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Catacomb culture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Catacomb culture (ca. 2800–2200 BC) is a group of related cultures in the early Bronze Age occupying essentially what is present-day Ukraine.

Yamna culture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Yamna culture is identified with the late Proto-Indo-Europeans, ... In its western range, it is succeeded by the Catacomb culture; in the east, ...

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History and genetics of the Catacomb culture - Eupedia

Distribution map and analysis of ancient mitochondrial DNA and Y-chromosomal DNA samples from the Catacomb culture.

Catacomb Culture | Article about Catacomb Culture by The ...

Catacomb Culture an archaeological culture of the early Bronze Age widespread in the first half and third quarter of the second millennium B.C. in the area north of ...

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Encyclopædia Britannica Online, s. v. "Catacomb culture", accessed January 17, 2016,

Catacomb Culture | BEYONDbones

Wagon burials continued in the Catacomb region for exceptional people. In the Ingul valley, west of the Dnieper, as well as in the steppes north of the ...

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