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  • Kunda culture - Wikipedia

    West African culture, music & dance company offering performances, workshops, classes, residencies; Guinean imports including, djembes, drums, other specialty and rare instruments, as well as African attire & …
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    We are a community of volunteers focused on the ACRO concept. ACRO means African Culture and Reconciliation Organization. We are DNA Tested African Descendants, a component of the Imperial African History and Genetic Genealogical Society (IAHGGS ) .
  • The genetic prehistory of the Baltic Sea region

    calBCE) associated with the Kunda Culture (referred to as Baltic Mesolithic), whose archaeological assemblages found in Lithua- nia, Latvia, Estonia and adjacent parts of Russia.
  • Kunda Culture - YouTube

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    Recent ancient DNA studies have revealed that the genetic history of modern Europeans was shaped by a series of migration and admixture events between deeply diverged groups.
  • Genetic history of Europe - Wikipedia

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  • Kunda culture | Pakistan Today

    The older Sintashta culture (2100–1800 BC), formerly included within the Andronovo culture, is now considered separately, but regarded as its predecessor, and …
  • Prehistoric European DNA : mtDNA & Y-DNA haplogroup

    They are now known as the Suomusjärvi culture and the Kunda culture. The Fishing net of Antrea, one of the oldest fishing nets ever excavated, dates from about 8,300 BCE. The artifacts of the first settlers in Finland left behind present characteristics that are shared with those found in …
  • The Ethno-genesis of the Baltic peoples | Baltic States

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    calBCE) associated with the Kunda Culture (referred to as Baltic Mesolithic), whose archaeological assemblages found in Lithua- nia, Latvia, Estonia and adjacent parts of Russia.
  • Kunda Culture - Oxford Reference

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    Kunda Culture, originating from the Swiderian culture, comprised mesolithic hunter-gatherer communities of the Baltic forest zone extending eastwards through Latvia into northern Russia, dating to the period 8500–5000 BC according to calibrated radiocarbon dating.
  • (PDF) The genetic prehistory of the Baltic Sea region

    The Kunda culture received its name from the Lammasmäe settlement site in northern Estonia, which dates from earlier than 8500 BC. Bone and stone artifacts similar to those found at Kunda have been discovered elsewhere in Estonia, as well as in Latvia , northern Lithuania and southern Finland .