Today we are talking about the second layer mentioned by the Kurdish historian (Muhammad Amin Zaki Beck), and here he talks about the Medes and their dependents and takes on the oriental historians, (Harvey Robinson) and (Henry Barbside) that these people and neighboring peoples and peoples of similar kind who are called the Aryans,are a division of (Indo-European) peoples who have lived since about (2500) BC the eastern and northeastern countries of the Caspian Sea, and that the Medi people migrated from the eastern Caspian Sea from the country (Bakhteriana) in the ninth century BC, or after it to the northwest of Iran, I mean the country that was known as the “Media” land.
This migrating people slowly took over the lands of its neighbors. As seen by the historian, it is an aggressive people who came from the eastern Caspian Sea to the northwest of the Iran Plateau, and took over the lands of their neighbors, and fought with the Assyrians bloody wars.The historian quotes the orientalist (Sayes) as saying : “The Medi people were Kurdish tribes inhabiting the eastern parts of Assyria, as the borders of their homeland extended to the south of the Caspian Sea.
(See the book: General History of Historians C2).
It is quoted from the mentor of the Persian state in his book (The Ancient Book of Iran – P / 57) The Medes’ language was the same or the basis of the present Kurdish people.
(Nabrienri) says: The ancient records and relics did not mention the name of this clan, and that it was mentioned in the days of the Assyrian rule, so it is likely that this clan was in the past composed of the old Subaru and (Thotho) divisions, and he sees that the area of “Shimidan” In Turkey around the island of Ibn Omar now, there are only traces of that ancient people.
Then he talks about (Kard Khoy), and he says: The word Kard Khoy is a distorted name from the name of Thotho.
It was said that this people may have come to the lands of Kurdistan, and lived there before or after the Medes and Persians ! As a researcher trying to leave nothing in his research, he does not forget to review the theory that the Kurds came to Kurdistan in the middle of the seventh century B.C., and according to his view, it is a very weak theory.
(Previous source, p. 74). He believes that the Kurds are composed of the first class dynasty, i.e. the Zagros peoples, which some orientalists believe to be (Caucasian) in origin, then became (Aryan) under the influence of the floods of migrations that abounded in the ninth and eighth centuries BC …