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European origins laid bare by DNA. DNA from ancient skeletons has revealed how a complex patchwork of prehistoric migrations fashioned the modern European gene pool. The study appears to refute the picture of Europeans as a simple mixture of indigenous hunters and Near Eastern farmers who arrived 7,000 years ago.

European origins laid bare by DNA. DNA from ancient skeletons has revealed how a complex patchwork of prehistoric migrations fashioned the modern European gene pool. The study appears to refute the picture of Europeans as a simple mixture of indigenous hunters and Near Eastern farmers who arrived 7,000 years ago.

A new study suggests the Basque people descend from a group of early farmers who mixed with local hunters before becoming isolated for thousands of years. It’s based on the analysis of eight Stone Age human skeletons (one shown)

Basque people's DNA hints they descended from early Stone Age farmers

A new study suggests the Basque people descend from a group of early farmers who mixed with local hunters before becoming isolated for thousands of years. It’s based on the analysis of eight Stone Age human skeletons (one shown)

De l’ADN vieux de 400.000 ans complique l’histoire de l’Homme

De l’ADN vieux de 400.000 ans complique l’histoire de l’Homme

Près de ans : voici l’âge de l’ADN mitochondrial qui vient d’être intégralement séquencé. Il a été extrait du fémur d’un hominidé découvert en Espagne dans les années Surprise : bien...

First DNA from ancient Phoenician shows European ancestry

First DNA from ancient Phoenician shows European ancestry

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Archéologie : un prince, ou une princesse, au torque d’or exhumé dans la tombe de Lavau

Denis Gliksman / © Denis Gliksman, Inrap

Europe's fourth ancestral 'tribe' uncovered - BBC News

Europe's fourth ancestral 'tribe' uncovered

Europe's fourth ancestral 'tribe' uncovered - BBC News

Skeleton.  Magdalenia (c. 15 000 – 10 000 B.C.). Found near Les Eyzies, Dordogne (France).

Skeleton. Magdalenia (c. 15 000 – 10 000 B.C.). Found near Les Eyzies, Dordogne (France).

"It is commonly assumed that the European hunter-gatherers disappeared soon after the arrival of farmers", said Dr Ruth Bollongino, lead author of the study. "But our study shows that the descendants of the first European humans maintained their hunter-gatherer way of life, and lived in parallel with the immigrant farmers, for at least 2,000 years. The hunter-gathering way of life only died out in Central Europe around 5,000 years ago, much later than previously thought."

"It is commonly assumed that the European hunter-gatherers disappeared soon after the arrival of farmers", said Dr Ruth Bollongino, lead author of the study. "But our study shows that the descendants of the first European humans maintained their hunter-gatherer way of life, and lived in parallel with the immigrant farmers, for at least 2,000 years. The hunter-gathering way of life only died out in Central Europe around 5,000 years ago, much later than previously thought."

Arche de Noé tablettes La tablette traduite par Irvin Finkel

Arche de Noé tablettes La tablette traduite par Irvin Finkel

Bronze Age couple burial

Bronze Age couple burial

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