A European Migration Hypothesis
A look at the possibility of the effect of certain groups of Indo-Aryans who immigrated to Europe about 5000 BC and their impact on the language and culture of Europe.
# 312 | 1,747 words | 5 sources | 1998 |
Published on May 23, 2001 in Anthropology (Asian) , Anthropology (Europe) , Anthropology (Pre-Historic) , Archaeology (Ancient History and Mediterranean) , History (Asian) , Hot Topics (Immigration)
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From the Paper:"Roughly from around 5000BCE the Nomadic Indo-Aryan tribesmen known as the Praziks were just beginning to build the society which would later leave it's mark on almost every part of the Russian and central Asia steppe lands, Europe and East Asia. Praziks were one branch of Caucasians who probably spoke a Proto-European dialect of the Aryan language, from the early Neolithic period and throughout most of the bronze age however from the end of the bronze age and into the early iron age the Taklamakanian descendants of the Praziks began to mix with north central Asian peoples (around the beginning of the Hsia dynasty, roughly 2,000 to 1,300 BCE)."
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