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    The introduction of farming has often been...

    The introduction of farming has often been described as the pivotal event in European prehistory. The new study, published Monday in the journal Nature, suggests that instead of one mass migration of...
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    Using data from over 150 languages, linguists at...

    Using data from over 150 languages, linguists at the University of California, Berkeley provide evidence that this ancestor language originated 5,500 – 6,500 years ago, on the Pontic-Caspian steppe...
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    Thank you Angela I am trying to learn, and in the...

    Thank you Angela I am trying to learn, and in the meantime I play with ideas .. Nobody said here that the "Indo-Europeans" are equivalent to the people of Cucuteni Tripolite. It is however, logically...
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    http://ethnosalro.uaic.ro/about/results/...

    http://ethnosalro.uaic.ro/about/results/
    http://ethnosalro.uaic.ro/download/EthnosalRo_RS-2011-2014_ENG.pdf...
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    I take the opportunity here to show you a nice...

    I take the opportunity here to show you a nice study about salt. Archeolgy, metalurgy, lingvistics, the study of signs, the study if climatic changes and epidemologic disasters, all can contribute of...
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    Now regarding the samples, the testings consider...

    Now regarding the samples, the testings consider this. Let's take for example 3-4 century ad Transilvania - we see Gepid settlements at the border, and Goths settlements in the center, but of course...
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    Why do I say that I2 was dominant for Cucuteni...

    Why do I say that I2 was dominant for Cucuteni just as it was dominant for Vinca?
    I believe in this scenario - after last Ice Age all Europe was re-colonised with I2 and I1 from the pockets of...
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    http://www.disclose.tv/action/viewvideo/194064/600...

    http://www.disclose.tv/action/viewvideo/194064/6000YearOld_Mega_Temple_Unearthed_in_Ukraine/
    http://www.sci-news.com/archaeology/science-temple-trypillian-culture-nebelivka-ukraine-02223.html...
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    6998http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burned_house_hori...

    6998http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burned_house_horizon
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    I2+R1a+R1b Contact Area = PIE Urheimat

    aleximreh.wordpress.com/2015/01/07/i2r1ar1b-contact-area-pie-urheimat
    The Contact Area is where I2/Cucuteni people met first with R1a than with R1b.
    I quote from the Eupedia page reffering to R1b,...
  11. on i-m26.blogspot - Before, M26 has been referred...

    on i-m26.blogspot - Before, M26 has been referred to as Haplogroup Eu-8 and YCC Haplogroup I1b2. Then, I1b1a. Now, some call is I2a1 or I2a2. It is easiest to just call it I-M26, or just M26.
    on...
  12. wiki on the 'Nuragic Civilization' article, at...

    wiki on the 'Nuragic Civilization' article, at the 'Pre-Nuragic Sardinia' sections says - During this period copper objects and weapons also appeared in the island, ie BEFORE the coming of Beaker...
  13. The Goth issue was just a question I asked, I...

    The Goth issue was just a question I asked, I guess it has not much to do with the post, not in my perception. This discussion is about I2a in Sardinia and Vinca area. Present day Romania was named...
  14. Well that's a good point!! A quote from...

    Well that's a good point!!
    A quote from adamo/eupedia: Haplogroup I-M26, the "Sardinian" I2a variety, is found in 40-45% of Sardinian males for example; most people do not realize it is also about...
  15. Yes celts went W to E after as you say Sile and I...

    Yes celts went W to E after as you say Sile and I guess they had a significant contributions in Transylvania in the formation of the Dacians. I think Dacians were a bit more R1b than the Getes south...
  16. Let's take a look to the Eupedia neolithic maps. ...

    Let's take a look to the Eupedia neolithic maps.
    1] Expansion of agriculture
    1.1] 6300-5800 bc: Old Europe and western coast of Italy - that implies expansion BY SEA from Croatia to W Italy, if we...
  17. You have deleted things that seem well...

    You have deleted things that seem well established - again in the article on my blog I have the links, the sources, the maps...
    Let's consider the issue of sea travel - when did people started to...
  18. As it is my first post in this forum I can not...

    As it is my first post in this forum I can not put a direct link, so I repeat the link with the article/arguments - aleximreh.ro
    The text at the link contains mostly excerpts from wiki, with maps...
  19. Sardinia - Vinca I2a1 + Beaker R1b >> Nuragic culture

    tags - Beaker, Butmir, I2a1, Neolithic migration, Nuragic, Sardinia, Sea Peoples, Vinca - aleximreh.ro
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