Bioarchaeological Perspectives on Late Antiquity in Dalmatia

see this link and it will explain a lot..............on Phasos, all samples from the paper are ancient greek migration samples from the aegean island of Paros ...........the greeks wiped out the Liburnian men when they arrived

Across a Narrow Sea: Ancient Greeks and Romans in the Eastern Adriatic​


This lecture was given by Dr. Sarah James (University of Colorado Boulder) to the AIA Boulder Society on Dec. 2, 2020. It was co-sponsored by the CU Boulder Department of Classics and the CU Museum of Natural History. Abstract: Often neglected by Classical scholars, the coastal region of Dalmatia in southern Croatia held significant appeal to the ancient Greeks and Romans for over a thousand years. Positioned on a major trade route from central Europe into the Mediterranean, the archaeology of Dalmatia from the 6th c. B.C. to the 3rd c. A.D. reveals how first the Greeks founded colonies and then the Romans dominated the region and its peoples. Join Dr. Sarah James as she discusses both the history of the region and a new CU Boulder archaeological project that will generate fresh insights into this fascinating part of the Adriatic Sea.
see her other stuff from Brac island , Issa island etc .......................

the I2a ydna in western balkans is pre slavic and has zero association with slavic


very annoying to have to post this stuff again , in a site which is extremely difficult to work with .......................
 
see this link and it will explain a lot..............on Phasos, all samples from the paper are ancient greek migration samples from the aegean island of Paros ...........the greeks wiped out the Liburnian men when they arrived

Across a Narrow Sea: Ancient Greeks and Romans in the Eastern Adriatic​


This lecture was given by Dr. Sarah James (University of Colorado Boulder) to the AIA Boulder Society on Dec. 2, 2020. It was co-sponsored by the CU Boulder Department of Classics and the CU Museum of Natural History. Abstract: Often neglected by Classical scholars, the coastal region of Dalmatia in southern Croatia held significant appeal to the ancient Greeks and Romans for over a thousand years. Positioned on a major trade route from central Europe into the Mediterranean, the archaeology of Dalmatia from the 6th c. B.C. to the 3rd c. A.D. reveals how first the Greeks founded colonies and then the Romans dominated the region and its peoples. Join Dr. Sarah James as she discusses both the history of the region and a new CU Boulder archaeological project that will generate fresh insights into this fascinating part of the Adriatic Sea.
see her other stuff from Brac island , Issa island etc .......................

the I2a ydna in western balkans is pre slavic and has zero association with slavic


very annoying to have to post this stuff again , in a site which is extremely difficult to work with .......................
Thanks for the interesting lecture
 

This thread has been viewed 1875 times.

Back
Top