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  1. https://qph.cf2.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-d72689c4f48...

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    Lattoon disc, Ireland, Bronze Age
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    The link works for me:...

    The link works for me: https://atlas-innovations.de/en/

    Your book only mentions evidence for wheeled vehicles dating back to c. 3500 BC, e.g. the Bronocice pot from Poland. However there is...
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    oh wow so you don't actually care about evidence....

    oh wow so you don't actually care about evidence. You just believe stuff and that's what you believe and evidence is irrelevant.
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    The earliest evidence for wheeled vehicles is in...

    The earliest evidence for wheeled vehicles is in Europe, the earliest of all in the area of the Cucuteni-Trypillia culture:

    https://i.imgur.com/XY3uial.jpg


    - Klimsha (2017), Wheeled vehicles...
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    Nah there was civilisation in Europe thousands of...

    Nah there was civilisation in Europe thousands of years before then.
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    Why is it circular?

    Why is it circular?
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    Regarding Romulus and Remus: "The founding of...

    Regarding Romulus and Remus:

    "The founding of Rome is the Roman historicization of the Indo-European creation myth, both cosmogonic and anthropogonic, which involves the twins "Twin" and "Man" and...
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    On the other hand, you don't defeat nazism or...

    On the other hand, you don't defeat nazism or tyranny by just saying that it's bad. You need to be willing and able to defeat it by force if necessary.

    In the Greek context, warlike people are...
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    The earliest known smelted iron might be from the...

    The earliest known smelted iron might be from the steppe:

    “One unappreciated aspect of Early Bronze Age and Middle Bronze Age steppe metallurgy was its experimentation with iron. … A...
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    Being 'warlike' was an important virtue in Greek...

    Being 'warlike' was an important virtue in Greek culture. It was associated with heroism, nobility, honour, courage, excellence, freedom, independence, self-reliance, self-determination, not being a...
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    The image/map you posted was created by a guy...

    The image/map you posted was created by a guy called Mojtaba Shamiri who used to frequently post his mental illness here. Mojtaba is also suspiciously similar to your 'Moja'.
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    red hair seems to correlate with R1b ...

    red hair seems to correlate with R1b

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    Can you explain how WHG is a southern European...

    Can you explain how WHG is a southern European genetic marker?
  15. Why do you doubt that? There are plenty of...

    Why do you doubt that? There are plenty of ancient Greek depictions of people with blonde hair.
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    And Epaphus is the son of Io who is the daughter...

    And Epaphus is the son of Io who is the daughter of Inachus, the king of Argos, who is the son of Oceanus (or Okeanus). (1)

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    What do you think about this:

    Oceanus = oh-KAY-an-us (2)
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    Seeing as Urnfield practised cremation, wouldn't...

    Seeing as Urnfield practised cremation, wouldn't there be less Urnfield samples?
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    To clarify, the point of my post was the snake...

    To clarify, the point of my post was the snake depicted on the sword.
  19. What are those numbers for Knossos and Mycenae...

    What are those numbers for Knossos and Mycenae based on?
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    You'll like this: ...

    You'll like this:

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    There was already an influx of steppe ancestry...

    There was already an influx of steppe ancestry around 2000 BC:

    "Middle Bronze Age individuals of northern Greece differ from Early Bronze Age populations in showing ∼50% Pontic-Caspian...
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    Why do you think that? It would fit nicely with...

    Why do you think that? It would fit nicely with Greek mythology, Danaus etc.
  23. Do you have any more information on that?

    Do you have any more information on that?
  24. How much Germany Bell Beaker ancestry in the Guanches?

    Olalde et al. (2019) and Villalba et al. (2021) have Germany_Bell_Beaker as the source of steppe ancestry in Bronze Age Iberia, as well as the source of R1b-M269 lineages which replaced Iberian...
  25. Hi bicicleur, where did you get this from?

    Hi bicicleur, where did you get this from?
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