer Polyxena to the Greeks and then was exiled with twelve thousand Trojans

He sailed with his people and came to Italy to the Veneto coast

Livy writes:

“After the capture of Troy, all its inhabitants were victims of abuse, except Aeneas and Antenor. This could be explained by the hospitality rules and because these two Trojans had always defended the idea of ​​sending Helena home to restore peace.

This is why the Achaeans refrained from any abuse towards them , as normally authorized by the laws of war. After that, Antenor lived various adventures.

Many had followed énètes: driven from Paphlagonia by a revolution, they were looking for a new home, a chef too, as Pylémène, their general, died in Troy. And they arrived at the bottom of the Adriatic.

After chasing the Euganeans established between the sea and the Alps, trojans vénètians occupied the territory. Where they landed is called Troy. Therefore people of the coast were called Trojan and the name of Venetian was for all peoples in the territory ”

According to the Chronicle of Marco, 13th century, Trojans, fleeing their homeland, came to a cluster of islands of wetlands

They chose this unwelcoming place as it offered an excellent defensive position

With the arrival of many other survivors trojans, a city springs from the marsh

Upon his arrival, Antenor, who had wandered for five long years before arriving in Venice, was elected king and the town took the name of Antenoride

As the influx of population was continuing, Trojans swarmed throughout Antenoride , and guided by Antenor, they founded many cities

Venetians of Morbihan

South Brittany was inhabited by Venetians since the 2nd millennium BC

It’s Venetians of Italy, who have installed this new commercial basis around the Gulf of Morbihan

Their capital was probably Locmariaquer until 1st century BC and their language Venetian or Gwened

Venetians had a great maritime and trading power, they were governed by a senate and had a large fleet to trade with the British Isles and Italy

They were broadcasting wine , shipped from their counters of Bordeaux, but also gold, tin, lead and copper, from the British Isles

They were also trading cured meats and Armorican and other food products

They were also major salt producers, produces with high-value and highly sought

In Southern Brittany, a tribe of Venetians, the Namnètes occupied the Loire estuary

They gave their name to the city of Nantes

Venetians of Morbihan founded Vannes, Nantes, Tours and Bordeaux

Venetians: traders and warriors

Venetians were sometimes allied with other peoples armoricains But they were in competition with Pictones in the south for the control of the mouth of the Loire, led for routes to Southern Europe and with peoples Armoricans at the North for Britain sea imports

Their power was due to the control of trade in gold, tin, copper

Their maritime and military domination gave them a monopole on international sea trade

It will also create their many enemies, including Pictones

Caesar and the Venetians

Julius Caesar tells in:

Comments on the Gallic War, III, 8

“With their considerable navy, well recognized nautical superiority and their trade relations with the island of Britain, the Venetian had become a very powerful people, whose authority extended far along the entire coast of Gaul and Britain Islands.

They had number of ports on this open and stormy sea at great distances from each other and made dependent almost everybody and forced them to stop in their controlled routes . ”

Pictones installed between the Garonne and the Loire, associated with Santons, enemies of the Venetians, have allied to Caesar

And this from his first campaign

They built the Roman ships which have allowed the defeat of the Venetians

During the 1st century BC, the Romans gave a new capital city to the Venetians : Darioritum, now known as Vannes

Battle of Vannes

In 56 BC, Crassus sends Quintus Publius Velanius and Titus Sillius to Venetians in order to harvest their tributes

Venetians refuse to pay and take as hostage the taxes harvesters

Esuviens and Coriosolites do the same

Caesar then ordered Crassus to build triremes ship on the Loire with the help of Pictones and Santons

Venetians then fortify their towns, gather supplies and become allied according to Caesar, with many other peoples armoricains:

Osismiies, Lexoviies, Namnètes, Ambilatres, Morinies, Aulercies, Diablintes, Menapiies and some other Armoricans peoples

Caesar sends his generals at various strategic points to prevent Venetians allies to come and strength the Venetian army

But Caesar’s attacks did not work

Venetians take advantage of tides and fleeing by sea when danger threatens

A decisive naval battle is the only way to defeat the Venetian

Decimus Junius Brutus Albinus will command the Roman fleet in the naval battle of the summer 56, in the bay of Quiberon, between the islands of Houat, Hoëdic, the island Dumet, Sarzeau and the entrance to the Gulf

