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Tomenable
28-05-19, 19:57
200 aDNA samples of people who lived around Brześć Kujawski (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brześć_Kujawski) since the Early Middle Ages until the 1800s will be published:

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We already have Mesolithic, Neolithic and Bronze Age samples from this area.

Dagne
30-05-19, 13:18
Do we know what kind of people lived in Poland at around 0AD?

JoycePoday
09-12-19, 05:06
Hello everybodyId like to know if a book exists about how the rich literary and scientific production of the Ancient Time passed through the Middle-Ages. Whiches authors were known and read in the monasteries, which were known but not studied I know this was the case of Herodotus, and why, whiches were lost to Western Europe but not to Byzantines, and whiches were definitely lost during this period and why, as far at can be said.Short from a book, do you know any other resources articles, website? on the subject?Thanks

Vickicug
19-12-19, 13:40
Sargon is clearly the earliest, not counting Gilgamesh whom we do not know was real or fiction. From the ridiculousness of the stories about Gilgamesh I would have to go with fiction for Gilgamesh. So the Epic of Gilgamesh is "ridiculous", whereas the Iliad is gospel truth?