Xiongnu Dynasty Boots look like Adidas which showed in Mongolian Drama

Xiongnu Dynasty Boots look like Adidas which showed in Mongolian Drama

O.Dulguun is well-known Mongolian young actress and her fans love her for being cute. She starred in Juliet, Mongolian version drama. At a young age, she managed to create a major drama, including the role that every actress wants.

She is returning to the stage of the drama theater and is meeting with the audience again with the play The Sealless State /Tamgagui Tur/ drama, which opened last Sunday. The stage costumes of the drama shown very interesting to the audience.

In particular, viewers who saw the actress' shoes joked that they were ADIDAS shoes. In the drama, the actors are adorned with costumes modeled on the costumes of the museum exhibits of the Xiongnu Dynasty.

Speaking of the shoe design that has attracted a lot of attention, in 2016, a burial mound was found in the Altai Mountains. Researchers have speculated that it was a tomb 1,100 years ago, and found the remains of a woman in her 30s and 40s and other artifacts.

The main thing that caught his attention was that his accessories were very similar to ski boots with the Adidas logo.

You can see how the struggle for the throne takes place and ends when Archugt Khan's eldest and youngest queens give birth to a son at the same time.

According to ancient Chinese sources, the Huns lived in the eastern steppes of Eurasia from the 3rd century BC to the end of the 1st century AD, and were a nomadic tribal group. According to Chinese sources, Modu Chanyu, the supreme leader since 209 BC, founded the Xiongnu Empire.
After their former rivals, the Yuezhi, moved to Central Asia in the 2nd century BC, the Huns later became the dominant power in the steppes of East Asia, centered on Mongolia. The Huns were also active in present-day Siberia, Inner Mongolia, Gansu, and Xinjiang. Their relations with the Chinese powers in the southeast were often complicated by conflicts and confrontations, including the exchange of tributes, trade, and marriage contracts. As one of the five barbarians during the Sixteen Dynasties, they established several kingdoms in northern China, including the former Zhao, Northern Liang, and Xia.

Attempts to equate the Huns with later groups in the western Eurasian steppes remain controversial. The Scythians and Sarmatians were in the west at the same time. There have been many speculations about the uniqueness of the Xiongnu ethnic group, as only a few words in Chinese sources, mostly titles and human names, have survived. The name Hunnu may be related to the name Hunnu and / or Huna, but this is controversial. Other linguistic links suggested by scholars - all of which are controversial - are Iranian, Mongolian, Turkic, Uralic, Yenisei, or multilingual.