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Archaeologist: Europe was cosmopolitan in the Bronze Age, and the first British fell silent

The search for prehistoric DNA in this regard is in the hands of an archaeologist.

Connecting the Bronze Globe to Europe

Modern science accepts that European and Asian space were strongly interconnected during the Bronze Age. The new raw bronze proves it. Loisek mdi and cnu toti were limited in quantity. At the same time, bronze artifacts appear in short periods, even in the most remote corners of Europe, of Michel Earn.

According to him, there must have been ways in which bronze products were distributed thousands of miles away. Thus, knowledge of bronze production technology increased. Real world proof is much more than that.

This also applies to amber, which occurs only in some areas of the Baltic Sea. Pitom is found all over Europe, but also at a nearby inlet, and even in Asia, Ernie explains.

Thus there were extensive economic and cultural contacts. Communication was not a problem either. People from remote areas spoke other languages, but were able to communicate in business. Thousands of wolf dog bowls were found at the nearby entrance, confirming that trade with European populations occurred thousands of years ago.

The latest DNA survey of prehistoric people in the British Isles has revealed population movements. The thesis is certainly not valid, for example, the inhabitants of the days of Britain, who were separated by the English Channel from the Old Continent, or on their lands without significant contacts with Europe.

The study, conducted by York University, Harvard Medical School and the University of Vienna, which included archaeologists, showed that people who sailed to the other Britain between 1300,800 BC were responsible for half the genetic origins of later populations.

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The set of genetic and archaeological data indicates that the genetic makeup of the population there has changed over several centuries, not least because of a strong conquest or one major migration.

nmon . transport development

And if we delve into history, sometime around 2500 BC, ninety percent of the genetic profile of the British population was altered. At that time, the bearer of culture with bell cups, who used the so-called DNA of the steppe element, drank there, to an expert from the Archaeological State of the Academy of Sciences.

Given that groups of residents had to disperse the Lamansk Strait on their way to Britain, it is clear that there was a well-developed mode of transportation in Europe at the time. Nmon contacts worked on a daily basis. Connected was Scandinavian, Britney. There were also contacts with Spain and the Mediterranean.

Rozstel’s Michel Ernie said that contacts with the British at that time included people who inhabited the country of the Czech Republic. At that time, our country was a very important place in Europe. We have one of the bronze mining crystal centers in the European continent thanks to the ntick culture. This is along with other England and southeast Spain.

Did the British take two or two months?

Even through our country, she led trade routes, which had to be in contact with distant lands. Both traveled from there thanks to the caravans that are thousands of kilometers away, and raw materials and products from the then Czech Republic entered the world.

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One very interesting study of this is the high frequency of occurrence of the so-called lactose stability allele, a genetic adaptation that allows humans to persist in small products, in British Bronze Age populations. According to the results, fifty percent of the British then managed to break silence. On the contrary, only about five percent of the people managed to remain silent on the old continent, including the Czech lands.

Michel Ernie hypothesized that this must be related to a fundamental change in the approach to silence in Britain at the time. It is generally assumed that continental Europeans acquired resistance to lactose during the early Middle Ages. The British managed to be silent for two thousand years.

According to the archaeologist, genetics in archaeology is still a young field. He’s been working hard since 2015. In the following years, the public expected me to make interesting discoveries that would reveal the hitherto hidden details of humanity.

What are the developmental revolutions experienced by the population of Europe? When did agriculture and livestock farming come to Europe? And how cool were Europeans in the past? Also speaking about this was Michal Ernie, the expert from the State Archaeological Academy in Rosestell.