Sailing vessels of Venetians easily playwith heavy Roman trimeres

Romans therefore hide their ships behind the small hill that overlooks the actual port of Le Crouesty

They build a small invisible wall from the sea, on the little island of Méaban, which still exist today, and some Romans will stand guard with a large stake

When the Venetian are in the bay and when the wind falls, the Roman guards lit the fire, signal to attack with the trimeres

Maritime superiority of Venetian being due to sail boats was canceled as no wind and allow the Roman galleys to capture and burn Venetian boats

Romans use large sickles-fitted and crows, to cut the cords

Mats and sails falls, and from the 220 Venetians ships, none escaped

Once their fleet destroyed, Venetians had to surrender

Caesar let kill all members of the Venetian Senate

Part of the population was enslaved

It is rumored that by the sale of many Venetians slaves Caesar enabled him to amass a nice personal fortune

The remaining population subject could keep the name and territory of Venetians

Southern territories of the Loire were given to Pictones for thanks

On the trail of Venetians

History of the spread of arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia (ARVD) across Europe

By

  1. L. Hebert, Y. and N. HEBERT LECARPENTIER

Laboratory of Cardiovascular and Respiratory Functional Explorations

Bicetre Hospital and University Paris 11,

Le Kremlin-Bicetre, PARIS

General journals – Rhythm

Excerpts:

Four homonyms people left their names across the Western world since ancient Bronze Age: the henetes of Asia Minor, the Venetian of Adriatic, the Venetian of Armorique and Wendish of Central Europe.

Venetians are Indo-European peoples who migrated by land and sea from the Black Sea to the plains of central and northern Europe, as well as to the bottom of the Adriatic and the Armorican world

Opening of new trade routes on the roads of metals has driven their migrations.

They are not mixed with Celtic populations during their migration and are often found in situations of genetic isolation.

The arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia (ARVD) is a disease

rare in global development, generating sudden death during exercise,

by arrhythmias of right ventricular origin, especially for the

young subject.

The ARVD is a dominant autosomal genetic usually identified in 50% of cases with impaired cardiac desmosomes proteins.

The inbreeding situations led to its development.

The current preferential areas of geographical distribution

of ARVD in Europe cover quite faithfully those where Venetians

have permanently implanted, making them a potential vector to

spread this disease in Europe, except for the variant

Naxos which is recessive remained localized at the Aegean world.

Read the full article in french:

http://www.realites-cardiologiques.com/sur-la-trace-des-venetes-histoire-de-la-diffusion-de-la-dysplasie-ventriculaire-droite-arythmogene-dvda-a-travers-leurope/

Genetics helps us archeology

Cornish Venetians

The British Isles are home of the major sites of ancient mines

To control the trade, you need a commercial basis

Cornwall is exactly the best place to implement it

Venetians will therefore conquest after Veneto and Morbihan, the Cornwalls

According to the legend reported by Geoffrey of Monmouth in his Historia Regum Britanniae, Cornwall take their name from Corineus, trojan warrior of the army of Brutus Britain

 

Corineus

After the Trojan War, Corineus was exiled with many Trojan warriors

Corynaeus or Corineus, is the companion of Aeneas in the Aeneid

He allies himself with Brutus, warrior and Giant Killer, grand-son of Aeneas

Corineus join Brutus and Antenor

In Aquitaine, they faced Goffarius Pictus, king of Poitevins

Corineus , Brutus triumph over the Gauls and go to Albion, their ships loaded with booty

Having slain the giants who inhabited the land, they build houses and cultivate the land

Brutus founded the kingdom of Britain and gives it its name

The new inhabitants are called “Bretons” and speak the Breton language

Corineus will found the “Corinée”, that is to say, Cornwall

Corineus is the first Duke of Cornwall

Brutus of Britain

Brutus of Britain, Brutus of Troy, Bryttys in Welsh , Brut in French, or Brutus the Trojan, is the first legendary king of Bretons

Geoffrey of Monmouth tells his epic, in Latin, in the Historia Regum Britanniae in 1135

It would be inspired by the Historia Brittonum, a compilation of Nennius, written between 796 and 826, from oral legends that date back to around the year 600

