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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.
There is bone evidence suggesting that raising of small sheep and goats occurred.
The traditional Chechen saying goes that the members of Chechen society, like its taips, are (ideally) "free and equal like wolves".
Jaimoukha notes in his book Chechens that sadly, "Vainakh history is perhaps the most poorly studied of the peoples of the North Caucasus.
Apparently, Xenophon visited Urartu in 401 BCE, and rather than finding Urartians, he only found pockets of Urartians, surrounded by Armenians.
These Urartians, as modern scholars infer, were undergoing a process of assimilation to Armenian language and culture.
Chechen society has traditionally been organized around many autonomous local clans, called taips.
There was differentiation of professionals organized within clans.
Jaimoukha argues that while all these cultures probably were made by people included among the genetic ancestors of the Chechens, it was either the Koban or Kharachoi culture that was the first culture made by the cultural and linguistic ancestors of the Chechens (meaning the Chechens first arrived in their homeland 3000–4000 years ago).
The remains include dwellings, cobble bridges, altars, iron objects, bones, and clay and stone objects. Grains that were grown included wheat, rye and barley.
Cattle, sheep, goats, donkeys, pigs and horses were kept.