- For more than a millennium, the state that we call now inaccurately the Byzantine Empire, was named "Romania"
- Istoria nestiuta a getilor si genomul european
- I2/Ro – o continuitate lingvistica unica in istoria omenirii
- Restart of Europe after Last Ice Age-I Haplogroup 25 kyr continuity-The ‘Latin’ (Indo) Europeans-Igor M. D’iakonov – Colin Renfrew-Kalevi Wiik-Gray&Atkinson
- Peștera Coliboaia – Cele mai vechi picturi rupestre din Europe
- Ethnogenesis *3. I2-Urnfield. I-Italic tribes. 536 depopulation.
- Eupedia / Maciamo : Y-DNA haplogroups of ancient civilizations
- Maps of Neolithic Cultures–The Romanian Etnogenesis-‘Latin’ languages have I origin.
- History of Aryans – encyclopediaindica.com – Swastika
- Codexul Rohonczi
- Maria Gimbutas, Civilizaţie şi cultură, Ed. Meridiane, Buc., 1989
- I2a-Vinca&Cucuteni-9000bc, I1-Scandinavia-3000bc, J2-Greeks
Category Archives: OldEurope
For more than a millennium, the state that we call now inaccurately the Byzantine Empire, was named "Romania"
The people who lived in the “Byzantine Empire” never knew nor used the word “Byzantine.” They knew themselves to be Romans, nothing more and absolutely nothing less. By transferring the Imperial capital from Rome on the Tiber to the New … Continue reading
http://www.eupedia.com/europe/origins_haplogroups_europe.shtml In urma cu 7-8000 de ani (5-6k BC) cam toata Europa era ‘albastra’ adica populata doar de I2: Europa la nord de Alpi-Cultura Tardenoisian-I,I2,I2b; Italia si Dalmatia-Printed Cardium Pottery-I,I2,I2a. G2a vine din Vestul Marii Negre si se infiltreaza prin … Continue reading
Restart of Europe after Last Ice Age-I Haplogroup 25 kyr continuity-The ‘Latin’ (Indo) Europeans-Igor M. D’iakonov – Colin Renfrew-Kalevi Wiik-Gray&Atkinson
=> 30,000 years ago (in the Middle East); E1b1b => 26,000 years ago (in southern Africa); I => 25,000 years ago (in the Balkans); R1a1 => 21,000 years ago (in southern Russia); R1b => 20,000 yrs ago (around the Caspian … Continue reading
worldlingo.com/enwiki/Haplogroup_I2 Until 2008, Haplogroup I2 was formerly known as Haplogroup I1b. I2b*Haplogroup I2b* was found in the skeletal remains of Lichtenstein Cave, a Bronze Age archeological site in central Germany associated with artifacts of the Urnfield culture . Of the … Continue reading
http://www.eupedia.com/forum/showthread.php?t=25163 The ancient Egyptians: Based on the modern population of Egypt, and removing the foreign elements, it is reasonable to assume that the ancient Egyptians belonged primarily to haplogroups E1b1b and T. Nowadays about half of the Egyptian paternal lines … Continue reading
http://www.eupedia.com/europe/origins_haplogroups_europe.shtml J => 30,000 years ago (in the Middle East) E1b1b => 26,000 years ago (in southern Africa) I => 25,000 years ago (in the Balkans) R1a1 => 21,000 years ago (in southern Russia) R1b => 20,000 yrs ago (around … Continue reading
Indus Valley Conference Perhaps the most intriguing characteristic of the Indus Valley civilization is its lack of evidence of war, conflict or even invasion, which destroys the “invasion theory” of the Aryan peoples often promoted as “migration” theory. “I don’t believe … Continue reading
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haplogroup_I_(Y-DNA) Y-DNA Haplogroup I is predominantly a European haplogroup today. It represents nearly one-fifth of the population of Europe. It can be found in the majority of present-day European populations. Haplogroup I Y-chromosomes have also been found among some populations … Continue reading
Th first Great Civilizations of Europe: Cucuteni–Trypillia 5000–3000 BC + Vinca 6-3millennium BC = I2a in Haplogroup I
imagoromae.com/cucuteni_EN.ashx Until 31 OCTOBER 2008 : As a world premiere, in Rome, at the Palazzo della Cancelleria, there takes place the exhibition presenting the magnificent ancient civilization of Cucuteni – Trypillia. This exceptional event became possible due to the collaboration between … Continue reading
eupedia.com/europe/european_y-dna_haplogroups Distribution of European Y-chromosome DNA (Y-DNA) haplogroups by region in percentage cakravartin.com/archives/interview-with-michelangelo-naddeo The following interview is posted courtesy of Michelangelo Naddeo. His website can be visited at http://www.michelangelo.cn A link to this interview as it appeared in the Hungarian paper Magyar … Continue reading