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DNA Deciphers Roots of Modern Europeans

A skeleton buried by a Middle Neolithic culture found near Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. A review of DNA from skeletons across Europe indicated that today's Europeans are descended from three groups who moved there at different stages of history.

According to historians, in 1972 after a tractor accidentally unearthed a stunning Chalcolithic cemetery near {Bulgaria's port city} Varna, archaeologists discovered the oldest gold treasure in the world c. 4500-4000 BC. This 6,000-year-old skeleton was once an important ruler in the ancient Balkans. His grave was excavated along with 300 other burials, stocked with over 3,000 gold artifacts: the oldest hoard of gold ever found in the world.

Etruscan Ivory jewel box for use of lady from a tomb at Thebes, Mycenaean period, C.1400 BC.

Studio Inklink - Mesolithic peoples in the Apennine Mountains

Homo erectus

Lucy; Hadar, Ethiopia Age: About 3.2 million years old Species: Australopithecus afarensis

Mammouth - Grotte de Rouffignac

Celtic Europe: Expansions of the Hallstatt and La Tène cultures during the Bronze Age and the Iron Age

Game board in the form of hippopotamus and three-headed canine chips to play 58 holes. Siliceous faience inlaid glass and wood. Late Period ( 664-332 BC.) © Musée du Louvre , dist. RMN- GP / Benjamin Soligny.

Europe's Ancestors: Cro-Magnon 28,000 Years Old Had DNA Like Modern Humans

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