Brutus would have lived around 1100 BC and his reign lasted 23 years

Historia Regum Britanniae

After the Trojan War, Aeneas arrives in Italy with his son Ascanio and became the king of the realm of Oscan

Ascanio, father of Brutus, loses his wife whith the delivery of his son

He give the name of Brutus to his son , which means brutal, because he was considered responsible for the death of his mother

After that , the young Brutus, accidentally kills his father with an arrow

Expelled from Italy for his crime, he goes to Greece where he met descendants of Priam Trojans, enslaved by Pandrasus

He becomes their leader and took refuge in the forest

He asked the king of Pandrasus feeedom for them

The king refuses and decides to quell the revolt

The Greek army is then massacred by Brutus

The king Pandrasus is captured

In exchange for his life, he gives his daughter Innogen Brutus, money to those who want to leave and a third of the kingdom for those who want to stay

Brutus and part of the Trojans decide to leave

After two days of navigation, they approach the island of Loegetianote deserted but full of game, and on which they can gather at the temple of Diana

Brutus offer sacrifices to the goddess who shows him in a dream, an island beyond Gaul, where he and his companions will find a new Troy

They resume the sea and after a long trip, they land in Mauritania where they plunder

Full of water and food, boats came back through the Pillars of Hercules and then go in the Tyrrhenian Sea

They meet the Trojans of Corineus and make alliance with them

A new journey brings them in Aquitaine and in the estuary of the Loire

War breaks out against the king of poitevins Goffarius Pictus

His army is decimated by Brutus

Goffarus will seek help from the twelve kings of Gaul, which considering they are far superior in number, agree to attack the army of Brutus

Meanwhile, Trojans devastate and plunder Aquitaine

Brutus founded a city, where he set up his camp, waiting for the battle

The Gauls, thirty times more in number force their enemies to retreat to their camp

The next day, Brutus attacked the Gauls who are taken aback by the army of Corineus, who had quietly left the camp

A nephew of Brutus, named Turnus, died after killing six hundred men

He gave his name to the city of Tours

Trojans win the battle and then back to the sea, ships loaded with booty

They finally arrive in the island that Diane has promised them

The island is called Albion

It is rich and fertile, but populated by giants

Brutus and Corineus exterminate them

Brutus gives its name to the island, the new inhabitants are called “Bretons” and speak the Breton language

Corineus names his province “Corinée”, that is to say, Cornwall

Brutus founded a new city on the Thames, a new Trojan that would later take the name of Trinovantumnote at the site of the present City of London

He establishes a law code for his people

From Innogen his wife, he had three son

At his death, the kingdom of the island of Britain is divided between the three son:

Locrinus inherits the center of the island and gives it its name: the Loegrie

Kamber moved to the West and called his country Cumbria, the

Wales

Albanactus goes to Northern and called his country Albania and creates: Scotland

After the defeat of the barbarians who had invaded Albania, the kingdom is reunited under the sovereignty of Locrinus

Corineus must threaten death to Locrinus who refuse to marry Guendoloena his daughter, as promised

At the death of his father, Locrinus repudiated Guendoloena in favor of his mistress , Estrildis

Guendoloena is then forced to take refuge in Cornwall

She raises an army and attack the troops of her former husband

The decisive battle took place near the River Stour and Locrinus is killed

Victorious, Guendoloena becomes the queen of the kingdom

She orders Estrildis and her son Habren to be drowned in a river now named Severn

She rules for 15 years and gives the kingdom to his son Maddan, and retires in Cornwall

 

The Odyssey

The legend of Homer’s Odyssey, is an historical evidence

PILLOT Gilbert is the author of:

The secret code of the Odyssey; The Greeks in the Atlantic

I recommend to read it

That’s probably because he lives in Carthage, in front of the Mediterranean sea of Greeks, that Gilbert Pillot was pushed to question after many others, the Odyssey. Leaning over the Homeric text, from island to island following the road of Ulysses, carefully noting the wind direction, the number of sailing days and the position of the constellations, it has come to draw a route that leads the good hero far beyond the accepted limits …

Ulysses crossed the Pillars of Hercules, touches the Moroccan coast, the Canary Islands and Madeira, then head north, reached Ireland, Scotland and Iceland. He came especially to wonder whether the Odyssey, under the appearance of a wonderful poem, will contain the keys to the secret route leading to these lands rich in gold and tin …

Story of a quest and investigation, this book reads with passion:

For the first time, the Odysseus book give his secret.

