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  • J Man
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    Originally posted by gtc View Post
    This article on the peopling of Europe, quoted elsewhere on this Forum, is very interesting. Among other things, it looks at more than one side of the argument about the effect of migration on language.

    http://www.buildinghistory.org/artic...ngeurope.shtml
    Thank you for the excellent read

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  • gtc
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    Originally posted by J Man View Post
    It seems that we J2s may have had a mysterious past when it comes to languages.
    This article on the peopling of Europe, quoted elsewhere on this Forum, is very interesting. Among other things, it looks at more than one side of the argument about the effect of migration on language.

    http://www.buildinghistory.org/artic...ngeurope.shtml

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  • J Man
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    Neolithic Migrations in the Near East and Aegean

    I found this little write up on the J2 M172 blog to be very interesting. I again supports the haplogroup J2 Neolithic scenario which is still very logical. It seems that we J2s may have had a mysterious past when it comes to languages.

    http://m172.blogspot.com/
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