Early farmers and hunter-gatherers co-existed and integrated in Europe for many years, study suggests

Research claims it has given the answers to a long-debated question among anthropologists, archaeologists and geneticists: when farmers first arrived in Europe, how did they interact with existing hunter-gatherer groups? Continue reading “Early farmers and hunter-gatherers co-existed and integrated in Europe for many years, study suggests”

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Admixture layers in Sicily and Southern Italy trace multiple migration routes along the Mediterranean – The ‘Mediterranean genetic continuum’

The Mediterranean Sea has represented one of the most important crossroads in human history, acting both as a barrier and a bridge between three continents and multiple human groups characterized by different genetic and cultural backgrounds. Continue reading “Admixture layers in Sicily and Southern Italy trace multiple migration routes along the Mediterranean – The ‘Mediterranean genetic continuum’”

Tarim Basin, Xinjiang, China; Studies on well preserved mummies reveal that they had origins in Europe, central/eastern Siberia and southern/western Asia

This post is a summary of information on the Tarim Basin mummies; research shows that admixture of Western and Eastern Eurasian populations must have taken place at some point deep into Antiquity. Continue reading “Tarim Basin, Xinjiang, China; Studies on well preserved mummies reveal that they had origins in Europe, central/eastern Siberia and southern/western Asia”

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