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Reason Why H. Erectus Hominid Become Yamnaya-Pit Gave Culture to All European?

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HERE IS A SECRET ABOUT AN OSTENSIVE FACT ABOUT FIRST HOMINID HUMANS, WHO HAVE NOT SPOKEN ONE WORD FOR 3.5 MILLION YEARS, BEGAN TALKING 100,000 YEARS AGO THROUGH INTERBREEDING WITH AFRICAN HYBRID ETHNIC PEOPLE. YOU CAN START FINDING OUT HOW THEY KEPT IT A SECRET FOR SO LONG, BY FOOLING THE POPULACE WITH CHRISTIANITY BIBLE GENESIS 1 ADAM AND EVE MYTHOLOTY LEGEND.  Reason Why H. Erectus Hominid Become Yamnaya-Pit Gave Culture to All European?  Astoundingly explosive when the truth of Yamnaya-Pit Grave Culture is revealed.

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Pit Grave culture; also known as the Yamnaya Horizon, Yamna culture, Pit Grave culture or Ochre Grave culture, was a late Copper Age to early Bronze Age.The Yamnaya culture also known as the Yamnaya Horizon, Yamna culture, Pit Grave culture or Ochre Grave culture, was a late Copper Age to early Bronze Age archaeological culture of the region between the Southern Bug, Dniester, and Ural rivers, dating to 3300–2600 BC<> Where are the Yamnaya from?  About 5,000 years ago, herders called the Yamnaya entered Europe from the eastern Steppe region - in present day Ukraine and Russia. These horse riding metal workers may have brought Indo-European languages with them; today this language family comprises most of the tongues spoken in Europe. <> Where did the Corded Ware culture come from? The Corded Ware culture is thought to have originated from the westward migration of Yamnaya-related people from the steppe-forest zone into the territory of late Neolithic European cultures such as the Globular Amphora and Funnelbeaker cultures, and is considered to be a likely vector for the spread of some or all of ...

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