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Scheme of Indo-European language dispersals from c. 4000 to 1000 BCE according to the widely held Kurgan hypothesis. – Center: Steppe cultures 1 (blac
Scheme of Indo-European language dispersals from c. 4000 to 1000 BCE according to the widely held Kurgan hypothesis. – Center: Steppe cultures 1 (black): Anatolian languages (archaic PIE) 2 (black): Afanasievo culture (early PIE) 3 (black) Yamnaya culture expansion (Pontic-Caspian steppe, Danube Valley) (late PIE) 4A (black): Western Corded Ware 4B-C (blue & dark blue): Bell Beaker; adopted by Indo-European speakers 5A-B (red): Eastern Corded ware
A 1910 depiction of Aryans entering India, from Hutchinson's History of the Nations
A 1910 depiction of Aryans entering India, from Hutchinson's History of the Nations
An early 20th century depiction of Aryans settling in agricultural villages in India
An early 20th century depiction of Aryans settling in agricultural villages in India
According to Allentoft (2015), the Sintashta culture probably derived from the Corded Ware Culture.
According to Allentoft (2015), the Sintashta culture probably derived from the Corded Ware Culture.
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Early Indo-European migrations from the Pontic–Caspian steppe
Early Indo-European migrations from the Pontic–Caspian steppe