What peoples lived on the territory of modern Crimea until the 9th century?

In chronological order, the peoples in Crimea lived as follows:

Cimmerians. Iranian-speaking people from Transcaucasia. Lived in the 8th century BC, are mentioned by Homer in the “Iliad”.
Scythians. They lived on the peninsula in the 7th-2nd centuries BC. They actively traded with the Greeks and left an archaeological heritage.
Sarmatians. Archaeological sites from their period date back to the 3rd century BC.
Greeks. They appeared in the Crimea in the 6th century BC, founded colonies, in the place of which the cities of Kerch and Sevastopol are now located.
Romans. From the 1st century BC and until the end of the 4th century AD, then they were replaced by the Byzantines.
Goths. 3rd century A.D.
Huns. First half of the 5th century.

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