Study offers new insight into the impact of ancient migrations on the European landscape

April 2, 2020 - General

Neolithic populations have long been credited with bringing about a revolution in farming practices across Europe. However, a new study suggests it was not until the Bronze Age several millennia later that human activity led to significant changes to the continent’s landscape.
A graphic depicting the spread of Yamnaya ancestry over time over a period
of around 8,000 years [Credit: Fernando Racimo]

Scientists from the University of…

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