Kossinna's smile

@article{Heyd2017KossinnasS,
  title={Kossinna's smile},
  author={Volker M Heyd},
  journal={Antiquity},
  year={2017},
  volume={91},
  pages={348 - 359}
}
Abstract Two recent palaeogenetic studies have identified a movement of Yamnaya peoples from the Eurasian steppe to Central Europe in the third millennium BC. Their findings are reminiscent of Gustaf Kossinna's equation of ethnic identification with archaeological culture. Rather than a single genetic transmission from Yamnaya to the Central European Corded Ware Culture, there is considerable evidence for centuries of connections and interactions across the continent, as far as Iberia. The… Expand
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