Post by ChrisLAdams on Jun 21, 2019 11:06:50 GMT -5
I thought this was cool. The Nazca Lines are mysterious as all get out. I have a story that takes place in Peru, and studied these because they make an appearance. It's cool and amazing that just when we think we know it all, we figure out something new...
That is in interesting article Deuce. I have associated the Philistines with the so called 'sea peoples' of the Mediterranean.
It is a pity that it did not go further into the DNA findings. I often come across some of these article that list broad definitions such as 'European DNA' but they never list the actual Y dna or mtDNA. For example the nation by nation Y DNA haploroups such as this sample group from European nations.
Of course, these markers cross borders and give us some understanding of the genetic influences over nations of a particular area. For instance, Haplogroup R1b Y DNA seems to be particularly high in parts of western Europe, especially in traditionally Celtic language speaking areas.