According to the Book of Jubilees (10:35-36), Madai had married a daughter of Shem, and preferred to live among Shem's descendants, rather than dwell in Japheth's allotted inheritance beyond the Black Sea; so he begged his brothers-in-law, Elam, Asshur and Arphaxad, until he finally received from them the land that was named after him, Media.
Both the Mitanni and the Medes are thought by scholars to have been Indo-Aryan peoples. In the oldest writings of the Zoroastrian religion of the Medes, the earliest homeland of the Aryan race had been a legendary place called "Airyanem Vaejah" — traditionally (eg., in the Bundahishn 29:12) associated with Arran and the valley of the Araxes river, which rises next to Mount Ararat.
Wipo Publishes Patent of Andrea Carignani, Giulio Canti, Giuseppe Moscarella, Lorenzo Negri, Alberto Romano', Madai for "Electronic Platform Based on Computer Network" (Italian Inventors)
Jan 22, 2013; GENEVA, Jan. 22 -- Publication No. WO/2013/008216 was published on Jan. 17.Title of the invention: "ELECTRONIC PLATFORM BASED ON...