Post all things Neolithic.
I'll start with Burial Cultures from Germany and Egypt that perform the same rituals, and also have similar Beakers.
The Egyptian burial was found at Gebel Ramlah.
The German burial was found at Saxony-Anhalt.
Haven't got that much neolithic stuff
Early germanic bronze age weapon.
pic related started appearing all over Ireland from about 4000 BC.
They are like the Pyramids of Egypt in that they buried the dead inside and are also the most elaborate buildings of the period.
> Lol nope, they had wooden weapons in northern germany when Greece was all bronze age n shit.
Okay, I was bit confused there
What they look like now, Carrowkeel in County Sligo.
>they had wooden weapons in northern germany when Greece was all bronze age n shit.
From about 2500 BC in Ireland, they had Bronze Age weapons and jewelry.
pic related is from around 2000BC
Domus de Janas (Neolithic necropolis) in Sardinia
I believe the Culture spread from the Middle East.
The closer it settled to the Middle East the more evolved it was. Hence we have a progression or curve in technology spreading from East to West.
This is not contextualized at all. The Chadic Rb1 genes are extremely divergent and come from a back crossing older than the Neolithic era.
Even then the use of African crops extends outside of the Mediterranean climatic zone any would be middle eastern farmer would have migrated to.
To assume a barley farmer went to Africa, lost their crops, domesticated another completely different set of grasses and then spread out in such a way to conquer everyone else around lake chad isn't likely at all.
What? absolutely no, it has some similarities with some iberian cultures and the settlers probably came from there and continental Europe in general.
> This is not contextualized at all. The Chadic Rb1 genes are extremely divergent and come from a back crossing older than the Neolithic era.
Nope, Neolithic starts about 10000BC
I only know that the pottery was influenced by Crete and the cyclades, as well as the art, see pic related.
Can't help but post pic related, kek, from 25,000 years ago.