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Thread: Physical Anthropology and Lineages (Harpending's Theory)

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    Re: Physical anthropology and lineages

    Quote Originally Posted by Klegutati View Post
    Here is a Mesolithic community of Ukraine on the Dniepr (representative of R1a), look at their phenotype. Indigenous Europeans were different than us now. They were extremely agile and much darker.
    Actually, the scenery made me think of the Iron Gorges where the Danube passes through the Carpathians from Panonnia into Thrace. Sure enough, the trapezoidal structures and the hearths within make this scene without question a reconstruction of the site now known as Lepenski Vir in Serbia - a very important arena for Neolithic - Forager interactions.

    I don't think the Dnepr looks like that anywhere on its course [unless down by the Rapids in the far south, but I've not been there yet!}.

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    Re: Physical anthropology and lineages

    Quote Originally Posted by Oswiu View Post
    Actually, the scenery made me think of the Iron Gorges where the Danube passes through the Carpathians from Panonnia into Thrace. Sure enough, the trapezoidal structures and the hearths within make this scene without question a reconstruction of the site now known as Lepenski Vir in Serbia - a very important arena for Neolithic - Forager interactions.

    I don't think the Dnepr looks like that anywhere on its course [unless down by the Rapids in the far south, but I've not been there yet!}.
    Regardless they were a darker colour..
    Wielki i starożytny rodzaj, wy zgnietliście podstępnych wrogów. Z starożytną mistyczką może, złączoną byłam waszymi hałasami..

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