Caucasian War Chechnya and the Caucasus region Chechnya is an area in the Northern Caucasus which has constantly fought against foreign rule, including the Ottoman Turks in the 15th century. To secure communications with Georgia and other regions of the Transcaucasiathe Russian Empire began spreading its influence into the Caucasus region, starting the Caucasus War in Russian forces first moved into highland Chechnya inand the conflict in the area lasted untilwhen a ,strong army under General Baryatinsky broke down the highlanders' resistance.
Traces of human settlement go back to BCE with cave paintings and artifacts around Lake Kezanoi.
This colonization is thought by many including E. Veidenbaum, who cites similarities with later structures to propose continuity  to represent the whole Eastern Caucasian language family, though this is not universally agreed upon. Johanna Nichols has suggested that the ancestors of Eastern Caucasians had been involved in the birth of civilization in the Fertile Crescent.
Definitely, at the time the proto-language split, the people had all these concepts very early on. Pottery, too, came around the same time, and so did stone weaponry, stone utensils, stone jewelry items, etc. This period was known as the Kura-Arax culture. The economy was primarily built around cattle and farming.
This period is referred to as the Kayakent culture, or Chechnya during the Copper Age. Towns found in this period are often not found as ruins, but rather on the outskirts of or even inside modern towns in both Chechnya and Ingushetiasuggesting much continuity.
There is bone evidence suggesting that raising of small sheep and goats occurred. Agriculture was highly developed, as evidenced by the presence of copper flint blades with wooden or bone handles. Clay jugs and stone grain containers indicate a high level of development of trade and culture.
There was a lack of pig bones, demonstrating that the domestication of pigs hadn't yet spread into the region. Bronze artifacts dating back to the 19th century BCE in modern-day Chechnya largely correspond with those of Hurria at the time, suggesting a cultural affinity.
Koban culture The Koban culture the Iron Age was the most advanced culture in Chechnya before recorded history, and also the most well-known. It first appeared between and BCE.
The most well-studied site was on the outskirts of Serzhen-Yurt, which was a major center from around the eleventh to the seventh centuries BCE. There were sickles and stone grain grinders.
Grains that were grown included wheat, rye and barley. Cattle, sheep, goats, donkeys, pigs and horses were kept.
There is evidence of an advanced stage of metallurgy. There was differentiation of professionals organized within clans. However, many others disagree, holding the Chechens to have lived in their present-day lands for over years.
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Vainakh origin hypotheses Migration from the Fertile Crescent c. Various interpretations on the relationship with Urartu and Urartians; Hurrians[ edit ] It is widely held by various authors that Nakh nations had a close connection of some sort to the Hurrian and Urartian civilizations in modern-day Armenia and Kurdistanlargely due to linguistic similarities Nakh shares the most roots with known Hurrian and Urartian — either that the Nakhs were descended from Hurrian tribes, that they were Hurrians who fled north, or that they were closely related and possibly included at points in the state.
According to ethnic Circassian Caucasus specialist Amjad Jaimoukha, at least "It is certain that the Nakh constituted an important component of the Hurrian-Urartian tribes in the Trans-Caucasus and played a role in the development of their influential cultures.
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