Germanic Origins in Maps, circa 721 BC to 1066 AD

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These maps are by no means complete, neither can they be. However they generally represent the origins of what are later known as the Germanic tribes, and how and when they moved across Europe into their modern homelands.

The initial Assyrian captivity:

The spread into Anatolia

The spread into Persia

Scythians of the Steppe

Galatae, or Galatians, and Kimmeroi, or Cimmerians

The Kelts, or Celts

Scythians in Europe

The Germans, as the "authentic" Galatae (Scythians) were later called by the Romans

All images thanks to TDog from the Radio Aryan chat. I apologize for the delay, they should have been posted here perhaps two years ago.