Prehistory Atlas: Maps of Cultures, Peoples, and Languages

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    • #27628
      Carlos Quiles
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      Announcements of changes to the maps of cultures, peoples, and languages forming part of the Prehistory Atlas:

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      • This topic was modified 8 months, 3 weeks ago by Carlos Quiles.
    • #27940
      Carlos Quiles
      Keymaster

      I have updated the Late Trypillian groups in the Early Chalcolithic map, using Diachenko & Harper (2016) and (not so much) Videiko (2011). I hope future papers on population genomics give a more precise chronology:

      Diachenko-harper-late-trypillian-chronology

      Proposed synchronizations and durations of local groups of the Late Tripolye culture. Colors indicate typo-chronological assignment: yellow – Tripolye BII; light green – Tripolye CI; dark green – Tripolye CI-II; blue – Tripolye CII. From Diachenko & Harper (2016).

      Diachenko-harper-late-trypillian-groups

      The general distribution of Late Tripolye local groups and relevant sites with 14C dating. From Diachenko & Harper (2016).

    • #27941
      Carlos Quiles
      Keymaster

      I have updated the cultural groups of Anatolia and the Middle East from the Early Bronze Age until the Late Bronze Age, corresponding to the following maps:

    • #30281
      Carlos Quiles
      Keymaster

      Updated some culture groups as reported in the recent papers on France:

    • #31685
      Carlos Quiles
      Keymaster

      Updated the whole Prehistory Atlas to fit all files with the same size, as a user suggested some months ago.

      The previous Late Eneolithic and Early Chalcolithic maps have been finally split into three, including now a Final Eneolithic period.

      This way, a (roughly) three-part distinction can be made between (1) Late Trypillia vs. Early Yamnaya, (2) Corded Ware vs. Yamnaya settlers, and (3) Late/Epi-Corded Ware vs. Bell Beaker expansion.

      Also slightly updated are maps of Late Bronze Age, Antiquity, and Middle Ages.

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