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Many scholars, such as Johanna Nichols hold that the Durdzuks were descended from extremely ancient migrations from the Fertile Crescent to the Caucasus, perhaps due to population or political pressures back in the Fertile Crescent.
Others who believe the so-called “Urartian version”, such as George Anchabadze and Amjad Jaimoukha, still hold that those original migrants contributed to both the genetic and cultural traits of the modern Ingush and Chechens, but that the primary ancestors were Nakh-speaking migrants from what became Northeastern Urartu.
The Koban culture (the Iron Age) was the most advanced culture in Chechnya before recorded history, and also the most well-known. 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.
The remains include dwellings, cobble bridges, altars, iron objects, bones, and clay and stone objects. Grains that were grown included wheat, rye and barley.
The history of Chechnya may refer to the history of the Chechens, of their land Chechnya, or of the land of Ichkeria.Towns were discovered in the area that is now Chechnya as early as 8000 BCE. Horseback riding came around 3000 BCE, probably having diffused from contact with Indo-European-speaking tribes to the North.Pottery, too, came around the same time, and so did stone weaponry, stone utensils, stone jewelry items, etc. Towns found in this period, interestingly, are often not found as ruins, but rather on the outskirts of (or even inside) modern towns in both Chechnya and Ingushetia, suggesting much continuity.The first known settlement of what is now Chechnya is thought to have occurred around 12500 BCE, in mountain-cave settlements, whose inhabitants used basic tools, fire, and animal hides.Traces of human settlement go back to 40000 BCE with cave paintings and artifacts around Lake Kezanoi.