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Reconstruction of migration Zauralye breeders in Europe and Africa

according to archeology, linguistics, and DNA-Genealogy and Historical Ecology
(Single origin and spread of the KKK and R1b in Europe 3 millennium BC)
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GARSHIN Igor K., business analyst, the Caspian Pipeline Consortium, Russia, Novorossiisk. E-mail: garchine@mail.ru.

Keywords: Y-DNA R1b haplo-group, Bell Beaker Culture, BBC expansion, horse breeding origin, West-European megaliths, ancient ecological crises, rhythmology.


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1. Abstracts

This paper compares the expansion of archaeological Bell Beaker Culture (BBC, 5th millennium BC) and the migration of Y-chromosome R1b population in Western Europe (V–III thousand years BC. and earlier), taking into account other related phenomena: the appearance of horse breeding (6th millennium BC), distribution of megalithic tradition (V–II thousand years BC), the divergence of the Dene-Caucasian proto-language (IX–IV thousand years BC). This correlation has satisfactory reliability.

Also we show reveals some little-known sides of historical events, such as Garamants (one of the "Sea Peoples") crossing the Sahara to equatorial Africa in chariots after the "Late Bronze Age Collapse" (1206–1150 BC), referred to in epics "Trojan War". Then it explains the connection between these phenomena and the climate fluctuations in the Eurasian steppes and emerging environmental crises including the catastrophic nature (the eruption of Santorini volcano in the Aegean Sea).

2. Introduction

3. Subject

4. Comparison of propagation R1b, as well as other phenomena

5. Biological and cosmic factors of demographic processes

6. Conclusion

As a result of the conducted research it is established:

  1. The population of people with the Y-chromosomal haplogroup R1b and the precursor of the culture of the bell cups originated from one area in South Siberia.
  2. They were settled in common ways, but at different times (R1b was earlier for 2000 years).
  3. The territory of their distribution coincides with the zones of construction of megaliths.
  4. The path of divergence of the Dene-Caucasian peoples is on the same trajectory.
  5. Outbursts of migrations of the pastoral population are associated with periodic droughts.
  6. This periodicity is reflected in large (100 thousand years) and small (2 thousand years) fluctuations in the level of the Caspian Sea, depending on the global rhythms of moisture.
  7. The reason for these fluctuations in moisture is the astronomical rhythms.

Based on this, it can be assumed that the population R1b, having originated in South Siberia, migrated to the Volga region, then passed through the Caucasus to Front Asia, and through North Africa to the Pyrenees (about 4500 BC), settling in Western Europe. They were builders of the megaliths, the tradition of which was adopted in the Middle East or brought from the Urals. Later horse breeding spread in Europe on this path. This baton was passed from the Trans-Ural cultures to the Volga cultures, then to the Kurgan Indo-European ones. This was the origin of the BBC, probably on the Lower Danube, from where it spread to the islands of the Western Mediterranean, the Pyrenees, along the Eastern Atlantic coast and archipelagoes, and then in Central Europe. A part of the BBC tribes left the "Avar path" up the Danube, where they then met the first wave from the Pyrenees.

Migration impulses arose on the continent during periods of droughts and "pushed" through the same paths the next populations, under the pressure of which previously departed tribes were again removed from their seats. Therefore, the appearance, disappearance and beginning of the movement of archaeological cultures correlate with sharp climatic changes, which is well documented by fluctuations in the levels of inland water bodies. Since variations in climate (under the influence of periodic cosmic factors) occur rhythmically, the migrations also occur periodically, and often spread already traversed paths. Therefore, we can see their recurrence from the millennium to the millennium, as the examined population migrations of the Y-chromosome haplogroup R1b, megalithic cultures and the culture of the bell cups.

During this exploration it was also revealed the correlation of minima in the rhythms of moistening and volcanic super-eruptions.

7. Literature

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  3. Hays J. D., J. Imbrie, and N. Shackleton Variation in the Earth’s orbit: Pacemaker of the ice ages // Science. – 1976. – V. 194. – P. 1121–1132.
  4. J. Jouzel, etc. Orbital and millennial Antarctic climate variability over the past 800,000 years // Science. 2007. V. 317. P. 793-796.

8. Additions

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