Cappadocian – Persian word for the former kindom of Hatti
Sagartians - There are no people called Sagartians in Darius's list. Herodotus is not much help, he says - The Sagartians, Sarangians, Thamanaeans, Utians, and Mycians, together with the inhabitants of the islands in the Erythraean sea (the Red Sea), where the king sends those whom he banishes, furnished altogether a tribute of six hundred talents. This was the fourteenth satrapy. Herodotus goes on to say - the wandering tribe known by the name of Sagartians - a people Persian in language, and in dress half Persian, half Pactyan, who furnished to the army as many as eight thousand horse.
Egypt – Those who are beside the Sea (normally titled Ethiopians). It is commonly assumed that this is the depiction of those people - perhaps correctly. Since no Sea is specified, it could be North Africa (the Mediterranean Sea), Eastern Africa (the Red Sea), Canaan (the eastern end of the Mediterranean), or even the Colchis who inhabited the eastern end of the (Black Sea), south of the Caucasus Mountains. Of course this all assumes that the translation is correct, and that the word "Egypt" is part of the “Those who are beside the Sea” sentence.
Aria – An area of west central Afghanistan
Drangiana – A persian people – Area comprised part of Afghanistan, Pakistan and Eastern Iran.
Bactria - A country between the range of the Hindu Kush and the Amu Darya; its capital Bactra was located in what is now Afghanistan.
Sogdia - Is north of Bactria
Gandhara - Northern Pakistan, parts of northern Punjab and Kashmir and Eastern Afghanistan.
Scythia - An area in Eurasia whose location and extent varied over time. Scythians at various times inhabited: the Caucasus area, including Azerbaijan, Georgia - The central Asian steppes: Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan.
Arachosia - Southern part of Afghanistan and parts of Pakistan and India.
Maka or Saka - People of Arian stock who lived in what is now Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and parts of Iran, Ukraine, and Altay Mountains and Siberia in Russia. They are considered to be a branch of Scythians by most scholars. Saka is the usual Persian term, while Scythian is a Greek term.
There are no people called Cilicians in Darius's list. Cilicia was an area of south-central Anatolia (Turkey), and was part of the Persian Empire.
SKudrians - There are no people called SKudrians in Darius's list. however there are Chorasmians – An area in modern Uzbekistan. The headgear suggests it might be a match.
There are no people called Libyans in Darius's list and this man does not look like a Berber. However Sattagydia (north-west Pakistan, the eastern side of Arachosia), is listed. By appearance this man matches the Arabs and the ancients of Pakistan and India. This is what Herodotus has to say about them..
The Eastern Ethiopians (Dravidians) - for two nations of this name served in the army - were marshaled with the Indians. They differed in nothing from the other Ethiopians, save in their language, and the character of their hair. For the Eastern Ethiopians have straight hair, while they of Libya are more woolly-haired than any other people in the world.
Ethiopians – Greek word meaning: “burnt face” their term for all Blacks, usually denoting blacks not of Egypt. The Greeks were too awed by Egyptians to use that term for them.
That is actually a lie created by Albinos for some racist, simple-minded reason that normal minds cannot comprehend. Unfortunately - to the Albino trying to hide his true nature and true past, a lot of stupid, cruel, and murderous, things make sense.
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Libyans – Greek term usually denoting all of Africa except Egypt.
The name India, is derived from the word "Indra" the Arian god of thunder. Hence one would think the man called Indian is an Arian, except that he is shirtless. Bare White skin in strong sunlight would not have been though wise.