Could the Sintashta cultural site be Aryans
Mesopotamia within today's state borders Mesopotamia or Mesopotamia (Kurdish / Turkish Mezopotamya) describes the cultural landscape in the Middle East, which is shaped by the large river systems of the Euphrates and Tigris.
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