Editions Robert Laffont

Collection: Enigmas of the universe

1969

Venetian Mines

We can now realize the importance of mining territories of Venetians:

It includes Cornwall, the Isle of Anglesey, the Isle of Man, Ireland, Scotland and all Scottish islands

Likely due to their navigation technics, Venetian also explored the Faroe Islands and Iceland

But the results of mineral exploration research has not brought sufficiently profitable results to justify the cost of the trip

Especially since mine production was sufficiently good in the British Isles and Ireland

That is why their incursions to the Faroe and Iceland have left no trace

In his “Shetland’s Mining History”:

http://www.shetlandtimes.co.uk/2009/06/23/shetlands-mining-history

Tim Senften writes:

South of Cunningsburgh the Catpund career is an old soapstone quarry

This career can be dated to the Roman era, but has certainly been used since before 1500 BC, considering the dating of objects found on the site

Many other forgotten mines waiting to be searched:

Garthsness (copper / iron); Fladdabister (copper); Levenwick (iron); Fair Isle (copper); Fetlar Quarry (chromite); Hillswick (soapstone) Cunningsburgh (iron / copper); Fitful Head (iron) and Clothister (iron)

The Venetians: traders-warriors-industrials

Merchants, yes, because they trade with all the mediterranean basin

Warriors, yes, because they have conquered by force all their territories and they remain with their military force and their marine

Industrials, yes, because they know where to find metal mines and extract the minerals

They know how to melt the ingots at the required temperature at the exact temperature, for copper or alloys

Venetian show their very high degree of technology between the 3rd and 1st millennium BC

This level of technology will be achieved by Europe only after the 1st millennium AD

Brochs

Dun_Carloway_Broch

Dun Carloway Broch, on the west coast of the Isle of Lewis

Photo Wikipedia CC: Morris R. Maciver

A broch is a round tower and hollow, spread over two floors of up to over fifteen meters above the ground

It is generally protected by a double enclosure

These are military fortifications protecting a warehouse

This is a summary export counter for use by Venetians

That’s where they were storing the metal ingots and other products

They also had a defensive military force there

Brochs generally have only a single entry

Access is usually large enough , closed with wooden doors and generally oriented East

The access corridor has small alcoves arranged on either side of the hallway

Brochs demonstrate the architectural and engineering mastery of their builders

They were built on the principle of double walls:

Two parallel walls built with a hollow space between them, connected by stone slabs

This method allows to reach greater heights with solid walls

Many of them also have an underground chamber, accessed by a stone staircase

This was probably the warehouse for fresh produce, because as we have seen, they also exported food products

The homogeneity of their structures, despite their geographical distribution scattered throughout the British Islands, confirm that they are the work of the same civilization and the same use

They were first dated to the 1st century BC

This dating become olderer when items have been discovered , up to the

3rd and then 5th and then 6th century BC and finally around – 1600 BC

They are found on located Venetian mines

There are at least 700 brochs across Scotland, including at least 50 in Orkney

The actual number of brochs is probably much higher because there are many unexcavated mounds

Nuraghe

The nuraghes of Sardinia are dated from the 17th to 14th century BC

They are composed of a truncated conical tower which houses inside one or more superposed rooms covered by a false ceiling

They are protected by the external walls, sometimes filled towers, to provide a forward defense line

Archaeologists are now in agreement that the nuraghes were civilian and military building, for the storage of food and their protection

It looks like to Scottish broths …

We will also in the next chapters show the links between Venetians and Sardinians, both Sea Peoples

Venetians

There are brochs in Scotland

There are nuraghes in Sardinia

In fact, apart from the name, there is no difference beetween them, otherwise the local nature of building materials

Use and strategic locations are also similar

Sea peoples are allies and more or less related

They are warriors-traders from Anatolia, which will constitute a big maritime trade network

Venetians are a major ethnic group of them

Cornwall

When it was told to an archaeologist that Cornwall has been founded by the Trojans, he replied that it was implausible

It has of course the right of his opinion

But archaeologist opinion, it is a premise!

Everyone would have at least researched and audits

Legends, ancient literature up to the middle age, archaeological discoveries and even genetics, prove the validity of legends

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