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Reconstruction of the image of the nomad Yamna culture Pit Grave

Reconstruction of the image of the nomad Yamna culture Pit Grave

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Reconstruction of the image of the nomad Yamna culture (Pit Grave Culture) representative.

Yamnaya

Man from Yamna culture, Sculptural Reconstruction. (ca.1930s)

A Man from the Yamna Culture.

Find this Pin and more on Yamnaya by Jennifer Vibbert.

What Yamnayans Looked Like.

Reconstruction of a Yamna Man.

What Yamnayans Looked Like.

Reconstruction of a Yamnaya person from the Caspian steppe in Russia about 5,000-4,800 BC

1974 reconstruction of physical appearance of the Cro-Magnon girl Sunghir 3 by T.S. Surnina

Thousands of horsemen may have swept into Bronze Age Europe, transforming the local population

What Yamnayans Looked Like.

map of Yamnaya migrations

This burial rite, with the funerary tumulus, is typical of both Scandinavian and Eurasian nomadic customs.

Artifacts[edit]

Find this Pin and more on Yamnaya Culture by Anita White.

Massive migration from the steppe is a source for Indo-European languages in Europe [Archive] - Page 2 - Eupedia Forum

Classify 'Aryans'/Yamna Culture Men [Archive] - The Apricity Forum: A European Cultural Community

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Bronze objects from the Pit-Grave culture.

Yamna culture / Yamnaya culture

Antiquities, Cords, Cable

Massive migration from the steppe is a source for Indo-European languages in Europe [Archive] - Page 2 - Eupedia Forum

Bone Jewelry, Ukraine, Troy

Reich: Yamnaya brought R1b to Europe [Archive] - Page 2 - The Apricity Forum: A European Cultural Community

What Yamnayans Looked Like.

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Paleolithic and Mesolithic migrations in Europe and Siberia [Archive] - Eupedia Forum

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90% of the Neolithic British Gene Pool Was Replaced by Beaker Immigrants. Reconstruction illustration ...

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Analysis of ancient mitochondrial DNA and Y-chromosomal DNA samples from the Yamna, Corded

Origins

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"Researchers have identified a massive migration of Kurgan populations (Yamna culture) which went

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Massive migration from the steppe is a source for Indo-European languages in Europe [Archive] - Eupedia Forum

A Bronze Age human skull from the Yamnaya culture. Yamnaya later developed into the Afanasievo

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Yamna culture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Yamnaya culture north of the Black Sea in today's Russia. Beginning about 6000 years ago

Massive migration from the steppe is a source for Indo-European languages in Europe [Archive] - Page 2 - Eupedia Forum

Facial Reconstruction of Mycaenean era (c.1500 BC) nobleman from ancient Greece [Archive] - Eupedia Forum

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The Yamna or Yamnaya culture, also called Pit Grave Culture and Ochre Grave Culture,

Facial Reconstruction of Late Beaker Ava (Hew Morrison via MtoE)

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ekaterinovka-burial-45 Graphic reconstruction ...

Interesting excerpts about local Hungarian groups that had close contacts with Yamna settlers in the Carpathian Basin, from the paper Immigration and ...

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Schematic view from burial 45. Male of 20-25 years, ca. 4400-4200 BC.

Pit-Grave culture artefacts found at Storozhova Mohyla near Dnipropetrovsk.

Chevaux en liberté dans la steppe pontique La Culture de Yamna est une culture proto-

Eurogenes v3 [Archive] - Page 7 - ForumBiodiversity.com » Anthropology Biodiversity Forum (ABF)

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Reconstruction of male attire on materials Mariupol burial.

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The unique elite Khvalynsk male from a Yekaterinovskiy Cape burial

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Consequences of Damgaard et al. 2018 (III): Proto-Finno-Ugric & Proto-Indo-Iranian in the North Caspian region

Location of early Yamna culture

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Stelae and the Kemi Oba and Yamnaya regions

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The rise of the Trypillian culture on the right bank of the Dnieper 7,000 years ago overshadowed the birth of Indo-European peoples on its left bank.

3000 BCE

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Single Grave culture[edit]

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Principal archaeological sites and cultures. Sites: A, Mikhailovka; B, Petrovka; C, Arkhaim; D, Sintashta; E, Botai; F, Namazga; G, Gonur; H, Togolok; I, ...

The Indo-European and Ancient Near Eastern Sources of the Armenian Epic

Wang et al. (2018) Suppl. data: R1b-M269 in Baltic Neolithic?

TreeMix is very specific and precise about this. In my analyses, based on a couple of different methods, the Mingrelians are the only population chosen as a ...

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The Caucasus a genetic and cultural barrier; Yamna dominated by R1b-M269; Yamna settlers in Hungary cluster with Yamna

Brexit forces relocation of one of today's main Yamna research projects to Finland

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Massive migration from the steppe is a source for Indo-European languages in Europe [Archive] - Page 2 - Eupedia Forum

Relation to Indo-European speaking groups[edit]

Indo-European Migrations Resource | Learn About, Share and Discuss Indo-European Migrations At Popflock.com

Eneolithic settlements (1–5, 7, 10–16, 20, 22–43, 48, 50), burial grounds (6, 8–9, 17–19, 21, 47, 49) and kurgans (44–46) of the steppe Ural-Volga region: 1 ...