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Were native Europeans replaced?

Spread of farming in Europe. Cultural diffusion or population replacement? Source Between 9,000 and 3,000 years ago farming spread through Europe and replaced hunting, fishing, and gathering. Was this process just a change in lifestyle? Or was it also a population change? Did Middle Eastern farmers replace native Europeans?For Greg Cochran, the answer is clear: Increasingly, it looks as if the hunter-gatherers who lived in Europe at the end of the ice age have been largely replaced.
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Native tribes' traditional knowledge can help US adapt to climate change

Academics / General Science : Science Daily (12 months ago)

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Origins of human culture linked to rapid climate change

Academics / General Science : Science Codex (last year)

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Are we all Middle Easterners now?

Academics / Anthropology : Evo and Proud (5 years ago)

Dienekes is arguing that Middle Eastern farmers demographically replaced Europe’s original population between 8,000 and 3,000 years ago. This argument seems to be proven by two recent papers that show no genetic continuity between E... Read Post


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