Ancient Peoples to Modern Country

Match each of the following ancient peoples to their modern-day countries.
Some peoples crossed over multiple modern borders in ancient times. In these instances, any single country is an acceptable answer.
Only some of these peoples are extinct, but all of them are ancient.
Quiz by elijahwade
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Last updated: June 11, 2020
First submittedMarch 26, 2020
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Group
Country
Hunas
China, India, etc.
Vistulans
Poland
Brigantes
England (uk), Ireland
Zulu
South Africa, Lesotho, etc.
Vedda
Sri Lanka
Maasai
Kenya, Tanzania
Māori
New Zealand
Helvetii
Switzerland, France, etc.
Maya
Mexico, Guatemala, etc.
Hayato
Kyushu (japan)
Bedouin
Syria, Saudi Arabia, etc.
Cherokee
United States
Group
Country
Medes
Iran, Iraq, etc.
Aztec
Mexico
Picts
Scotland (uk)
Inca
Peru, Ecuador, etc.
Amorites
Iraq
Gaoshan
China
Minoan
Crete (greece)
Dughlats
Mongolia, China, etc.
Olmec
Mexico
Vandals
Germany, France, etc.
Sabines
Italy
Hmong
China, Vietnam
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Level 42
Jun 11, 2020
Shouldn't Laos and Vietnam also be included for Hmong?
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Level 89
Jun 11, 2020
Thanks for the comment.

While the Hmong people have since settled in Vietnam and Laos in large numbers, I omitted those two nations from this quiz as their migration to these countries has only taken place during the last three centuries. If this criteria was replicated for each of these people groups, widely multiethnic nations such as the United States could be valid answers for the majority of these people groups. I believe that this would skew the intention of this quiz (namely, that it is asking the quiztaker to identify the ancient origins of these people groups).