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Yamnaya: Faces of the Indo-Europeans

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Yamnaya: Faces of the Indo-Europeans

 The Yamnaya culture, also called the Kurgan or Late Ochre Grave culture, of the late Neolithic and Bronze age Pontic steppe is believed to belong to one of several Proto-Indo-European speaking Western Steppe herder peoples who were ancestral to many modern peoples and who spread Indo-European languages across Eurasia. But what did Yamnaya look like? In this documentary film you can see 3D forensic facial reconstructions of Yamnaya men by the artist Robert Molyneaux and you can learn all about what Yamnaya people ate, why they loved milk, how they lived, their burial customs, how they spread and more.

 
Survive the Jive
DISCLAIMER: I say the maps show the "amount of Yamnaya admixture" in modern populations, when in fact they show yamnaya-like admixture which doesn't necessarily come from Yamnaya, but comes from a closely related population of Western Steppe Herders (probably Corded Ware). Also I called plague a virus when yersinia pestis is in fact a bacteria. Sources for the video are listed here: https://survivethejive.blogspot.com/2021/10/yamnaya-indo-european-documentary.html The conversion from cm to feet was wrong. Sorry I made that mistake

 Whistling Whistler

I know people with this skull shape, honestly. This skull shape is still common and I see it sometimes, they aren't extinct.
 Paulo Yamamoto
As a native Russian speaker, I know many Slavic languages and ancient Slavic languages, in the ancient times and some languages even still to this day: Yamna means a hole as in past sentence and Yama means a hole/pit in present sentence
 

 

  The Yamnaya Culture | Bronze Age Steppe Herders

 

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