Re-theorising mobility and the formation of culture and language among the Corded Ware Culture in Europe
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Kristian Kristiansen, Morten Erik Allentoft, Karin Margarita Frei, Rune Iversen, Niels Nørkjær Johannsen, Guus Kroonen, Lukasz Pospieszny, T. Douglas Price, Simon Rasmussen, Karl-Göran Sjögren, Martin Sikora, Eske Willerslev
adoption of new words for those crops. The result of this hybridisation process was the formation of a new material culture, the Corded Ware Culture, and of a new dialect, Proto-Germanic. Despite a degree of hostility between expanding Corded Ware groups and indigenous Neolithic groups, stable isotope data suggest that exogamy provided a mechanism facilitating their integration.
|Publication status||Published - Apr 2017|
- Faculty of Humanities - Corded Ware culture, Indo-European, Migration, 3rd millennium BC, aDNA, Mobility, Neolithic