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Other pre-Slavic Indo-European peoples, including Dacians (if distinct from Thracians), Celts, Goths, Romans, Ancient Greeks, Sarmatians, Paeonians and Illyrians also settled into the later Bulgarian land.The Thracian language has been described as a southern Baltic language.Most scholars accept that they began large-scale settling of the Balkans in the 580s based on the statement of the 6th century historian Menander speaking of 100,000 Slavs in Thrace and consecutive attacks of Greece in 582.They continued coming to the Balkans in many waves, but also leaving, most notably Justinian II (685-695) settled as many as 30,000 Slavs from Thrace in Asia Minor.However during 1970-s the Thracology was especially supported by the communist regime, as an attempt to underline the Thracian influence into the Bulgarian ethnogenesis.After the fall of Communism, the spiritualized image of the Thracians began to fade.During the Early Byzantine Era, the Roman provincials in Scythia Minor and Moesia Secunda were already engaged in economic and social exchange with the 'barbarians' north of the Danube.
The Bulgars are first mentioned in the 4th century in the vicinity of the North Caucasian steppe.The fierce debates started in the 19th century and the questionable proportions of the presumed Thracian, Bulgar, and Slavic ancestry, have depended on the geopolitical situation of the country and on ideological and political predilections.These suppoused proprtions have been changed several times during the 20th century, emphasizing usually the Slavic part of Bulgarian ancestry, related to the traditionally strong Russophilia in the country.Scholars often suggest that the ultimate origins of the Bulgars can be traced to the Central Asian nomadic confederations, In the 670s, some Bulgar tribes, the Danube Bulgars led by Asparukh and the Macedonian Bulgars, led by Kouber, crossed the Danube river and settled in the Balkans with a single migration wave, the former of which Michael the Syrian described as numbering 10,000.Asparukh's Bulgars made a tribal union with the Severians and the "Seven clans", who were re-settled to protect the flanks of the Bulgar settlements in Scythia Minor, as the capital Pliska was built on the site of a former Slavic settlement.
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Since the early 1990-s on, a hypothesis rooted on anti-Turkish sentiment, strengthened by the so called Revival process gained popularity, linking the Bulgars to the Iranian people.