Leaver societies came into existence during the Paleolithic age, which was in between the beginning of human existence and the Neolithic Revolution. Present day humans have all come from the same ancestral group of humans of this time period.
It appears that this U-dominant population was largely replaced first by groups of Caucasoids from the south, and later at the eastern end by groups of Mongoloids from the East. Not trying to overt snottiness but sometimes your positions can seem extreme to this degree.
As an example, consider a farming group of fair people in northern Europe, next to swarthy hunter-gatherers. There is limited genetic exchange, and the hunter-gatherers pick up farming, along with some genes for blondism. However, as they switch to farming, except for the blonds in the population, they tend to suffer from rickets, reducing their fitness.
Of course, lactose tolerance fairly closely aligns with the Baltic in Europe, and must have been a post-agricultural mutation. So I suppose the northern European hunter-gatherers had a way of evening the score somewhat compared to groups that modern East Asians and Bantu displaced — probably adoption of a semi-pastoral lifestyle, as there could have been workarounds for lactose intolerance originally, and it would have allowed higher densities and lessened chance of rickets while the population adjusted to a diet nearly as plant rich as southern Europe.
A typical Finnish burial from Neolithic for example consists just of change of colour in the soil, showing that there was once a body — often covered in ochre — there.
All organic material has gone. So, not much chance of getting ancient DNA from Finland. When it comes to the Sami being more Finnish than the Finns, the reason probably lies in the fact that the Finnish tribes had, through their living areas including most of the Baltic sea coast of current Finland, far more outside contact.
So, the coastal Finns had outside contacts, the inland Sami had mostly contacts with those Finnish populations who were the most inland and had thus smaller number of genetic inheritance derived from outside contacts.
These are very bold claims. Can you substantiate them? Justin Giancola And Kuaz reminds me of something curiously similar… Onur 18, As far as I know, the current consensus in Finnic linguistics, and Uralic linguistics in general, favors younger ages, as Halvorson pointed out, and a Proto-Uralic urheimat in northwestern Siberia or the northern Ural Mountains area.
What helped the preservation of the human remains there? As far as I recall, the few bog body finds in Sweden still come from the south of the country and are much younger than those on Denmark. The Russians want themselves neither reminded of the extent of past Finno-Ugric populations in Russia nor of the significant contributions from those populations to current Russians.
The Russians have their own, Slavic, national project to protect. To repeat a few points from it: It was not based on any evidence and no evidence have been found. At least few traces or anomalies would remain in some of the extant languages of our neighbourhood.
Raimo Kangasniemi To recover more briefly part of that lost post. Those gaps have been removed. The supposed migration of Finns to Finland receded ever farther into the past and finally had no place to where to seek refuge.
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