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  1. Do we have to assume that ALL Europeans migrated...

    Do we have to assume that ALL Europeans migrated from somewhere else? just because
    the Germans and Celts and Slavs came from the East with the Basques and other Steppe people?
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    [QUOTE=Pi gman;615621] For the woman to have...

    For the woman to have chosen her husband, she must have been in a matriarchal society. This means that her husband is not the owner of her property. Matriarchy was in existence wherever there was no...
  3. Albanians are bracycephalic

    The Albanians are bracycephalic. That puts them east of Persia.
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    Poll: Romans were not Latins, the Aborigines were...

    Romans were not Latins, the Aborigines were Latins.

    A Romance language would be Trojan. The Roman Trojans were Pelasgian.
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    Romans say they were Trojan

    The Romans say they were Trojan.

    "├ćneas, with the view of conciliating the affection of the Aborigines, that he might be the better able to oppose such formidable enemies, gave to both the nations...
  6. The answer has to do with the head-shapes of...

    The answer has to do with the head-shapes of these two people.
    R1b is in the Pelasgians and the Ligurians, both of whom are long-headed.
    R1a is round-headed as Central Asia seems to have always...
  7. I tried once upon a time to find who built the...

    I tried once upon a time to find who built the chariots, and the search took me to the land of the Hurrians which had Mitanni overlords. Hurrians were not IE people as far as I can tell. But Mitanni...
  8. These are the types of questions that make IE...

    These are the types of questions that make IE doubters doubt. Not everything fits in a box. Life is messy. Do we really have to categorize evvvverything? My answer is No. Take the Basques for...
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    According to the legend, the Greeks married into...

    According to the legend, the Greeks married into the family of the Ligurian woman who chose that Greek as her husband. For this to have happened, Massalia must already have been in existence. This is...
  10. Indigenous Ligurian Latin Language

    I have referenced Whatmough who is a linguist. I am uncomfortable reinventing the wheel, not being a linguist myself. My first thoughts when reading Rhys who wrote on those Lepontic Inscriptions was...
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    Genetic replacement isn't as easy as it seems,...

    Genetic replacement isn't as easy as it seems, and it hardly ever happens without the sort of genocide that would have created mass-graves... which would have covered the island of Britain, corner to...
  12. "... that the language of the Roman empire, was...

    "... that the language of the Roman empire, was the tongue not of the Sabine conquerers, but of their Plebeian subjects, in other words that Latin is Ligurian."--Ridgeway, Who Were The Romans?

    "I...
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    Basques Are R1b Steppe People

    "Now, as the legends represent Latiniis, the eponym of the Latini, as king of the Aborigines, it follows that the Latini were Ligurians ... These are the people known to the Roman writers as Ligures,...
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